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BROWNINGIANA 

IN 

BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

COMPILED  BY 
AURELIA  E.  BROOKS 


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DEDICATION 
TO  MRS.  A.  J.  ARMSTRONG 

LOVER  OF  BROWNING 

FRIEND  AND  INSPIRATION 

TO 

EVERY  STUDENT  OF  LITERATURE  IN  BAYLOR 


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THE  PORTRAIT  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 
by  his  son,  Robert  Barrett  Browning 


FOREWORD 

For  several  years  past  thai  section  of  the  Baylor  University  Library  de- 
voted to  the  works  of  and  concerning  Robert  Browning  has  been  growing 
rapidly  under  the  direction  of  Dr.  A.  J.  Armstrong.  Just  as  rapidly  grew  the 
need  for  a  full  and  complete  bibliography  of  these  works.  Seeing  the  need, 
I  undertook  the  making  of  this  bibliography  as  the  thesis  for  my  A.  B.  degree. 

I  have  found  the  work  interesting,  although  it  has  been  long  and  tedious, 
and  I  have  received  from  it  a  greater  realization  of  the  far-reaching  results  of 
Browning's  writing.  I  hope  that  the  students  who  come  to  the  study  of 
BrcAvning  may  be  helped  by  this  bibliography,  and  that  it  will  be  revised  and 
additions  made  as  the  library  grows. 

1  wish  to  express  my  appreciation  for  the  assistance  rendered  in  this  work 
by  many  fellow  students.  But  to  Dr.  Armstrong  am  I  most  greatly  indebted 
— to  Dr.  Armstrong  who,  because  of  years  of  tireless  study  of  this  great 
master,  is  able  to  instil  in  the  hearts  of  those  who  come  to  learn,  a  new 
philosophy  of  life,  a  doctrine  of  optimism  and  love,  and  an  undying  reverence 
for  music,  for  art,  for  nature,  and  for  God. 

AURELIA  E.  BROOKS 
Columbia  University, 
March  2,  1921. 


BAYLOR  BROWNINGIANA 

The  Baylor  collection  of  Browning  material  is  probably  the  most  exten- 
sive in  America  containing  as  it  does  one  of  the  largest  number  of  different 
books  and  magazines  dealing  with  Browning  yet  collected.  Prominent  in  the 
library  portion  are  the  almost  complete  set  collection  of  first  editions,  books, 
drawings  and  papers  from  Browning's  own  library.  But  of  equal  importance 
are  the  Browning  portrait  painted  by  the  artist  son  of  the  poets,  Harriet  Hos- 
mer's  original  caste  of  the  Clasped  Hands,  presented  to  Baylor  University  by 
Miss  Lilian  Whiting  of  Boston,  and  the  large  collection  of  personal  letters 
secured  when  the  poet's  effects  were  sold. 

Baylor's  Browningiana  is  the  outgrowth  of  the  private  library  of  Dr. 
A.  J.  Armstrong,  head  of  the  English  Department,  who  during  many  years 
collected  works  concerning  Browning.  The  English  Department  has  added 
to  the  collection  until  it  has  reached  its  present  constituency. 

Among  the  interesting  books  is  Browning's  copy  of  Aeschylus,  which  is 
thought  to  have  been  the  volume  used  in  making  his  translation  of  the 
Agamemnon.  The  book  is  autographed  and  contains  many  marginal  glosses 
in  the  poet's  handwriting.  Browning's  copy  of  Anna  Swanwick's  translation 
of  Aesch}^lm  with  illustrations  after  Flaxman,  and  Browning's  copy  of  Homer 
in  two  volumes  with  marginal  notes,  are  other  valuable  items. 

The  large  collection  of  letters  belonging  to  the  Browning  correspondence 
has  been  carefully  catalogued.  These  letters  concern  themselves  with  the 
social  side  of  the  poet  and  have  many  of  them  been  referred  to  in  various 
works  on  Browning. 

The  English  Department  has  collected  all  available  music  which  has 
been  written  for  poems  of  the  poets.  The  collection  will  be  found  catalogued 
under  the  caption  Music. 

A  word  should  probably  be  said  on  the  subject  of  cross-referencing.  It 
is  the  hope  of  the  compiler  that  this  Bibliography  may  be  really  useful  to 
students  studying  Browning.  With  that  in  view  many  titles  have  been  placed 
where  one  would  most  readily  expect  to  find  them.  There  have  been  tabu- 
lated almost  invariably  the  subject,  the  author,  the  actual  title,  and  the  prom- 
inent word  and  thought.  Articles  on  Mrs.  Browning  have  been  included, 
although  no  effort  has  been  made  to  make  such  a  bibliography  complete. 

Many  articles  referring  casually  to  Browning  have  been  included.  Per- 
haps the  scope  taken  is  too  great,  but  it  must  be  remembered  that  this  is  an 
undergraduate's  work  and  errors  in  judgment  and  in  other  ways  are  likely  to 
be  found. 

The  poem  by  Mr.  W.  G.  Kingsland,  of  which  a  plate  is  given,  has  an 
interesting  history.  WTien  Miss  Aleph  Tanner  was  making  her  collection  of 
poems  dedicated  to  Browning  she  found  mention  of  several  poems  by  Mr. 
Kingsland  but  could  locate  only  one  in  time  for  inclusion  in  her  book.     Mr. 


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Kingsland  was  appealed  to  and  furnished  several  poems,  but  one  he  could 
not  locate.  He  said  he  remembered  having  written  such  a  poem  but  he  could 
find  not  the  slightest  trace  of  it.  About  the  same  time  Dr.  Armstrong  hap- 
pened to  be  in  London  and  procured  the  large  collection  of  letters  just  men- 
tioned. Among  the  letters,  was  the  poem  sent  to  Mr.  Browning  by  Mr. 
Kingsland.    It  is  probably  the  only  copy  that  ever  existed. 

It  will  be  noted  throughout  the  Bibliography  that  a  number  of  poems 
exist  still  in  manuscript.  These  poems  will  be  published  later  as  a  supple- 
ment to  Miss  Tanner's  Homage  to  BroDfning.  See  caption  Homage  to  BroJ»n- 
ing:  Supplementary. 

Should  anyone  find  a  poem  not  included  in  this  Bibliography,  Dr.  Arm- 
strong would  be  very  grateful  for  any  information  concerning  it.  A  collection 
of  Browning  parodies  is  also  being  made,  although  it  is  hardly  yet  ready  for 
publication.     The  list  in  hand  is  tabulated  under  Parodies. 

The  portrait  of  Robert  Browning  by  his  son,  Robert  Wiedemann  Barrett 
Browning  was  secured  by  Dr.  Armstrong  and  was  presented  to  the  University 
by  the  Senior  Class  of  1919.  It  is  in  a  hand-carved  frame  of  much  beauty. 
The  picture  is  one  of  two  painted  by  the  artist,  the  other  portrait  being  among 
the  valued  possessions  of  Baliol  College,  Oxford. 

To  the  exceeding  generosity  of  Miss  Lilian  Whiting  it  is  due  that  Baylor 
University  possesses  one  of  the  three  original  castes  of  Harriet  Hosmer's 
Clasped  Hands.  Miss  Whiting  was  approached  with  a  financial  offer  but  she 
generously  gave  the  priceless  possession,  although  five  thousand  dollars  had 
been  refused  previously  for  this  prize.  The  presentation  of  the  Clasped 
Hands  to  the  University  was  one  of  the  features  of  the  Diamond  Jubilee  when 
with  Edwin  Markham  in  the  chair,  Vachel  Lindsay,  Harriet  Monroe  and 
Texas'  own  poet,  Judd  Mortimer  Lewis,  all  vied  to  render  homage  to  Robert 
Browning.  Miss  Whiting  also  gave  the  University  some  letters  of  Sarianna 
Browning,  a  number  of  her  own  books  and  a  silhouette  of  Robert  and  Eliza- 
beth Browning  made  by  the  son. 

Splendid  as  is  the  collection  already  chronicled,  it  is  hoped  it  is  only  a 
beginning  and  that  in  years  to  come  Baylor  University  may  become  known 
as  the  Mecca  of  Browning  material  and  thought.  With  that  ideal,  the  De- 
partment of  English  openly  requests  gifts  of  any  kind — small  or  great — that 
will  in  any  way  increase  the  completeness  of  its  Browningiana. 

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ABBE  VOGLER.  AN  ACCOUNT  pF 

From  Fetis  and  Nisard.  By  Miss  Eleanor  Marx.  London  Browning 

Society  Papers  3 : 339-343     821.88  Dbs. 
ABBOT.  ALLAN 

A  High  School  Course  in  Drama.  English  Journal  2:95:Feb.  1913. 
ABBOTT.  HELEN  C.  De  SILVER 

See  under  Michael  547    M  582. 
ABBOTT.  LYMAN 

Love  Letters  of  Two  Poets.  Outlook  62:485-490. 
ABBOTT.  MARY  WINCHESTER 

Bror»ning  and  Meredith,  Some  Points  of  Similarity.     (Poet-Loro 

Company,  Boston.  1904)  821  :88  Dap. 

Same  (Typew  f ittea)   821.88  Dam. 
ABERDEEN  STUDENT  OF  TODAY,  AN 

By  Isabella  F.  Mayo.  Eclectic  Magazine  122:234-241 :  Feb.  1894. 
ABOUT  PEOPLE  (Browning's  Son) 

By  Editor.  Outlook  50:325: Aug.  25,  1894. 
ABT  VOGLER 

Browning  Study  Programmes.   A  Croup  of  Music  Poems — A  Toc- 
cata of  Caluppi's,  Master  Huguts  of  Saxe-Cotha,  Abt  Vogler.    By 

Charlotte  Porter  and  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  10:2:288-293. 

By  Mrs.  Turnbull.    London  Browning  Society   Papers  4:469-476 

821.88  Dbs. 

Same.  Berdoe  Browning  Studies  143-150     821.88  Ulbs. 

Same.  London  Browning  Society  Papers  4:469-476. 

Query  and  Ansrver.    By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  2:1 :28-29. 

(Translated  into  Greek.)    Translations  into  Gree^  and  Latin  Verse. 

By  R.  C.  Jebb  2- 1 5    808.8  J44tc. 

See  Littell's  Living  Age  131 :514. 
ABT  VOGLER  AND  ANDREA  DEL  SARTO 

By  Helen  J.  Ormerod.   Berdoe  Broivning  Studies  151-165     621.88 

Ulbs. 

Same.  London  Browning  Society  Papers  11:297-311. 
ABT  VOGLER.  THE  MAN 

By  Mrs.   Turnbull.     Berdoe  Browning  Studies  267-282     821.88 

Ulbs. 

Same.  London  Browning  Society  Papers  10:221-236     821.88  Dbs. 
ACADEMY 

An  Apology — on  Reading  the  Browning  Love  Letters.    By  Elsie 

Higginbotham.    Littell's  Living  Age  222:792. 

Balaustions   Adventure.    (Smith,   Elder   and   Co.)    London.     Re- 
viewed under  General  Literature.    By  G.  A.   Simcox.   409-410: 

Sept.  1.  1871     821.88  Dacad. 

Robert  Browning,  a  poem.    By  Mary  A.  Woods.    Littell's  Living 

Age  231-528. 

The  Ethics  of  Parody.    Littell's  Living  Age  238:125-127. 

In  Memoriam,  Robert  Browning.    By   Michael   Field.    920:405: 

Dec.  21,  1889    821.88  Xman. 

A  Literary  Man.    By  Harriet  Jay.    Littell's  Living  Age  237:378- 

381. 

Obituary,  Robert  Browning.    By  J.  T.  Nettleship.    920:405-406: 

Dec.  21.  1889     821.88  Xman. 

Qn  Learning  by  Heart.   Littell's  Living  Age  271 : 505-506, 


BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 


A.  C  R. 


Some  Child-Critics  of  Browning. 
214:127-128. 


By  W.  W.  Littell's  Living  Age 


Browning's  Atiitude  with  Regard  to  Art.    The  Primitive  Methodist 

Quarterly  Review  and  Christian  Ambassador  467-481  :July   1890 

821.88  Lba. 
ADAMSON,  R.  M. 

Browning  on  Art.   The  Scottish  Art  Review  2:15:85-87. 
ADCOCK.  A.  ST.  JOHN 

Poetr^)  of  War  (Bookman).    Littell's  Living  Age  283:398-407. 
ADDRESS  DELIVERED  AT  THE  CONVERSAZIONE  HELD  AT 

THE  LONDON  HOSPITAL,  AN 

October   2,    1882.    By   Jonathan   Hutchinson.     Printed   by  J.   E. 

Adlard,  Bartholomew  Close,  London,   1882. 
ADDRESS  TO  THE  BROWNING  SOCIETY,  INTRODUCTORY 

By  Rev.  J.  Kirkman.  (Oct.  28,  1881,  at  University  College,  Lon- 
don.   Printed  separately.)    821.88  Eak. 

Same.  Berdoe's  Browning  Studies  1-20     821.88  Vlbs. 

Same.  London  Browning  Society  Papers  2:171-190     821.88  Dbs. 
ADDRESSES  ON  BROWNING 

By  D.  G.  Brinlon.   Poet  Lore  2:1 :40-43. 

By  Professor  H.  N.  Hoxie.    Poet  Lore  2:1  :43-47. 
ADVENTURE  AND  HEROISM,  POEMS  OF 

Browning  Stud^  Programmes.    By  Charlotte  Porter  and  Helen  A. 

Clarke.    Poet  Lore  1 1 :2  &  3:289-293;  403-418. 
ADVENTURES  AMONG  BOOKS 

By  Andrew  Lang.    Scribner's  Magazine   10:337-344:Sept.   1891; 

10:651 -656:Nov.  1891. 
ADVICE  OF  A  FATHER  TO  A  DAUGHTER  ON  ENTERING 

COLLEGE 

By  Charles  F.  Thwing.    The   Independent   71  :473-477:Aug.   31, 

1911. 
ADVICE  TO  YOUNG  AUTHORS 

By  Edgar  Fawcett.   Literary  Digest  13:202-203: June  13.  1896. 
A.  E.  THE  NEO-CELTIC  MYSTIC 

By  Julia  Ellsworth  Ford.    Poet  Lore  16:4:85. 
AESCHYLUS,  THE  DRAMAS  OF 

By  Anna  Swanwick.   852  A  353de8. 

With    thirty-three    illustrations    from    Flaxman's    designs.     Robert 

Browning's  own  copy. 
AESCHYLUS'  SOLILOQUY 

Cornhlll  Magazine,  November  1913,  209  New  Series  (647),  577- 

581     821.88  Hoes. 
AESCHYLUS,  SOLILOQUY  OF 

Current  Opinion  56:55: Jan.  1914. 
AESCHYLUS.  THE  SOLILOQUY  OF 

By  Robert  Browning.   A  program  given  by  Sivori  Levey,  Six  Sat- 
urday Afternoons,  November  1st  to  December  6th,  1913. 
AESCHYLUS,  TRAGEDIES  OF 

Re-edited  with  an  English  Commentary.   By  F.  A.  Paley.    (Robert 

Browning's  copy  with  his  autograph  and  marginal  notes  in  his  hand- 
writing.  Thought  to  be  the  copy  used  in  his  translation  of  Agamem- 
non.)   882  A  253tp. 
AESTHETICS— FRENCH 

By   Edward    Dowden.     Contemporary    Review    1 :279-31 1  :March 

1866. 

Same.  Contemporary  Review  99: 5 -8:  Literary  Supplement  41. 


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BROWNINGIANA  3 

AFFECTATION 

(Sat.  R.)   Littell's  Living  Age  129:248-251. 
AFTER  BROWNING  (M};  Last  Duchess  Parodied; 

Anonymous. 

A  Parody  Anthology.    By  Carolyn  Wells.  194     821.08  W453pa. 
AFTERNOON  CALL.  AN 

(Temp.  Bar.)    Littell'.  Livini?  Age  203:208-215. 
AFTERNOON  LECTURES  ON  ENGLISH  LITERATURE.  THE 

By  a  group  of  scholars.    (Five  volumes,  the  title  in  the  last  four 

being  Lectures  on  i^tieraiure   and  Art)    Mr.    Tennyson   and  Mr. 

Browning.    5:139-179. 

By  Edward  Dowden.    820.4  L  471   a. 
AGAMEMNON 

Century  25:468-470: Jan.  1883. 

Editorial.      Contemporary    Review    2:445: June    1866. 
AGAMEMNON.  LA  SAISIAZ,  AND  DRAMATIC  IDYLS 

Literary  World  419  December  2.  1882. 

The  Riverside  Press,  Cambridge  821.88. 

Houghton.  Mifflin  Company.  Boston.  1883. 
AGAMEMNON  OF  AESCHYLUS.  THE 

Athenaeum  2609:525-527:October  27.   1877. 

Reviewed  by  Henry  Morley.    Nineteenth  Century  3:384-385:Feb 

1878. 

Transcribed  by  Robert  Browning,  London.    Smith,  Elder  &  Co., 

15    Waterloo    Place    1877.     (All    rights    reserved).    First    edition. 

821.88  Hag  1. 
AGONY  OF  THE  VICTORIAN  AGE,  THE 

By  Edmund  Gosse.    Edinburgh  Review  228:276-296:Ocl.  1918. 
AH.  LOVE.  BUT  A  DAY 

See  Music. 
AHLBORN.  IDA  A. 

The  Broivnings\   New  England  Magazine  5:13:Nov.  1886  (Type- 
written) . 
AID  TO  LIVING  FROM  BROWNING 

By    Mrs.    Mary    E.    Bagg.     Memorial   Meeting   of    the    Syracuse 

Browning  Club  14-20     821.88  Bsy. 
AIMS  OF  LITERARY  STUDY.  THE 

P.  A.  C.  Poet  Lore  7:5:270-272. 
AINGER  ALFRED 

Browning  and  Arnold,  Athenaeum  3327: 158: August  1.  1891. 
AITKEN.  J.  BRUNTON.  AND  J.  S.  K.  MOSS 

Browning's  Estimates  of  the  Value  of  Effort.    Notes  to  the  Pocket 

Volume  of  Selections  from  the  Poems  of  Robert  Browning.    By 

Alex  Hill  37-40    821.88  Dhn. 
AKED,  CHARLES  FREDERICK 

Browning  as   The  Preacher's  Poet.    Literary  Digest  31  : 536-538: 

October  14,  1905. 
ALBION 

Notes   (under   Current  Topics)   on  Mesmerism.    47:1 1  :133:March 

13,  1869. 
ALBUM.  BROWNING 

In  a  catalogue  of  very  choice  Books.  Manuscripts  and  Autograph 

letters.    1913:8-9     821.88. 
ALBUM.  THE  INN 

See  Inn  Album. 
ALCOTT.  WHITTIER.  AND  BROWNING.  RECOLLECTIONS  OF 

By  M.  S.  Porter.  B.  C.  81 :846r     B.  C.  81. 


4  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

ALDEN,  HENRY  MILLS 

Intellectual  Leadership  of  George  William  Curtis.    Literary  Digest 

28:44: January  9,  1904. 

The  TVcHJ  Fiction.    Literary  Digest  37:321  :September  5,  1908. 
ALDEN,  RAYMOND  MACDONALD 

Lyrical  Conceit  of  the  Elizabethans.    Studies  in  Philology  14:129- 

152:  April    1917. 
ALDEN,  WILLIAM  L. 

/.  Fenimore  Coopers  Ranl(  as  Novelist.    Literary  Digest  18:339: 

March  25,  1896. 
ALDINE 

The  Pied  Piper  of  Hamelin.    June  1871:4:6:90. 
ALDRICH.  THOMAS  BAILEY 

The   Greater    Victorian   Poets.    Robert   Browning   61-74;    123-26 

821.04  B  724. 
ALEXANDER,  ELMER  ROSS 

Bibliography  of  Browningiana  in  Baylor  Library  compiled  in  con- 
junction with  Sue  Moore.    821.88     xbbm. 
ALEXANDER,  W.  F. 

Milton.    Contemporary  Review  96:668-683: December  1909. 
ALEXANDER.  WILLIAM  JOHN 

An  Analysis  of  Sordello.    London  Browning  Society  Papers   12: 

1-25    821.88Db8. 

An  Introduction  to   the  Poetry   of  Robert  Browning.    Ginn  and 

Company  1889     821.88  Dai. 

Introduction   to   Poetry   of   Bron>ning,    Commentaries.     Poet   Lore 

1:11:533-534. 
ALFASSA,  PAUL  et  GILBERT  DE  VOISINS 

Monsieur  Sludge,  Le  Medium,  Translated  into  French.    La  Nou- 

velle  Revue  Francaise  91  :41 7-461    (New  Series)  April  1,  1921. 
ALKESTIS 

A  Study  of  Shakespeare's  Winter  Tale  Compared  mth  Alkestis  in 

Literature.    By  P.  A.  C.    Poet  Lore  4:10:516-521. 

Does  Browning's  Alkestis  Interpret  Euripides  Fairly?    By  Philip  S. 

Moxom.    Poet  Lore  8:7:425-432. 
ALKESTIS  OF  EURIPIDES  AND  OF  BROWNING.  THE 

By  C  A.  Wurtzburg.    Poet  Lore  2:7:345-360. 
ALLEN.  ANNIE  WINSOR 

Victorian  Hypocrisy.    Atlantic   Monthly   1 14:174-186:July    1914. 
ALLEN,  LOUISE 

Pippa  Passes.    (A  bronze  statue.)    Described  in  Dallas  Saturday 

Night  February  21,  1920. 
ALLEN.  WILLIAM  HARMAN  VAN 

Robert  Browning's  Birthday.    Emerson   College    Magazine  20:3: 

136:Jan.   1912. 
ALLIBONE'S  DICTIONARY  OF  AUTHORS 

Robert  Browning.  1 :267    R  820.3  A  436. 
ALL'S  RIGHT  WITH  THE  WORLD 

See  Music. 
ALL'S  WELL 

Being  optimistic  thoughts  from  the  writings  of  Robert  Browning. 

Selected  by  Graham  Hope.   London  and  New  York.  Howard  Wil- 

fordBell  1902.     821.88  Saw. 
ALMA  MURRAY 

See  Murray,  Alma. 
AMERICAN  AMATEUR  STAGE,  THE 

By  Charles  Carey  Waddle.    Cosmopolitan  Magazine   10:12:Nov. 

1890. 


BROWNINGIANA  5 

AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  LITERATURE  OF  THE  PAST 

TWO  DECADES 

By  Editor.   Literary  Digest  20:573-574: March  12,  1900. 
AMERICAN  APPRECIATION  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING,  ENG- 
LISH AND 

Poet  Lore  1:10:494. 
AMERICAN  HISTORICAL  REVIEW 

English  Poetr)f  and  English  History.    By  Goldwin  Smith.    10:28- 

40:Oct.  1904. 
AMERICAN  JOURNAL  OF  PHILOLOGY 

BroTsning's  Lapses.  By  W.  H.  Browne.  32:241 :482-485. 

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ANGELO.  MICHAEL.  THE  MOSES  OF 

By  Robert  Browning.    Yale  Review  4:l-2:Ocl.  1916. 
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AN 

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APOLLO  AND  MARSYAS  AND  OTHERS  POEMS 

By   Eugene  Lee  Hamilton.    Athenaeum  2981 : 764-766: December 

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APRIL  IN  ENGLAND 

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ARABESQUE  IN  ART.  BROWNING  AND  THE 

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A  Comparison  of  Poe  and  Rossetti.    Baylor  Literary  18:304-307: 

April   1910. 

ARCHBISHOP  TRENCH'S  POEMS 

By  Aubrey  De  Vere.    (19th  Cent.)    Littell's  Living  Age  178: 131- 
144. 

ARCHITECTURAL  RECORD 

Religion  of  Dron)ning'3  Poein.    By  Rev.  Savage.    Arena  9:273- 
286. 

ARENA,  THE 

AmcTican  Drama  Sociei)^.    By  Barret  H.  Clark.  3:179-193. 
The  Attitude  of  Southern   Women  on  the  Suffrage  Question.    By 
Annah  Robinson  Watson.  17:363-369: Feb.  1895. 
Bacchus,  One  of  the    World's  Great  Poems.    By   Chas.   Malloy. 
32:504-513  :Nov.  1904. 

Robert  Bror»nings  Message  to  the  Nineteenth  Centur\f.    By  Jamei 
T.  Bixby.    l:3:283-297:Feb.  1890. 

Brownings  Rabbi  Ben  Ezra.    By  B.  O.  Flower.   50:334-341  :Ocl. 
1908. 

Browning's  Saul  and  Caliban.    By  S.  S.   Curry.    40:47-51 : July 
1908. 

Browning's  Theory  of  Love.    By  Elmer  James  Bailey.    41:231: 
274-284:  March- June  1909. 

Prof.  S.  S.  Curry,  His  Work  for  Life  and  Art.   By  B.  O.  Flower. 
40:39-47:  July  1908. 

The  Eagle  Hearted  Poet  of  the  Nineteenth   Century.    By  B.  O. 
Flower.   39:72-78. 

Editorial.    By  William  Norman  Guthrie.    1  :222-243. 
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Kate  Field.    By  Lilian  Whiting.    16:919-923: Nov.  1896. 
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1905. 

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849: June  1898. 

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1904;  33:65-70: Jan.  1905. 

The  Poet  as  Philosopher.    By  B.  O.  Flower.    39:323-331  : March 
1908. 

The  Poet,  His  Mission  and  Message.    By  B.  O.  Flower.    38:166- 
169. 


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A  Pott  of  the  PeopL.  By  B.  O.  Flower.    7:607-61 9:  March  1893. 

The  Poetrxf  of  Poe.  By  Edwin  Markham.  32 : 1 70- 175 : Aug.  1904. 

The  Real  Significance  of  the  Parliament  of  Religions.    By  Max 

Muller.   2:3-14:Dec.  1894. 

The  Religion  of  Brorttning's  Pot.try.  By  Rev.  M.  J.  Savage.  9:273- 

285:Feb.  1894. 

Rem})   de   Courmonl.    By   Richard  Aldington.    6:167-183. 

A  Revised  Version  of  V emce.   t$y  Julia  S.  Vrooman.   AQ-.bll-b^d. 

Revolution  in  Religious  Thought  During  the  Nineteenth  Century. 

By  B.  O.  Flower.   26:598-61 1  :Dec.  1901. 

Whom  Cod  Hath  Joined.    By  Rev.  Mabel  Mac  Coy  Irwin.    30: 

186-189:Aug.  1903. 

To  Edrvard  Fitzgerald.    By  Browning.    l:3:326:Feb.  1890. 

Magazine  Articles:  To  Edward  Fitzgerald,  by  R.  Browning,  1  :3: 

326;  Italian  Freedom  and  the  Poets,  by  L.  W.  Smith,  41  :230:152- 

160:Feb.    1909;    Browning's   Theory  of  Love,  by  C.  J.    Bailey, 

41:231:274-284:March-June    1909     821.88   Xman. 
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Part  I   of  the  Annals  of  a  Quiet  Browning  Society.    Poet  Lore 

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ARISTOPHANES'  APOLOGY 

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Athenaeum  2477:51 4-51 4: April    17,    1875. 
ARISTOPHANES'  PHILOSOPHY  ACCORDING  TO  BROWNING 

By  Helen  Leah  Reed.    Poet  Lore  5:5:237-247. 
ARMFIELD,  MAXWELL 

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Colburn  Mayme.     821.88  Pmh. 
ARMITAGE,  ELLA  S. 

The   Poetry    of    Robert   Browning.     A    Paper    Read    Before    the 

Rotherham  Literary  and  Book  Society  May  12,  1890.    Printed  by 

request,  Frederick  Slack  Caxton  Office,  Rotherham.  1890.     821.88 

Darp. 
ARMS,  M.  W. 

A  Poet  of  Italy:  An  Appreciation  of  Ciosue  Carducci.    Poet  Lore 

16:2:75-76. 
ARMSTRONG.  A.  JOSEPH 

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ARMSTRONG,  MARGARET 

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821.88  Hypa. 

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ARMSTRONG,  M.  D. 

Recent  English  Poelr\f.    Fortnightly  Review  101  :499:March  1914. 
ARMSTRONG,  RICHARD  A. 

Failh  and  Doubt  in  the  Century's  Poets.   Robert  Browning  114-136 

808.1  a  837  fd. 
ARMYTAGE.  J.  C. 

Early  Portrait  and  Autograph  of  BroJ»ning.   Bookman  2:466:Feb. 

1896. 
ARNOLD  AND  BROWNING 

By  Alfred  Ainger.   Athenaeum  3327: 158: August  1,  1891. 
ARNOLD.  MATTHEW 

By   Frederick   Harrison.    Nineteenth   Century   39:433-447: March 

1896. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  209:362-367. 

By  Leslie  Stephen.    Eclectic  Magazine  122:300-313  :March  1894. 

By  Leslie  Stephen.    (Natn'l  R.)    Littell's  Living  Age  200:90-103. 

By  H.  D.  Traill.    (Contemp.  R.)    Littell's  Living  Age  178:88-96. 

Poems.    Athenaeum  301 7:229-230: Aug.  22,    1885. 
ARNOLD,  MATTHEW.  AS  A  POET 

By  H.  W.  Peck.  Arena  33:155-161  :Jan.  1905. 

By  Harriet  Waters  Preston.    Atlantic  Monthly  53:641 -650:  May 

1884. 
ARNOLD,  MATTHEW.  AS  A  POPULAR  POET 

By  Wm.  A.  Sibbald.    (Mac  M.)    Littell's  Living  Age  241 :83-98. 
ARNOLD.  MATTHEW.  POEMS  OF 

By  Henry  G.  Hewlett.    Contemporary  Review  24: 559-567  rSept. 

1874. 
ARNOLD.  MATTHEW.  RELATION  TO 

By  A.  Orr.  Athenaeum  3326:129:July  25.  1891. 
ARNOLD.  MATTHEW.  THE  CULT 

By  Edith  J.  Rich.    Dial  37:200:October  1,  1904. 
ARNOLD  SALE,  First  Edition  of  Browning 

Poet  Lore  13:2:315. 
ARNOLD'S  HOLD  ON  IMMORTALITY 

Literary  Digest  36: 730:  May  16,  1908. 
ARNOLD'S  POETRY,  ETHICAL  TENDENCY  OF  MATTHEW 

By    Thomas    Bradfield.     Eclectic    Magazine    124:310-319:March 

1895. 
ART 

Robert  BroT^ning  in  His  Relation  to  the  Art  of  Painting.    Read  at 

the  twenty-eighth  meeting  of  the  Browning  Society  of  Boston.    By 

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Browning  Study  Programme:  A  Croup  of  Art  Poems,  Old  Pic- 
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lotte Porter  and  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  8:8:586-592. 

BroJi}ning's  Attitude  With  Regard  to  Art.   By  A.  C.  R.   Primitive 

Methodist  Quarterly  Review  and  Christian  Ambassador  467-481  : 

July  1890    821.68  Lba. 

See  under  Fotheringham. 

See  under  Howard  S.  Pearson. 
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By  Herbert  Paul.    Eclectic  Magazine  138: 574-582: May  1902. 

ART  AND  LIFE 

By  Vernon  Lee.    Contemporary  Review  69:658-669  :May  1896. 


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ART  AND  POPULARITY 

E.  D.  W.  (Elizabeth  D.  West  Dowden.)    Homage  to  Browning, 

Aleph  Tanner  1 46.     82 1 .88  xhl. 
ART,  THE  BROWNINGS,  THEIR  ART  AND  THEIR  LIFE 

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2  copies. 
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ART  JOURNAL 

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By   Margaret   Fuller   Ossoli.     Bron>ning*3   Poems   207-221.    Miss 

BanetCs  Poems  198-206     814  084al. 
ART  MAGAZINE 

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ART  OF  AUTHORSHIP.  THE 

Methods:  Conscious  and  Unconscious.   By  George  Bainton.    58-59 

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ART  OF  COQUETRY,  THE 

By  Gertrude  Lynch.    Cosmopolitan  36:606: March   1904. 
ART  OF  PAINTING,  BROWNING  AND  THE 

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ART  POEMS,  BROWNING'S 

By  A.  H.  Smyth.    Poet  Lore  2:3:145-146. 

The  Stud}f  Class.    By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.    197-198     807 

M167. 
ART  REVIEW 

Robert  Broii>ning  (Poem).   By  William  Sharp.    1 :33-36:Feb.  1890 

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Mr.  IVilliam  Sharp's  Boo\  on  Bromning.    Under  Notes  and  Re- 

vieros  157-158.    By  Frederic  Wedmore. 

ART  SPIRIT  IN   BROWNING'S  FLIGHT  OF  THE  DUCHESS. 

THE 

By  Charlotte  Moore.    Poet  Lore  11:2:266-276. 
ART  STUDIES  IN  BROWNING'S  POEMS 

By  Roy  Harris.    From  McMaster's  University  Monthly  349-358: 

May  1918    821.88  Lmm. 

ART  STUDIES  IN  THE  FLIGHT  OF  THE  DUCHESS 
Poet  Lore  11:2:266. 

ARTIST,  BROWNING  AS  AN 

By    E.    H.    Merrett.     From   Memorial   Meeting    of   the    S]fracuse 
BroJifning  Club  24-5A    821.88  Bsy. 

ARTISTS  AND  CRAFTSMEN  OF  TODAY.  BROWNING'S  MES- 
SAGE TO 

By  George  Wharton  James.    Craftsman   149-151  :November    1903 
821.88. 

ART'S  DECLINE  AND  FALL 

Literary  Digest  41  :546:October  1.  1910. 

ASK  NOT  ONE  LEAST  WORD  OF  PRAISE 
See  Music. 


12  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

ASOLAN  COUNTRY.  IN  THE 

By  Eugene  Benson.    (New  R.)    Litteirs  Living  Age  211  :n5-121. 
Oct.  10,  1896. 

ASOLANDO.  EPILOGUE  TO 

Current  Literature  33: 197: Aug.  1902. 

ASOLANDO,  FANCIES  AND  FACTS 

London:   Smith,   Elder   &   Co.,    15   Waterloo    Place,    1890.    First 

edition     821.88   Ha    1. 

Fifth  edition  1890    821.88  Ha  5. 

Author's  Edition,   Boston   and   New   York,   Houghton,   Mi£Flin   & 

Co.,   The    Riverside    Press,    Cambridge,    1890.     Autographed    by 

Elisabeth  O.  Robbins  Dec.  28th,  1889     821.88  Hah. 

By  Josiah  Gilbert.    Athenaeum  3246:51  : January  11,  1890. 

Brownings    Last    Book.     Critic    12:307:Dec.    21,    1889     821.88 

Xman. 

More  Queries  Answered  On.    By  J.  F.  Kirk,  Jr.    Poet  Lore  3:2: 

159-162. 

Poet  Lore  12:4:619. 

Reviewed  by  Helen  Archibald  Clark.    Poet  Lore  2:2:94-100. 

Review.    Igdrasil  118:March  1890. 

Editorial  in  Harper's  Monthly  80:807: April   1890. 

Kaicho  On.    Summum  Bonum.    Translated  into  Japanese  by  Bin 

Uyeda  134-140    821.88  Xku. 

Reviewed.     Athenaeum  3247: 75: January  18,  1890,  and  December 

21,  1889. 

By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  2:2:94-100. 

Reviewed  in  Literary  World  21 :1  :3:January  4,   1890. 

Reviewed:  Book  Reviews,  Nassau  Literary  Magazine   (Princeton 

College)  496:  Feb.  1890. 

ASOLO 

A  Friend  of  Browning's.    By  Lilian  Whiting.    See  the  SpringBeld 

Sunday   Republican  Oct.  6,    1918. 

By  Lucy  S.  Conant.    Poet  Lore  18:2:245-258. 

By  Felix  Moscheles.   Scribner's  Magazine  10:3:359-367:September 

1891. 

By  Chas.  De  Kay.    Browning  in  Asolo;  Where  Venice  Asolatea. 

In  Clippings.  / 

See  Introduction  Leavens'  Pippa  Passes     821.88  Kla. 

From  ihe  Asolan  Hills,  a  continued  poem  containing  the  account  of 

the  principal  events  in  the  history  of  Asolo.    By  Eugene  Benson. 

821.88  B  474b. 

In  the  Asolan  Counir\)   (New  R.)    Littell's  Living  Age  211:115- 

121. 

Pall  Mall  Budget  1108:1624     821.7  Xpmb. 

Pilgrimage   to   Haunts  of  Browning.    By  Julia   Pauline  Leavens. 

821.88  Kla. 

See  Bronson. 

ASOLO  AND  ITS  NEIGHBORHOOD 

By  Linda  Villari.    (Murray's.)    Littell's  Living  Age  191:367-371. 

ASOLO,  BROWNING  AT 

A  Poem  of  Seven  Stanzas.  By  Robert  Underwood  Johnson.  Cen- 
tury Magazine  23  (New  Series),  45  (Old  Series),  47  (November 
1892). 

See  Schauffler's,  Through  Ital})  with  Poets,  for  Johnson's  Browning 
at  Asolo  and  other  Browning  Poems     808.1  S  313  t. 


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BROWNINGIANA  13 

ASOLO.  BROWNING  IN 

By  Katherine  Coleman  de  Kay  Bronson.  Century  59  (Old  Series). 

37  (New  Series).  920-931 : April  1900. 
ASPIRATION 

By  Alice  Harriman.    Homage   to   Brot»ning,  Aleph  Tanner    144 

821.88  Xht. 
AT  BROWNING'S  GRAVE 

By  Alfred   Forman.    Homage   to   Browning,   Aleph   Tanner    118 

821.88  Xht. 

By  H.  D.  Rawnsley.    Homage  lo  Broruning,  Aleph  Tanner   117 

821.88  Xht. 

AT  FANO 

By  Rennell   Rodd.    Homage   lo   Broivning,  Aleph   Tanner  85-86 

821.88  Xht. 
AT  KING'S  CHAPEL 

By  Mrs.  Annie  E.  Johnson.    Homage  lo  Brontning,  Aleph  Tanner 

133-134    821.88  Xht. 

AT  THE  SIGN  OF  THE  PLOUGH 

(Cornhill.)    Littell's  Living  Age  268:563. 

Questions  on  Bron>ning's   Worlds.    By  Owen  Seaman.    (Cornhill.) 

Littell's  Living  Age  269:54-55.  175. 

AT  THE  WINDOW 
See  Music. 

AT  29  DE  VERE  GARDENS 

By  F.  T.  Palgrave.    Homage  lo  Robert  Bror»ning,  Aleph  Tanner 

119-120    821.88  Xht. 

Same.  Athenaeum  3248:1 16:Jan.  25.   1890. 

AT  VESPER  TIME 

By  Ruth  Baldwin  Chenery.  Containing  Several  Poems  Dedicated 
to  Browning  48.  51.  52.  53     811  C518v. 

AT  WHAT  AGE  DO  LITERARY  MEN  DO  THEIR  BEST  WORK> 
By  Horatio  Winslow.    Lippincott's  Magazine  51 :276. 

ATALANTA 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.  English  Men  and  Women  of  Leiiera 
of  the  Nineteenth  Centur}).  By  Mrs.  Humphrey  Ward.  1  :708- 
712:Sept.   1888     821.88  Xman. 

ATHENAEUM 

Advertisements  Browning's  Works.   By  Bell  and  Stone.   4411:544: 

May   11,    1912. 

The  Agememnon  of  Aeschylus  2609:525-527:Oct.   1877. 

Apollo  and  Mars^as  and  other  Poems.   By  Eugene  Lee  Hamilton. 

2981  :764-766:December  13.   1884. 

Aristophanes'   Apolog}):  Including  a   Transcript  from  Euripides; 

being   the   last   Adventure   of  Balaustion   2477:513-514:April    17. 

1875. 

Asolando;  Fancies  and  Facts.  3247:75-78: Jan.  1890. 

Asolando.   By  Josiah  Gilbert.   3246:51  : Jan.  11.  1890. 

The  Authorship  of  Tales  from  Boccaccio  and  Florentine   Tale*. 

3328: 1 92- 193:  Aug.  1891. 

Balaustion  s   Adventure:   including  a    Transcript   from  Euripides. 

2285: 199-200:  Aug.  12.  1871. 

A  Bibliography  of  the  Writings  of  Robert  Broivning.    By  Thomas 

J.  Wise.    3485:193-194:Aug.  2.   1894;  3487:256-257: Aug.  25. 

1894;  3492:422:Sept.  29.  1894;  3496: 569-570 :Oct.  27.  1894; 


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BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 


3594:354:Sept.   12.  1896;   3596:418-420:Sept.  26.  1896;   3600: 

564-566:Oct.  24,  1896;  3605: 758-759 :Nov.  28.  1896. 

Same.  Reviewed    1 :3610:17-18:Jan.   2,    1897. 

A  Blot  in  the  'Scutcheon  3 152:382:  March  24,  1888. 

Books  on  French  History  3742:95-96: July  15,  1899. 

Bro-D>ning   and   Arnold.     By   Alfred    Ainger.    3327: 158: Aug.    1, 

1891. 

Broji>ning  and  St.  Andren>s.    By  Thomas  Bayne.    3334:386-387: 

Sept.  19,  1891. 

BroTpning  as  a  Philosophical  and  Religious    Teacher.    By    Prof. 

Henry  Jones.   33 19:725-726: June  6,  1891. 

BroJifning  as  a  Poet  of  Music.    By  C.  A.  Harris.    4410:509-510: 

May  4.  1912;  4411:543:May  11.  1912. 

Robert  Browning.    By  C.  H.  Hereford.   4053: 14-1 5: July  1.  1905. 

Robert  BroTvning.   By  F.  G.  Kenyon.  4410:491  :May  4,  1912. 

Robert  Browning.    By  A.  Orr.    3248:1 17:Jan.  25,  1890. 

Mr.  Robert  Browning,  an  appreciation  called  forth  by  his  death. 

2:3243:858-860:Dec.  21,  1889. 

Sarianna  Browning.    1 :3940:564-565:May  2.  1903. 

Browningiana.   By  Edmund  Gosse  and  Alfred  Forman.  3607:838: 

Dec.  12,  1896. 

Mrs.  Browning.    By  John   H.   Ingram.    3145:146:Feb.  4,   1888; 

3191:850:Dec.  22.  1888. 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    By  Th.  T.    1840:153:1863. 

Mrs.  Browning's  Early  Poems:  The  Battle  of  Marathon.     3341: 

618.619:NW.  7.  1891. 

Mrs.  Brownings  Letters.  By  A.  Orr.  3669: 247 -248: Feb.  19,  1898. 

Elizabeth  Browning  in  Her  Letters.    4093:419: April  7,  19(>6. 

Mrs.  Browning's  Letters.   Littell's  Living  Age  215:739.743. 

Mrs.  Browning's  Life.    By  Robert  Browning   (letter).    3146:179: 

Feb.  1888. 

Mrs.  Browning's  New  Poem.    Eclectic  Magazine  23:41 5-41 9: July 

1851. 

Mrs.  Browning's  Parentage.    By  John  Robison.    3479:97: July  11, 

1894;  3486:223-224:Aug.  18,  1894. 

Mrs.  Browning's   Parentage.    By  John    Ingram.    3480:33: July   7, 

1894:  3484: 160: Aug.  1894;  3487:255: Aug.  25.  1894. 

Browning   C\fclopedia.     By   Edward   Berdoe.     Reviewed    1:3352: 

107- 108:  Jan.  13,  1892. 

A  Browning  Quer}).   By  Alfred  Forman.   3749: 332: Sept.  2,  1899. 

A  Channel  Passage  and  Other  Poems.  4015:475-476:Oct.  8.  1904. 

Christmas  Book  Pippa  Passes.  3706:647: Nov.  5,  1898. 

Christmas  Books.   3 1 87 :  703 :  Nov.  24,  1 888. 

Christmas  Eve  and  Easier  Day.   757:370-371 : April  6.  1850. 

The  Collected  Works  of  William  Morris.  4341  :5-6:Jan.  7.  1911. 

Colombe's  Birthday.   886:944-945:Oct.  19,  1844. 

Same.  3325: 107- 108: July  18,  1891. 

Colonibe's    Birthday.     (Talk    of    the    Mss.)    2:3488:298:Sept.    1, 

1894;  2:3490:363-364:Sept.  15,  1894. 

A  Complaint.    By  R.  Barrett  Browning.    3376:66:July  9.  1892. 

Dead  in  Venice,  a  Poem.    By  Arthur  Symons.    2:3243: 860: Dec. 

21,  1889. 

Detachment  of  Browning,  A  study  of  his  personality.    By  W.  M. 

1:3245:18-19:Jan.  4.  1890. 

Dramatic  Idyls.   2689: 593 -595:  May  10,  1879. 

^am*.   (Sec.  Series.)     2750:39-41  : July    10.   1880. 


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BROWNINGIANA  15 

Dramatic  Lyrics  and  the  Return  of  the  Druses.  757:385: April  22, 
1843. 

Dramatic  Romances  and  Lyrics.   951 :58-59:Jan.  1846. 
Dramatis  Personae   191 0:765-767: June  4,   1864. 
Edrvard   Fitzgerald,   Letters    and   Remains    of.     By    Wm.    Aldit 
Wright.  3220:55-57: July  13.  1889. 

English  and  Scottish  Popular  Ballads.  By  Francis  Child.  3230: 
377-379:SeDt.  21,  1889. 

Essays  and  Thoughts  of  Bror»ning.    By  Netlleship.   3256:373-374: 
Essa})s  and  Sketches.    4045: 557-559: May  6,  1905. 
March  22.  1890. 

An  Exposition  of  the  Laros  of  Marriage  and  Divorce  as  admin- 
tered  in  the  Courts  of  Divorce  and  Matrimonial  causes  Tt>ith  method 
of  Procedure  in  each  kind  of  Suit.  By  Ridgway.  2361:110-111: 
Jan.  25.  1873. 

Ferishtah's  Fancies.     2980:725-728:Dec.  6,   1884. 
Fine  Arts.   3348:869-870: Dec.  26,  1891. 
Foreign  Novels.   3508:80-81 : Jan.  19,  1895. 

Greater  English  Poets  of  the  Nineteenth  Centur\f.  By  Wm.  M. 
Payne.   4218:232:Aug.  29.  1908. 

The  Creek  Christian  Poets  and  the  English  Poets.  1848:425: 
March  28,  1863. 

A  Handbook  to  the  Work  of  Robert  Browning.  By  Mrs.  Suther- 
land Orr.  3022:396-397:Sept.  26,  1885. 

/  Chanced  upon  a  Neiv  Book  Yesterda]).  2:3220:64: July  13.  1889. 
In    Cap    and    CoJvn:    Three    Centuries    of    Cambridge    Wit.     By 
Charles  Whitley.    3239:702-703  :Nov.  23.  1889. 
The  Inn  Album.    2509: 70 1-702:  Nov.  27.  1875. 
Jocoseria,  reviewed  in.    1  :2891  :367-368: March  24,  1883. 
Juvenile  Books.   4070: 576-577  :Oct.  20.  1905. 
King  Victor  and  King  Charles.   757:376-378: April  30,  1842. 
La  Saisiaz:  Two  Poets  of  Croisic.    2639:661 -664: May  25,  1878. 
La  Vie  et  VOeuvre  de  Elizabeth  Browning.    By  Marie  Merlette. 
4046:585-586:May  13,  1905. 

Les  Sonnets  Portugais  tr.  By  Ferninand  Henry.  4042:457-458: 
April  15.  1905. 

Letters  of  E.  B.  Browning.  By  F.  G.  Kenyon.  3654:627-628: 
Nov.  6.  1897. 

Letters  of  James  Russell  Lowell.  By  Chas.  Eliot  Norton.  3444: 
581-584:Oct.  28.  1893. 

Letters  of  Perc^  B^sshe  Shelley.  With  an  Introductory  Essay. 
1769:214-215:Feb.  21.  1852. 

The  Letters  of  Robert  Browning  and  Elizabeth  Barrett,  1845-1846. 
3721:201 -202  :Feb.  18.  1899. 

Our  Library)  Table.  2356:809:Dec.  21.  1872;  2620:54:Jan.  12. 
1878;  3 157:532-533: April  28,  1888;  3190:812:Dec.  15,  1888; 
3254:305-306:March  8,  1890;  3256:370:March  22,  1890;  3324: 
60-61  :July  11.  1891;  3352:694-695 : May  28.  1892;  3498:641: 
Nov.  10.  1894;  3622:41 4-41 5 :Nov.  27.  1897;  3768:47: Jan.  13. 
1900;  3918:720-721  :Nov.  29.  1902;  By  Charles  Algernon  Swin- 
burne. 4014:443-444:Oct.  1,  1904;  4030:81 -83 :Jan.  21.  1905; 
4093:419-420: April  7.  1906;  4099: 606- 608: May  19.  1906;  4205: 
4093:419-420:April  7.  1906;  4090:606-608: May  19.  1906;  4205: 
668-669  :May  1908. 

Life  and  Letters  of  Robert  Browning.  By  Mrs.  Sutherland  Orr. 
3319:7Z5-726:June  6,  1891, 


16 


BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 


Life  of  BroTvning.    3253:604-605. 

Life  of  DroJDning.  By  G.  K.  Cheslerlon.  Reviewed  by  E.  K. 
Burlingame.    1 :3946:744-746:June  13.  1903. 

Same.  Reviewed  by  Mr.  Hall  Griffith.  1 : 3984: 306-308: March 
5.  1904. 

Life  of  Bron>mng.  By  Edward  Dowden.  Reviewed  in  1:3986: 
362-363:  March  1904. 

Literary  Gossip  2907:50-51  : July  14,  1883;  2945 :444-445 : April 
5.  1884:  3024:494-495:Oct.  10,  1885;  3091 :  130-1 31  :Jan.  22, 
1887;  3121 :245-246:Aug.  20. 1887;  3 133: 64 1-642: Nov.  12, 1887; 
3146:181-182:Feb.  11.  1888;  3147:214-215:Feb.  18.  1888;  3187: 
700-701  :Nov.  24.  1888;  3205:41 1-41 2 :Nov.  30,  1889;  3217:794: 
June  22,  1889;  3234:524-525:Oci.  19,  1889;  3242: 823 -824: Dec 
14.  1889;  3243:860-862:Dec.  21.  1889;  3244:897-898:Dec.  28. 
1889;  3246:50-51  :Jan.  11,  1890;  3247:86-87:  Jan.  18.  1890; 
3255:342-343:March  15.  1890;  3264:642-643: May  17.  1890; 
3267:739-740:June  7.  1890;  2171 :36-38:July  5.  1890;  3282:388- 
390:Sept.  20.  1890;  3285:484-486:Oct.  11.  1890;  3293:778-779: 
Dec.  6.  1890;  331 1:475-476: April  11.  1891;  3334:389-390:Sept. 
19.  1891;  3337:487-488:Oct.  10.  1891;  3338:51 9-520 :Oct.  17. 
1891 ;  3343:688-689:Nov.  21,  1891 ;  3352:278-279: Feb. 27, 1892; 
3352:566-567: April  30,  1892;  3433:229:Aug.  12.  1893;  3438: 
389-390:Sept.  16.  1893;  3446:665-670: Nov.  11.  1893;  3485:196- 
197:Aug.  11.  1894;  3488:290-291 : Sept.  1.  1894;  3583:846:Jan. 
27,  1896;  3608:875-876:Dec.  19,  1896;  3622:41 8-41 9 :Nov.  27. 
1897;  3634:81  l-812:June  19.  1897;  3650:491-492:Ocl.  9.  1897; 
3662:24-25: Jan.  1.  1898;  3704:572-573:Oct.  22,  1898;  3767:19: 
Jan.  6,  1900;  3791 :787-788: June  23.  1900;  3833:468-469: April 
13.  1901;  3874:1 17-1 18:Jan.  25.  1902;  3891 :661  :March  24. 
1902;  3901: 160- 161: Aug.  2.  1902;  3910:454-455:Oci.  4.  1902; 
3930:241-243:Feb.  21.  1903;  3943:659-660: May  23,  1903;  3957: 
291-292:Aug.  29.  1903;  3967:61 7-61 8 :Nov.  7.  1903;  4000:820- 
822:June  25,  1904;  4015:485-486:Oct.  8,  1904;  4087:234-235: 
Feb.  24.  1906;  41 19:408-41 0:Oct.  6,  1906;  4128:738-739:Dec. 
8,  1906;  4135:104-105:Jan.  28.  1907;  4204:476-477:May  9. 
1908;  4411:536:May  11,  1912. 

Liferarp  Remains  of  C.  5.  Calved^.    By  Walter  J.  Sendall. 
Verses  and  Fl^  Leaves  by  C.  S.  Calverly.    3026:532-534  :Oct.  24, 
1885. 

Lost  Poems.    1796:421 -422: March  29,   1862. 
Men  and  Women.    1464: 1327- 1328: Nov.  17,  1855. 
miliam  Morris.   4423:109-1 10: Aug.  3,  1912. 

Mr.  William  Morris.  By  Thee.  Watts  Dunton.  3598:486-488: 
Oct.  10,  1896. 

The  Neii>  Volumes  of  the  Encyclopedia  Britannica.  3903:211- 
213:  Aug.  16,  1902. 

Notes  from  a  Diar\f.  By  M.  E.  Grant  Duff.  3674: 398-399: March 
26,  1898. 

The  Old  Yellow  Boo^,  the  Source  of  Browning's  Ring  and  the 
BooJ[,  in  complete  Photo  Reproduction.  By  Chas.  W.  Hodell. 
4223:396:Oct.  3.  1908. 

Pacchiaroito,  and  How  he  worthed  in  Distemper,  with  Other  Poems. 
2495:101-102:July22,  1875. 

Parley^ings  with  Certain  Peoplt  of  Importance  in  Their  Da)f.    Re- 
viewed in  1:3095 :247-249:Feb.  19.  1887. 
Personal  NoteshyGo*tt.   3268:767-769: June  14.  1890, 


BROWNINGIANA  17 

Pippa  Passes.    737:952:Dec.  11,  1841. 

Poems.   By  Matthew  Arnold.   301 7:229-230: Aug.  22.  1885. 

Poems  and  Lyrics  of  the  Jo}f  of  the  Earth.    By  George  Meredith. 

2909:103-104:July  28.  1883. 

Poems  Before  Congress.    1690:371-373:1860. 

Poems  b}f  Coventry^  Patmore.   3059 :77\ -772: June  12.  1886. 

Poems  h\f  the  Wa]f.    By  Wm.  Morris.    3352:336-338:March  12. 

1892. 

Poems,  Dramatic  and  Lyfrical.    By  John  Leicester  Warren.    3417: 

497-498: April  22,  1893. 

Poems  of  Mrs.  Bron»nmg.    1205:1242-1244:1850. 

The  Poetical  Works  of  James  Russell  Lontell    2753: 136- 1 37: July 

31,  1880. 

Poetry  and  Shopkeeping.    By  Muezzin.    Littell's  Living  Age  293: 

685-688. 

Popular  Poets  of  the  Period.    By  F.  A.  H.  Eyles.    3228:315-316: 

Sept.  7,  1889. 

A  Prefatory  Note,  By  Robert  Browning.   By  J.  H.  Ingram.   3301  : 

153:Jan.  31.  1891. 

Prince  Hohenstiel-Schlitangau,  5aviour  of  Society.    2304:827-828: 

Dec.  23,  1871. 

Raban  or  Life-Splinters.    By  W.  C.  Smith.    2788:454-455: April 

2.  1881. 

Recent    Verse.     3069:237:  Aug.    21.     1886;     3748:288-289:  Aug. 

1899;  41 55:724-726: June  15,   1907;  Philaster  and  Other  Poems. 

By  Astor  Clair.   3173:220-221 : Aug.  18.  1888. 

Records  of  Tennyson,  Rus^in  and  Broivning.    By  Anne  Ritchie. 

3389:477-478:Oct.  8.   1892. 

Red  Cotton  Night-Cap  Country,  or  Turf  and  Towers.    2376:593- 

594:May  10,  1873. 

Relations  to  Matlhev)  Arnold.  By  A.  Orr.  3326:1 29  :July  25,  1891. 

Return  of  the  Druses.    81 8:608-609: July   1,   1843. 

Reviej»  of  Aurora  Leigh.    1517:1425-1427:1856. 

The  Ring  and  the  Book  (2.  3,  4)  :2 160:399-400: March  20,  1869. 

Same.  Reviewed  by  R.  Buchanan.   2:2148:875-876:Dec.  26.  1868. 

Same.  Reviewed  New  Eclectic  Magazine  4:5:61 9-625  :May  1869. 

2868:489:Oct.  14,  1882. 

Selections  from  the  Poets.    2752:1 10-1 1 1  :July  24,   1880. 

Shakspere's  Sonnets.    3043:257-258:Feb.  20.  1886. 

The  Shrine  of  Death  and  Other  Stories.    By  Lady  Dilke.    3055: 

642:May  15.  1886. 

Sister  Beatrice  and  Ardiane  and  Barhe  Blue  translated  by  Bernard 

Miall.  3888:554-555:May  3.  1902. 

Sordello.    657:43 1-432:  March  30,   1840. 

Stories    from    Robert    Broivning.     By    Frederick    May    Holland. 

The  Spring  Publishing  Season.    3718:1 13 :Jan.  28,    1899. 

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White.    53:595-612:May  1884. 

Aristophanes'  Apologyf,  Editorial  on.   36:493-495  :Oct.  1875. 

Matthenf  Arnold  as  a  Poet.    By  Harriet  Waters  Preston.   53:641- 

650:May  1884. 

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Philistine  View.    By  T.  R.  Lounsbury.    84:764-773  :Dec.  1899. 

The  Browning  Tonic.   By  Martha  Baker  Dunn.   90:203-21 1 : Aug. 

1902. 

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1887. 

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Boynton.   94:269-270: Aug.  1904. 

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243-248:Feb.  1890. 

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June  1872;  29:269-275:  March  1872. 
Dramatis  Personae.    14:644-648: Nov.  1864. 

Editorial  on  Browning's  Complete  Poetical  Works  (and  Dran\atic). 
77:273-274:Feb.  1896. 

Emerson  as  a  Religious  Influence.  By  George  A.  Gordon.  91 : 
577-578:  Jan.   1903. 

English  Love  Song.    65:23-33  :Jan.  1890. 

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Jan.  1899. 

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Fiction  in  the  Pulpit.  By  Agnes  Repplier.  64: 527-536 :Oct.  1889. 
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The  Life  of  the  Spirit  in  the  Modern  English  Poets.  Editorial  76: 
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1903.  By  Henry  Vandyck. 

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Guild.  86:420-421  :Sept.  1900. 

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Feb.   1899. 

Ward's  English  Poets.    By  Francis  H.  Underwood.    48:273-280: 

Aug.  1881. 

Well  Made  Booki  76:117.    11 .111-11  A:  Feb.  1896. 

Mr.  Woodbury's  Criticism.   66:847 -848 :Dec.  1890. 
ATTITUDE  OF  DETACHMENT.  ROBERT  BROWNING'S 

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ATTITUDE  OF   SOUTHERN   WOMEN   ON   THE   SUFFRAGE 

QUESTION.  THE 

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ATTITUDE  WITH  REGARD  TO  ART.  BROWNING'S 

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AUSTIN.  ALFRED  AND  ROBERT  BROWNING 

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BAILEY.  ELMER  JAMES 

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BAILEY.  J.  C. 

The  Sonnets  of  M.  De  Heredia.  Fortnightly  Review  70:383; 
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BAILEY.  JOHN 

Poetry  of  Robert  Bridges.  (Quart.  R.)  LittcH's  Living  Age  278: 
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The  Bible,  The  Greelfs  and  Oral  English.  English  Journal  7:246: 
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BALDWIN,  JAMES 

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BALDWIN,  MARY  R. 

Browning's  Jules  and  Du  Maurier's  Little  Billee.    Poet  Lore9:4: 
575-577. 

BALFOUR  IN  THE  STUDY 

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BALLADS.  POPULAR  ENGLISH  AND  SCOTTISH 

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BANNISTER,  A.  T. 

BroToning's  Religion.    Homiletic  Review  39:21 0-21 6  :Sept.  1900. 

BANTOCK,  GRANVILLE 

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.Brojvning  Note.    Poet  Lore  1:6:300. 

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The  Genius  of  Dicl(ens.    Contemporary  Review  94: 542-562: Nov. 

1908. 

The  Transfiguralion  erf  Matter.  Contemporary  Review  85:686-696: 

May  1904. 

BARNARD.  CLARA  G. 

Poetic  Characteristics  of  Matthew  Arnold.    Poet  Lore  6:2:76-83. 

BARNETT  PROFESSOR 

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BARNETT.  SAMUEL  AUGUSTUS.  IN  MEMORY  OF 

His  Thoughts,  His  Worlds,  His  Faith,  and  His  Friends,  in  the 
words  of  Robert  Browning. 

BARNICOAT.  CONSTANCE  A. 

The  Reading  of  the  Colonial  Girl.  Independent  60:939-950: Dec. 
1906. 

BARRETT.  C  J.  MOULTON 

A  Defense  of  Mrs.  Browning's  Father.  Literary  Digest  18:578: 
May  20.  1899. 

BARRETT'S  INFLUENCE  ON  BROWNINGS  POETRY.  ELIZA- 
BETH 

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BARRETT'S  POEMS.  MISS 

Art,  Literature  and  the  Drama.  By  Margaret  Fuller  Ossoli.  198- 
206    814  084al. 

BARRINGTON.  MRS.  RUSSELL 

Lord  Leightons  Sf^etches.  Eclectic  Magazine  45: 180- 188: Feb. 
1897. 

BARRON.  ESTELLE 

Translation  of  The  Ring  and  The  Boolf — Eine  Interpretation.  By 
Helene  Meyer-Franck. 

BARTOL,  C.  A. 

The  Border  Land  of  Morals.   Forum  6:194:Oct.  1888. 

BASKERVILLE,  CHAS. 

The  Rare  Earth  Crusade;  what  it  portends,  scientifically  and 
technically.    Science  17:772-781  :May  15,  1903. 

BASKERVILLE,  W.  M. 

Some    Appreciations    of    Sidne])    Lanier.     Dial    18:299-301  :May 

16,  1895. 
BATEMAN.  MAY 

The  Catholic   View  in  Modern  Fiction.    Fortnightly  Review   105: 

535:March  1916. 

BATES.  ARLO 

Editor;   A   Blot  in  the  'Scutcheon,  Colombe's  Birthda}),  A   Soul's 

Traged}),  and  In  a  Balcon)).    By  Robert  Browning.    D.  C.  Heath 

&  Co.  1906    821.88  Gpb. 

Talks  on  Teaching  Literature  113-115     821 .88  Vbp. 

The  Worth  of  Literar\)  Culture.    Literary  Digest  15:733-734:Oct. 

16,  1897. 


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BATES.  KATHARINE  LEE 

In  the  Poets'  Corner^  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

101     821.88  Xht. 

Nenf  Ideas  in  Teaching.    Poet  Lore  8:8:564. 

BATES.  MABEL  BARNETT 

To  Robert  Browning,  Homage  to  Robert  BroUfning,  Aleph  Tanner 
75    821.88  Xht. 

BAYLIS,  WALTER  J. 

A  Causerie  on  Brol»ning.    East  and  West  14:161 :272-276: March 
1915    821.88  Rbc. 

BAYLOR  LITERARY 

The  Avenger.   By  John  Homer  Caskey.   23:4-7:Feb.  1915. 

A  Beautiful  Life.   By  Lola  Isbell.    12:332-337: May-June  1904. 

Robert  BroTuning,  Magnet  of  the  Soul.    By  Francis  Ohrum.    17: 

31 2-31 5: June  1909    821.88  Xblg. 

Bron>ning's  Treatment  of  IVomanhood.    By  Olsie  V.  Betts.21-2: 

46-49:Oct.  1912. 

B})  the  Fireside.    By   M.  B.     12:1 15-1 19:Dec.  4,   1904     821.88 

Xblg. 

A  Comparison  of  Poe  and  Rossetti.   By  Agnes  Arbuckle.    18:304- 

307:April  1910. 

Contains  Georgetonian.  etc.    Robert  Browning — The  Magnet  of  the 

Soul,  by  Francis  Ohrum;   Brownings  Treatment  of  Womanhood, 

by  Otsie  V.  Belts;  By  the  Fireside,  by  M.  B.;   Two  Pictures,  by 

Arkley  B.  Wright;  The  Portrait  of  the  Last  Duchess,  by  Cornelia 

Blackburn;  My  Last  Duchess,  by  H.  G.  O.     821.88  Xbly. 

Fine  Arts  in  Education.    By  H.  J.  C.    14:7-13:Sept.  1905. 

Fragments  of  English.   By  H.  Carroll.    12:304-305: April  1909. 

The  Future  of  American  Literature.   By  Bliss  Perry.    17:119-123: 

Jan.  1909. 

The  Italian  Nineteenth  Century  Literature.    By  Erma  Clegg.    17: 

290-294:May  1909. 

Life   Without  Literature  Is  Death.    By  Pearl   Province.     12:126- 

28:Dec.  1903. 

The  Literary  Scrap  Heap.    22:31 -33  :Feb.  1914. 

Literature— Its  Toils  and  Rewards.    By  P.    6:218-221  :Feb.  1898. 

The  Love  Affairs  of  the  Poets.    By  Eva  McGowan.    17:334-337: 

June  1909. 

The  Plowman  and  the  Peer.    By   Murtel  Tarrant.    18:355-359: 

May  1910. 

Realism  in  the  19th  Century  English  Fiction.    By  Emily  Dixson. 

18:3-7:Sept.  1909. 

Two  Friends.   Editorial  5:21 4-21 5: Jan.  1897. 

BAYLOR  TIMES 

Robert  Barrett  Browning.    By  A.  Joseph  Armstrong.    March   15, 
1913. 

BAYNE.  PETER 

Walt    Whitman's   Poems.     (Contemp.   R.)     Littell's    Living   Age 
128:91-103. 

BAYNE.  THOMAS 

Browning  and  St.  Andrews.    Athenaeum  3334:386-387:Sepl.   19, 

1891. 

The  Poetry  of  Dante  Gabriel  Rossetti.   (Eraser's.)   Littell's  Living 

Age  152:817-822. 


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BEACH,  MRS.  H.  H.  A. 

See  Music. 
BEACH,  JOHN 

See  Music. 
BEALE.  DOROTHEA 

Literary  Studies,  Religious  Teachings  of  BroDfning  83-107,  Brol»n- 

ings  Christmas  Eve  108-129     804  B3661s. 

The  Religious  Teaching  of  Browning.    Berdoe's  Browning  Studies 

76-91     821.88  Vlbs. 

Same.  London  Browning  Society  Papers  3:323-338     821.88  Dbs. 
BEAN  STRIPE,  A:  ALSO  APPLE  EATING 

See  Music. 
BEARE,  CORNELIA 

Edited  with  an  Introduction  and  Notes,  Poems  hy  Robert  Brown- 
ing, Merrill's  English  Texts.    Charles  E.  Merrill  Co.,  New  York  ^ 

621.88  Gpb.  M 

BEATTY,  PAKENHAM  ^i 

A  Poem  to  Browning.    Littell's  Living  Age  198:770. 

To  Browning,  Homage   to   Robert  Browning,   Aleph   Tanner   58 

821.88  Xhi. 
BEAUTIFUL  LIFE,  A 

By  Lola  Isbell.    Baylor  Literary  12:332-337: May-June  1904. 
BEAUTY.  THE  UTILITY  OF 

By  Wm.  Norman  Guthrie.    Sewanee  Review  13:143-155. 
BEDDOES,  THOMAS  LOVELL 

By  Mrs.  Andrew  Crosse.    (Temp.  B.)    Littell's  Living  Age  201 : 

157-66. 

Poetical  IVorl^s  of — Temple  Library.    By  Edmund  Gosse.    Athe- 
naeum 3296:879-881  :Dec.  27,  1890. 
BEERBOHM,  MAX 

The  Poets  Corner,  contains  a  caricature  of  Browning  at  a  meeting 

of  a  Browning  Society  1904     741   B415p. 
BEGBIE,  HAROLD 

India  Moving   Christward.    Literary   Digest   48:1 :68-69:Jaft.    10, 

1914. 

BEGINNERS,  BROWNING  FOR 

By  Thomas  Rain.    821.88  Drb. 

BELESENHEIT  VON  ROBERT  LOUIS  STEVENSON,  DIE 
Robert  Browning  21  :(1912). 

BELIEFS 

Some  of  Browning's  Beliefs.    By  C.  W.  Bardeen.    Syracuse  Me- 
morial 64-78     821.88  Bsy. 

BELL,  ERIC 

A  Summer  Trip  Through  the  Dolomites.   Country  Life  in  America 
18:363-364:  July  1910. 

BELLOWS,  ISABEL  FRANCIS 

Pippa  Passes.   Poet  Lore  6:3:133-50. 
BELLS  AND  POMEGRANATES 

By  Henry  F.  Chorley.    The  People's  Journal     821.88  Dpj. 

By  Robert  Browning   (First  Series)   With  a   Preface  and  Notes. 

By  Thomas  J.  Wise,  Nineteenth  Century  Classics.    Ward,  Lock 

&  Co.,  Ltd..  London  1896    821.88  Hbpw. 

By  Robert  Browning  (Second  Series)  Nineteenth  Century  Classics. 

Ward,  Lock  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  London  1897     821.88  Hbpw. 

No.   1.    First  Series  1896.    By  Clement  K.  Shorter  and  with  in- 


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troduction  by  Thomas  J.  Wise.  Second  Series  (1896)  821.68 
Hbpw  S2. 

No.  V.  A  Blot  in  the  'Scutcheon.  A  Traged\f  in  Three  Acts.  By 
Robert  Browning,  Author  of  Paracelsus.  London:  Edward  Moxon. 
Dover  Street  1843.  Second  Edition  821.88  Hbpl. 
No.  VI.  Colombe's  Birthday.  A  Play,  in  Five  Acts.  By  Robert 
Browning,  Author  of  Paracelsus.  (Quotation  from  Hanmer.)  Lon- 
don: Edward  Moxon,  Dover  Street  1844.  First  Edition  821.88 
Hbpl. 

No.  in.  Dramatic  Lyrics.  By  Robert  Browning,  Author  of  Para- 
celsus. London:  Edward  Moxon,  Dover  Street  1842.  First  Edition 
821.88  Hbpl. 

No.  VII.  Dramatic  Romances  and  Lyrics.  By  Robert  Browning, 
Author  of  Paracelsus.  London:  Edward  Moxon,  Dover  Street 
1845.  First  Edition    821.88  Hbpl. 

No.   II.    King   Victor  and  King  Charles.    By  Robert  Browning, 
Author  of   Paracelsus.    London:    Edward   Moxon,    Dover   Street 
1842.   First  Edition    821.88  Hbpl. 
Same.  Second  copy     821.88  Hpsv. 

No.  VIII.  And  Last.  Luria;  And  A  SouVs  Tragedy.  By  Rob- 
ert Browning,  Author  of  Paracelsus.  London:  Edward  Moxon, 
Dover  Street  1846.  First  Edition  821.88  Hbpl. 
No.  I.  Pippa  Passes.  By  Robert  Browning,  Author  of  Paracelsus. 
London:  Edward  Moxon,  Dover  Street  1841.  First  Edition 
821.88  Hbpl. 

Same.  1841.    Second  copy     821.88  Hpsv. 

No.  IV.  The  Return  of  the  Druses.  A  Tragedy.  In  Five  Acts. 
By  Robert  Browning,  Author  of  Paracelsus.  London:  Edward 
Moxon,  Dover  Street  1843.   First  Edition     821.88  Hbpl. 

BENEDICTINE  COMMUNITY  OF  THE  ISLE  OF  CALDEY 
See  H.  Claude  IVilliamson. 

BEN  EZRA 

See  Rabhi  Ben  Ezra. 

BENNETT.  A. 

Browning,  Homage  to  Robert  Brorvning,  Aleph  Tanner  110-111 
821.88  Xht. 

BENNETT,  H.  C. 

Criticism  of  Poetry.  Contemporary  Review  1 10:81 1-81 2 :Dec. 
1916. 

BENNETT,  SARAH  A. 

What  Comes  to  Perfection  Perishes,  Homage  to  Robert  Brottming, 
Aleph  Tanner  55     821.88  Xht. 

BENSON,  ARTHUR  C. 

Fiction  and  Romance.    Contemporary  Review  100:2:792-805. 

Literature  and  Life.   Century  88:773-778:Sept.  1914. 

The  New  Poets.   Century  89:705-708:March  1915. 

Christina  Rossetti.    Eclectic  Magazine  124:490-496: April   1895. 

Rossetti's  Isolation  in  Nineteenth  Century  Prose.    Literary  Digest 

28:587-588:April  23,  1904. 

BENSON,  EUGENE  F. 

From  the  Asolan  Hills.    821.88  B474b. 

In  the  A  solan  Country.    (New  R.)    Littell's  Living  Age  21 1  :l  15- 

121. 

On  Undesirable  Information.    Contemporary  Review  68:125-133: 

July  1895. 

Same.    Eclectic  Magazine  62:222-228: Aug.   1895. 


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BENTZON.  Th.  (MME.  BLANC) 

A  French  Friend  of  Drorvning.  By  Jcreeph  Milsand.  Scribner't 
Magazine  20: 108-20: July  1896. 

BERDOE,  EDWARD 

Browning  and  the  Christian  Faith.  Evidence  of  Christianity  from 
Browning's  Point  of  View  (Second  Edition  1899)  821.88  RBB. 
Droivning  and  the  Christian  Faith.  Reviewed  in  Outlook  53:670: 
April   1896. 

BroTifning  as  a  Scientific  Poet.    London  Browning  Society  Papers 
7:33-53    821.88  Dbs. 
Same.  Nature  32:36:May  14.  1885. 

The  Browning  Cyclopedia.  A  guide  to  the  study  of  the  works  of 
Robert  Browning.     821.88. 

The  Browning  Cyclopedia.  Reviewed  in  Athenaeum  3352:107- 
108: Jan.  23.  1892. 

Browning  Encyclopedia.    Independent  43:2:1 489  :Oct.  8,  1891. 
Browning's  Science  as  Shown  in  Numpholeptos.    Poet  Lore  2:12: 
617-624. 

Browning  Studies.    Bookman  2: 535-36: Feb.  1896. 
Same.  Independent  47:2:1616:Nov.  28.  1895. 
Same.  Being  Select  Papers  by  Members  of  the  Browning  Society. 
Edited,  with  an  introduction,  1899     821.88  Vlbs  cl. 
Same.  Second  copy     821.88  Dbpc2. 

Browning's  Estimate  of  Life.  London  Browning  Society  Papers 
10:200-206    821.88  Dbs. 

Browning's  Message  to  His  Time,  Discussing  I.  Religion  of  Robert 
Browning;  II.  Robert  Browning  as  a  Scientific  Poet;  III.  Paracel- 
sus; IV.  Browning  Societies     821.88  Dbm. 
Browning's  Message  to  His  Time.    Poet  Lore  2:5:286. 
Browning's  Message  to  His  Time,  His  Religion,  Philosoph}f,  and 
Science.     821.88  Dbm. 
Same.  Nation  50:420:1890. 
Browning's  Science.   Poet  Lore  1  :8:353-362. 

How  Browning  Made  a  Christian.    Literary  Digest   12:531  :Feb. 
29.  1896. 
See  Music. 

Paracelsus,  the  Reformer  of  Medicine.    London  Browning  Society 
Papers   11:275-296     821.88  Dbs  Pt.   11. 
A  Primer  of  Browning.     821.8  B8855bp. 

BERGER,  PIERRE 

Robert  Browning.  Les  Grands  Ecrivains  Etrangers,  Blond  el  Cie., 
Editeurs,  Paris,  1912     821.88  Brb. 

Same.  Translated  by  Mabel  Moran.  A  Thesis  in  the  Department 
of  English     821.88  Dbbm. 

Some  Points  on  the  Modern  Faith  in  the  Poems  of  Robert  Brown- 
ing. Translated  for  a  thesis  in  English  Department  by  Bernice 
McKinney     821.88  Rbem. 

BERGH,  ARTHUR 

See  Music. 

BERNARD,  CHARLES  DE 

By  George  Sainlsbury.    Fortnightly  Review  29:924:Nov.  1877. 

BESANT.  WALTER 

Literary  Conference.  Contemporary  Review  65: 123- 139: Jan.  1894. 

BESIDE  A  BROOK  WITH  IZAAK  WALTON 

By  Maurice  Thompson.    Independent  47:859-860: June  27,  1895. 


BROWNINGIANA  29 

BEST  NEW  BOOKS  OF  THE  SEASON  (THE) 

Poet  Lore  10:4:604-607. 
BEST  OF  BROWNING.  THE 

By  James  Mudge,  with  an  introduction  by  Rev.  William  V.  Kelley. 

821.88  Xm. 
BEST  POEM  EVER  WRITTEN  IN  THE  ENGLISH  LANGUAGE. 

THE 

New  York  Times.    Current  Opinion  57: 131 -133: Aug.  1914. 
BETTS.  OTSIE  V. 

Browning's  Treatment  of  Womanhood.    Baylor  Literary  21  :2:47- 

49:Oct.  1912    821.88  Xblg. 

BIBLE  AS  LITERATURE.  THE 

R.  G.  Moulton,  J.  P.  Peters  and  A.  B.  Bruce,  and  others.  Biblical 
World  9:311 -313 :April  1897. 

BIBLE  IN  BROWNING 

By  Minnie  Greshman  Machen.   Dial  36:204:  March  16.  1904. 

With  particular  reference  to  The  Ring  and  the  BooJi.    By  Minnie 

Gresham  Machen.     821.88     (Two  copies.) 

By  Minnie  Gresham  Machen.    (Reviewed.)    Outlook  75:509:Oct. 

31,   1903. 

Thesis  in  English  Department  submitted  for  the  Degree  of  Master 

of  Arts,   Georgetown    College.     By   Jesse   H.   Wells.    June    1910 

821.88  Rwb. 

BIBLE,  STUDIES  IN  THE 

Japanese,  Seisho  Kensan.  Containing  a  complete  translation  of 
Saul,  done  in  Japanese  by  Takeshi  Saito.     220.2  K36j. 

BIBLICAL  WORLD 

The  English  Bible  and  English   Writers.    By  Chauncey  Marvin 

Cady.   9: 185-193: March  1897. 

Influence  of  the  Authorized  Version  in  English  Literature.    By  B. 

A.  Greene.   37:391-401:1911. 

Material  from  English  Literature  Illustrative  of  the  International 

Sunday  School  Lesson.    By  Prof.  Myra  Reynolds.    1 1  :49-52:Jan. 

1898;    127-130:Feb.  1898;   203-207:March  1898;   257-259:April 

1898. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY 

Browning.  By  John  P.  Anderson.  Appended  to  Sharp's  Life  of 
Browning.     821.88  Bsh.     2  copies. 

Browning.  Athenaeum  2: 193-4: Aug.  2.  1894;  256-7: Aug.  25. 
1894;  422:Sepi.  29.  1894;  569-70  :Oct.  27.  1894. 
Robert  Browning.  Materials  for  a  bibliography  of  the  Writings  in 
Prose  and  Verse.  By  W.  R.  Nicoll  and  Thomas  J.  Wise.  Literary 
Anecdotes  of  the  Nineteenth  Century  50:361-629  828  N645. 
Browningiana  in  Bailor  Library.  Compiled  by  E.  R.  Alexander 
and  Sue  Moore. 

Bulletin  of  Salem,  Mass.,  Library.     821.88  Asl. 
Bulletin  of  The  Library  Association  of  Portland.    9:5:May  1912 
821.88  APob. 

A  Catalogue  of  the  Library  of  the  Late  John  Henry  Wrenn. 
Compiled  by  Harold  B.  Wrenn.  Edited  by  Thomas  J.  Wise. 
123-137    821.88. 

Chicago  Public  Library^  Book  Bulletin.  2:5:76-79:May  1912 
821.88  Ach. 

An  Examination  of  the  Non-Dramatic  Poems  of  Robert  Brown- 
ing's.  First  and  Second  Periods,  to  which  is  added  a  Bibliography. 


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By  Thomas  M.  Parrott.     821.88  Dnp. 

First   Editions,    stated   in    Symon's    Introduction   to   the   Study    of 

Browning  241-254    821.88  Dsi. 

By  F.  J.  Furnivall.    London  Browning  Society  Papers  1:21-116; 

Addition8:2: 117-171      821.88  Dbs. 

Same.  Reviewed  in  Poet  Lore  1:11 :533. 

Nineteenth  Century  and  After.    By  Emily  Hickey.    Littell's  Living 

Age268:201-213:Jan.  28.   1911. 

Suggestions  Regarding  Books  on  Browning.    By  Marie  Ada  Mo- 

lineux.    Emerson  College  Magazine  20:3: 142- 144: Jan.  1912. 

A  List  of  Books  and  of  References  to  Periodicals  in  the  Brooklyn 

Public  Library.    The  Brooklyn  Public  Library,  New  York,   1912 

821.88  Abpl. 

San    Francisco    Public    Library    Monthly    Bulletin,    May,     1912 

821.88  Asf. 

Special  List  on  Robert  Browning.    Bulletin  of  the  Osterhout  Free 

Library     821.88  Aos. 

Woman's  Club  of  Waco  Year  Book  1916-1917     821.88  Zww. 

Writings  in  Prose  and   Verse  of  Robert  Drowning,  A   Complete 

Bibliography.    By  Thomas  J.  Wise.    (Only  a  few  sheets  of  larger 

edition.)    Printed  Only  for  Private  Subscribers  London,  England, 

1887    821.88  Awb. 

By  Thomas  J.  Wise.    Athenaeum  3594:354:Sept.  12,  1896;  3596: 

418-420:Sept.  26,  1896;  3600: 564- 566: Oct.  24,  1896;  3605:758- 

759:Nov.  28,  1896. 

The  Book  Shop  50:Dec.   1892. 

Fitchburg  Library  Bulletin  7:1 1  :76-78:March-June  1906:  Brown- 
ing Number. 

For  a  Chronological  Bibliography  of  Browning's  Works,  see  Mrs. 

Sutherland  Orr's  A  Handbook  to  the  Works  of  Robert  Droit>mng 

365-393    821.88  Dho. 

By  F.  J.  Furnival.    Poet  Lore  12:209-10. 

Worcester    Free    Public    Library    Special    Reading    List.     Robert 

Browning  2-8: Jan.  1899. 
BIBLIOPHILES,  NOTES  FOR 

By  Editor.    Dial  63:120-1  :Aug.   16,   1917. 
BICKNELL,  PERCY  F. 

Casual  Comment.    Dial  42: 133-1 35: March  1,  1907. 

An  Irish  Poet's  Literary)  Friendships.   Dial  44:69-70:Feb.  1,  1908. 

Literary  Essa\)s  of  a  Naturalist.   Dial  34:1 13-14:Feb.  16,  1903. 

A  Poet  and  His  Circle.   Dial  52:221 -3: March  16.  1912. 

A  Rollicking  Irish  Stor])  Teller.   Dial  40:382-84: June  16,  1906. 

Some    Celebrated   Characters   of   Last    Centur}).     Dial    46:134-5: 

March  1,  1909. 

A  Store  House  of  Notes  and  Anecdotes.    Dial  37:3 1-32: July  16, 

1904. 

A  WordsTi>orthian  in  Reminiscent  Mood.    Dial  38:1 17-19:Feb.  16, 

1905. 

BIGELOW,  WALTER  S. 

To  Browning,  Homage  to  Robert  Bronpning,  Aleph  Tanner    121 
821.88  Xht. 

BINKLEY,  C.  A. 

Poetic  Interpretation  of  Nature.    Poet  Lore   13:1:53-79. 
BIOGRAPHIC  CLINICS 

By  George  M.  Gould.    Containing  De  Quincy,  Carlyle,  Darwin, 
Huxley,  and  Browning  1:124-139    612.8452  G696b. 


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BIOGRAPHICAL  FACTS  IN  REGARD  TO  ROBERT  AND  ELI- 
ZABETH BROWNING 

By  Anne  H.  Wharton.    Poel  Lore  2:1 :35-37. 
BIOGRAPHICAL  MATERIAL 

Allibone's  Dictionary  of  Authors.    1 :267. 

Chronological   Table  of  the   Principal   Events   in  the  Poet's  Life 

and  the  Order  of  Publication  of  the  Poenas,  Browning  Notes  141- 

152    821.88  Dhn. 
BIOGRAPHICAL  NOTES  AND  SUGGESTIONS   FROM  FIFTY 

MEN  AND  WOMEN  (In  Bibliography).    Library  Journal  38: 

2:390:  July  1911. 
BIOGRAPHY 

Robert  Bron>ning.   By  Pierre  Berger.  Translated  by  Mabel  Moran. 

A   thesis    in    the    Department    of    English    (Typewritten)     821.88 

Dbbm;  also  821.88  Brb. 

Robert  BroTifning.    By  Stopford  Augustin  Brooke.     821.88  Dbj. 

Brorvning,  Bookman  Biography.    By  James  Douglas.     821.88  Bdp. 

Robert  Browning,  Westminster  Biography.    By  Arthur  Waugh. 

Browning  Chief  Poet  of  the  Age.    By  W.  G.  Kingsland.    First 

Edition  1887    821.88  Dhr. 

Browning  Personalia.    By  Edmund  W.  Gosse.     821.88  Dpg. 

The  Brownings,  Their  Life  and  Art.    By  Lilian  Whiting.     821.88 

Bwb. 

Chamber's  Encyclopedia  to  English  Literature   (New  Edition)   3: 

9:549-567    820.9  C445c. 

Gilbert  Keith  Chesterton's  Robert  Browning.     821.88  Bch. 

George  Willis  Cooke's  Poets  and  Problems  269-385. 

By  Edmund  Gosse.    Dictionary  of    National   Biography   22:306- 

319    Be  S828. 

Charles  Harold  Hereford's  Robert  Browning.     821.88  Dhr. 

Life  and  Letters  of  Robert  Browning.    New  edition  revised  and 

in  part  rewritten  by  Frederic  G.  Kenyon,  1908     821.88  Bor2. 

The  Life  of  Robert  Browning.   By  Edward  Dowden.     821.88  Bdt. 

Life  of  Robert  Browning.    By  William  Sharp.    Edited  by  Eric 

Robertson    and    Frank    L.    Marzials.     Bibliography    by    John    P. 

Anderson. 

Little  Journeys  to  the  Homes  of  English  Authors.   By  Elbert  Hub- 
bard.   Roycroft  Covers  35-70     821.88  Bhl. 
BIOGRAPHY  OF  THE  BROWNINGS 

By  Lilian  Whiting.    Independent  71  :350. 
BIRD.  FREDERICK  M. 

Browning  Theology.    Independent  42:171-172:Feb.  6,  1890. 
BIRRELL.  AUGUSTINE 

Globe  Edition  in  I  Volume,  2  copies.     821.88  Gmnb. 

Editor  of  Globe  Edition  of  Browning  (2  Vol.)     821.88  Gb. 

Essays  and  Addresses,  Robert  Browning.    182-197:1907     824.91 

B619e. 

James  Anthony  Froude.   Scribner's  Magazine  17:149:Feb.  1895. 

Good  Taste.   Scribner's  Magazine  17:120:Jan.  1895. 

Obiter  Dicta  On  the  Alleged  Obscurity  of  Mr.  Browning.    1 :55-95 

820.4  B619. 

On  Leisure,   Genius,  Bool(s,  and  Reading.   (Chamb.   J.)   LittelFs 

Living  Age  216:557-559. 

Patriotism   and  Christianity.    Contemporary   Review   87:193-201; 

Feb.  1905. 

Some  More  Letters  of  Mrs.  Carlyle.   Eclectic  Magazine  141 :231- 

237:Aug.  1903. 


32  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

BIRTHDAY.  A. 

Charlotte    Porter,    Homage    to    Robert   Browning,   Aleph    Tanner 

42    821.88  Xht. 
BIRTHDAY,  ROBERT  BROWNINGS 

By  William  Harman  van  Allen.   Emerson  College  Magazine  20:3: 

136:Jan.  1912. 
BISHOP  BLOUGRAM 

Poet  Lore  16:1  :137:Spring  1905. 
BISHOP  BLOUGRAM'S  APOLOGY 

By    E.    Johnson.     London    Browning    Society    Papers    3:279-292 

821.88  Dbs. 
BISHOP  OF  WINCHESTER 

See  Introductoin  to  Mrs.  Percy  Leake's  Ethics  of  Browning  Poems. 

821.88  Rel. 
BISHOP  VINCENT'S  EIGHTEENTH  ANNIVERSARY 

RemarJiable  Tributes:  Treasured  in  His  Birthday  Gift  Box.   Chau- 

tauquan  67:2 1-39  .-June  1912. 
BIXBY,  JAMES  T. 

Robert   Browning's   Message    to    the    Nineteenth    Century.     Arena 

1:3:283-297:Feb.  1890. 
BLACK,  LOUIS  J. 

The  Letter  of  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    Dial  23:274-7:Nov. 

16,  1897. 
BLACKBURN,  CORNELIA 

Portrait  of  the  Last  Duchess.    Baylor  Literary   and  Georgetonian 

9-12    821.88  Xblg. 
BLACKWOOD'S  MAGAZINE 

Browning  and  Tennyson.    Littell's  Living  Age  184:240-245. 

A  French  Stud}^  of  Burns.  Living  Age  198:735-743. 

Light  Literature  and  Poetry.    79: 125- 138: Feb.   1856. 

Musing   Without  Method.     189:2:572-575: April    1911;    191:111: 

125:Jan.   1912;    191  :2:883:Jan.   1912. 

My  Impression  of  Oxford  and  Stratford.    By  Yone-Noguchi.  199: 

539:  April  1916. 

The  Old  Yellow  Book.    By  Charles  W.  Hodell.    Littell's  Living 

Age  269:499-502. 

The  Old   Yellow  Boo^,  as  translated  and  edited.    By  Chas.  W. 

Hodell.    Reviewed  in  189:572-5: April   1911. 

The  Rat-Catcher  of  Hameln.    By  Gustav  Hartwig.    Trans,  by  T. 

Martin.    Living  Age  195:639-640. 

Remarks  on  Browning's  Men  and  Women.    189:572-5: April  1911. 
BLANK  VERSE  OF  SOHRAB  AND  RUSTUM,  THE 

By  H.  E.  Coblentz.    Poet  Lore  7:10:497-505. 
BLANK  VERSE,  TECHNIQUE  OF  ENGLISH  NON-DRAMATIC 

South  Atlantic  Quarterly  1 1  :96-98:Jan.  1912. 
BLAUVELT,  MARY  TAYLOR 

The  Religious  Teachings  of  Aeschy)lus.    Poet  Lore  4-8  &  9:425. 
BLESSED  DAMOZEL,  THE,  ROSSETTI'S 

By  W.  Bertrand  Stevens.   Chaulauquan  46: 109:  March  1907. 
BLOT  IN  THE   SCUTCHEON,  A 

Athenaeum  3 152:382: March  24.   1888. 

(A   Defence.)     By   George   Herbert   Clark.     Reprinted   from   the 

April  Number  of  the  Sewanee  Review   1920     821.88. 

A  Discussion  of  the  Performance  of  a  Blot  in  the  'Scutcheon, 

Thomas  R.  Lounsbury.   Atlantic  84:764-773  :Nov.  1899. 

Life  and  Letters.   Poet  Lore  1 2 : 1  : 1 53- 1 54. 

LoodoD  Browniag  Society  Papers  10:250-255. 


BROWNINGIANA  33 

Poet  Lore   16:3: 152- 153:  March  27.    1905. 

A  Souvenir  of  the  performance  of  Browning's  Tragedy,  Manches- 
ter, March  27,  1893,  with  Charles  Hughes'  compliment.  Contains: 
IVord  to  the  Public,  by  Charles  Hughes;  Prologue,  poem,  by  W. 
A  Raleigh;  Extract  from  a  letter  from  Dr.  Ward,  principal  of 
Ovtena  College;  Extract  from  a  letter  from  Charles  Dic^eru  to 
John  Forster  in  reference  to  A  Blot  in  the  'Scutcheon ;  Lad\f  Mar- 
tin (Miss  Helen  Faucit)  writes  in  reference  to  the  first  production 
of  A  Blot  in  the  'Scutcheon,  in  1843;  Pall  Mall  Gazette,  May  29, 
1892,  A  Blot  in  the  'Scutcheon  at  Manchester,  by  a  Correspondent. 
821.88  Hbs. 

The  Study  Class.    By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.    125-126     807 
Ml  67. 
BLOT  IN  THE  'SCUTCHEON  AND  OTHER  DRAMAS 

By   Arlo    Bates.      Cantains:    Introduction    9-36;    A    Blot    in    the 

'Scutcheon  1-73;  Colomhe's  Birthday  81-186;  In  a  Balcony  197- 

242;  A  Soul's  Tragedy  245-295;  Bibliography  300-303     821.88 

Gpb. 

By  Robert  Browning.    Edited  with  notes.    By  William  J.  Rolfe, 

and  Heloise  E.  Hersey.     821.88  Gdr. 

BLUNT,  WILFRED  SCA WEN 

Lord  Lytton's  RanJg  in  Literature.  Nineteenth  Century.  Littell's 
Living  Age  193:805-811. 

BOCCACCIO,  THE  AUTHORSHIP  OF  TALES  FROM 
Athenaeum  3328: 192- 193: Aug.  8.  1891. 

BODENHEIM,  MAXWELL 

What  is  Poetry?   New  Republic  13:21 1-2 12 :Dec.  22,  1917. 

BOKER.  RICHARD  RODGERS 

London  as  a  Literary  Center  (A  brief  personal  sketch  of  Brown- 
ing.)   Harper's  Magazine  76:817-819. 

BOND,  R.  WARWICK 

Rus^in's  Views  of  Literature.  Contemporary  Review  87:844-860: 
June  1905. 

BOOK  INKLINGS  AND  BOOKISH  BITS 

(Subhead  to  Notes  and  News.)  Poet  Lore  1  :8:400;  1  :9:447-48; 
2:7:389-90;  4:6&7:381-82,  by  H.  Corson;  4:10:528-31;  5:11: 
586-87;  8:8:620-26;  10:3:445-47;  11:1:139-43;  11:3:440-45, 
by  Helen  T.  Porter  and  others. 

BOOK-LOVER,  THE 

The  Characteristics  of  the  Novelist  in  Robert  Browning.  By  Min- 
nie D.  Kellogg.    7:286: Spring  1901. 

BOOKMAN 

Bookman  Brevities.    12:404:  Dec.  1900. 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    By  Lilian  Whiting.    3:35-39:March 

18%. 

Browning.    By  Robert  Adger  Bowen.    4:239:Nov.   1896. 

Same.   By  Percy  Adams  Hutchinson.   9:171: April  1899. 

Robert  Browning.    By  Professor  George  Saintsbury.    42:248:57- 

63:May  1912    821.88  Xbm. 

Browning  Centenary.   42:248:May  1912     821.88  Xbm. 

Robert  Browning,  in    Two   Great   Victorian  Poets.    By   Edward 

Dowden.    16:349-359:Dec.   1902. 

Browning  Studies.    By  Edward  Berdoe.   2:535-36:Feb.  1896. 

Robert  Browning's  Complete  Worlds.    Bookman's  Table  2:535-36» 

Feb.  16%. 


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BroTvmng's  Early  Work.  By  Roger  Ingpen.  Review  of  The 
Early  Literary  Career  of  Robert  Browning.  By  T.  R.  Lounsbury. 
42:248:74-75:May  1912    821.88  Xbm. 

Robert  Browning's  Father.  By  Sir  William  Robertson  NicoU.  42: 
248:63-70:May  1912.    821.88  Xbm. 

Brownings  Italy.   By  Helen  A.  Clarke.   26:509: Jan.  1908. 
Mrs.  Barrett  Browning's  Letters.    By  Claudius  Clear.    6:463-66: 
Jan.  1898. 

Robert  Browning's  Pauline.   Book  Mart  1 :61  :Feb.  1895. 
Browning's  Poetical  IVorJ^s.    List  of  Books  Published  During  the 
Month.    4:495: Jan.  1897. 

Chronicle  and  Comment.  Browning  Discussed.  6-6:487-501 ;  495- 
498:Feb.  1898. 

Comment.  4:506:Feb.  1897;  6:287-88:Dec.  1897;  9:99-100: 
April  1899;  9:107:April  1899;  9:395:July  1899;  9:483:Aug. 
1899;   10:415-16:Dec.  1899. 

Comment,  a  Browning  Anniversary.   23: 590- 92: Aug.  1906. 
Comment — Browning's  Favorite  Sonnet.    10:204:Nov.   1899. 
Comment:   Fac-Simile  of  Letters  From   Browning.    5:2-3:March 
1897. 

Comment— The  Hooligan  Nights.    10:14 :Sept.  1899. 
Comment — Letters  of  Introduction.    9:309: June  1899. 
Comment  on  Portrait.    2:467:Feb.  1896. 
Comment  on  the  Browning  Love  Letters.   9:387: July  1899. 
Comment — Oscar  Wilde  on  Browning.    22:303:Dec.   1905. 
Browning's  Place  in  Literature.    By  Emily  Shaw  Forman.    Cos- 
mopolitan 8:5:560-564  :March  1890    821.88  Xmb. 
A    Curious   Relic    of    the   Browning   Family.     3:3:229-231 : May 
.1896.     Anon. 

Early  Portrait  and  Autograph  of  Browning.  By  J.  C.  Armytage. 
2:466:  Feb.  1896. 

The  First  Boolfs  of  Some  English  Authors.  By  Luther  S.  Living- 
ston.   10:l:76-81:Sept.  1899. 

In  A  Copy  of  Browning.  By  Bliss  Carman.  3:23-24:March  1896. 
An  Inquiry]  as  to  Rhyme.  By  Brander  Matthews.  8:32-38:Sept. 
1898. 

The  Interpretations  of  Poetry  and  Religion.  By  George  Santayana. 
12:190-91  :Oct.  1900. 

The  Literary  Portraits  of  C.  F.   Watts,  R.  A.    By  Gilbert  Keith 
Chesterton  and  J.  E.  Hodder  Williams.    12:472-481  : Jan.  1901. 
Love  Letters.    By  Alice  Meynell.   9: 162-165: April  1899. 
Chronicle  and  Comment  (Editorial).    6:6:495-496: Feb.  1898;   10: 
l:14:Sept.  1899     821.88  Xmb. 

The  New  Golden  Treasury.  Short  Criticism.  By  Hamilton  W. 
Mabie.    6:470-71: Jan.  1898. 

News  Notes,  Recovery  of  Lost  Copy  Pauline.    1:155: April   1895. 
Pauline,  Paracelsus.    Book  Mart  1  :280:May  1895. 
Photograph  (Mrs.  Browning)  and  Comment.    6:397-98: Jan.  1898. 
Picture,  Browning  House.   23:262:May  1906. 
The  Poetical  Works  of  Robert  Browning.   4:480-81 : Jan.   1897. 
The  Poetry  of  War.    By  A.  St.  John  Adcock.    Littell's  Age  283 : 
398-407. 

Portrait  and  Comment.    By   Mrs.   F.  W.   H.  Myers.    3:391-92: 
July  1896. 
Postscript  as  io  Rhyme.    By  Brander  Matthews.     13:416-18:July 


BROWNINGIANA  35 

Revien)  of  Cilberi  Keith  Chesterton's  Robert  BroJi)ning.    By  F.  M. 
Colby.    17:601 -604:  Aug.  1903. 

Revieiv  of  Harr^  Christopher  Minc/iin's  A  New  Browning.    33: 
3.4:March   1911. 

Some  Holidaif  Publications.  4 '360'Q\:Dcc.  m6. 
To  Robert  L\)tton.    From  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    By  Eliza- 
beth Barrett  Browning.    39:312-13:May  1914. 
The  Two  Great  Victorian  Poets,  Robert  Browning.    By  Edward 
Dowden.    16:4:351-359:Dec.  1902     821.88  Xman. 
The  Undergraduate  in   Verse.    By  Joseph  Le  Roy  Harrison.    7: 
159-61:  April    1898. 

Victorian  Literature.    By  Clement  K.  Shorter.    5:480: Aug.  1897. 
View  Browning  loved  best  (Pictures).    16:354-58:Dec.  1902. 
News  Notes.    (Blunder  in  Lines  quoted  from  Christmas  Eve.)  1  :3 : 
153:  April  1895. 

Robert  Browning  From  a  Painting.    By  George  Frederic  Watts. 
29:380:June    1909. 

BOOKMART,  THE 

Robert   Browning,  an   appreciation  7:81  :393-396:Feb.    1890.    By 

Editor.    Browning's  Sonnets  in  the  Pall  Mall  Gazette.    7:82:457: 

March  1890.   Editor.  Foreign  Notes  7:82:473-474     821.88  Xmab. 

Robert  Browning's  Pauline.    Bookman  1  :61  :Feb.  1895. 

Message  of  Robert  Browning,  The.    By  W.  Wilberforce  Newton. 

5:50:52-53  :July  1887. 
BOOK  NEWS 

Elizabeth  Barrett   Browning,   Life,   Career   and  Personality.    By 

Norma    K.    Bright.     24:283:460-463: March    1906    821.88   Xma 

Vol.  6. 

Mrs.  Browning  in  Poetry  Toda^.   By  Henry  S.  Pancoast.  24:283: 

464-466:March  1906    821.88  Xma  Vol.  6. 

The  Brownings   in   Florence.     By  Anne  Hollingsworth  Wharton. 

24:283:467-471:  March  1906    821.88  Xma  Vol.  6. 

A   Great  Poet  in  Her  Prime.    (Reminiscences  of  the  days  when 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning  was  Living  and  Writing.)    By  Thomas 

Wentworth  Higginson.   24:283  :457-459: March  1906    821.88  Xma 

Vol.  6. 

Sonnets  from  the  Portuguese.    Selections  1    and  7.    By  Elizabeth 

Browning.     24:283:466: March    1906;     14:471;    38:503;    73:492 

821.88  Xma  Vol.  6. 
BOOK  NOTES 

Notice  72: Dec.  4,  1886. 
BOOK.  NOTICE  OF 

Contemporary  Review    101  :2:757-760:Literary  Supplement   56. 
BOOK  NOTICES:  SELECT  POEMS  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

By  Percival  Chubb.    Education  Magazine  36:626:May  1916. 

BOOK  REVIEW 

Editor.    South  Atlantic  Quarterly  12:l75-6:April  1913. 

BOOK-SHOP,  THE 

A  Quarterly  Journal.    50:Dec.  1892. 
BOOKS 

Literary  Digest  28: 788-789: May  28.   1904;   30:254-255:Feb.    18. 

1905. 

BOOKS  AND  AUTHORS 

Eclectic    Magazine     139: 696-700: Nov.     1902;     141  :  139-1 40 :July 

1903. 

By  Editor.  Outlook  50:397:Sept.  8,  1894;  52:759:Nov.  9,  1895; 


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Essays  on  Poetry  54:395:Aug.  29.  1896;  55:757:March  13.  1897; 

60:777:Nov.  26.  1898. 

(Mrs.  Browning.)    Outlook  58:380-382: Feb.  5,   1898. 

BOOKS  AND  CRITICS 

By  Mark  Patlison.    Fortnightly  Review  28:659-679: Nov.  1877. 

BOOKS  AND  LITERATURE 

By  William  S.  Walsh.    Illustrated  American '6:62:500-501  : April 
1891;  6:500:April  31.  1891. 

BOOKS  AND  THINGS 

By  Francis  Hackett.    New  Republic  10:299: April  7.  1917. 

By   Philip  Littell.    New   Republic  2:330:May    1.    1915;    13:24: 

Nov.  3.  1917;   13:254:Dec.  29,  1917. 

BOOKS.  CHRISTMAS 

Athenaeum  3187:703 :Nov.  24,  1888. 
BOOKS  FOR  A  SMALL  LIBRARY.  GOOD 

Editorial.    Independent  61:1 180: Nov.  15,  1906. 
BOOKS  IN  BRIEF 

Nation    108:260-261  :Feb.    1919;    108:700-701  :  May    1919;    109: 

49-50:July  1919;    109:94:July  1919;    109: 154- 155:  Aug.   1919. 
BOOKS  IN  ITALY 

Editorial.    Independent  58:1069-71 : May  11,   1905. 
BOOKS.  JUVENILE 

Athenaeum  4070:576-577:Oct.  28,   1905. 
BOOKS  OF  THE  FORTNIGHT 

Dial  66:100:  Jan.  25,  1919. 
BOOKS  OF  THE  MONTH 

Atlantic  Monthly  51 :139-144:Jan.  1883;  58: 286-289: Aug.  1886; 

59:284-288: Feb.  1887;  59:573-576: April  1887;  60:859-860:Dec. 

1887;    62:429-432:Sept.    1888;    63: 139- 144: Jan.    1889;    64:141- 

144: July  1889;  64:575-576:Oct.  1889. 

Fortnightly  Review  28: 730:  Nov.   1877. 
BOOKS  OF  THE  WEEK 

Nation  36:433:May    17,    1883;    39:552:Dec.   25.    1884;    43:423: 

Nov.   18,   1886;   44:106:Feb.  3,   1887;   44:351  :April  21.   1887; 

44:434:May    19.    1887;    44:497:June   9,    1887;    45:60:July   21. 

1887;  45:403:Nov.  17.  1887;  46:373 :May  3,  1888;  46:475:June 

7.  1888;  47:19:July  5.  1888;  47: 100: Aug.  2.  1888;  47:237:Sept. 

20.  1888;  47:507:Dec.  20.  1888;  48:60:Jan.   17,  1889;   48:147: 

Feb.  14,  1889;  48:253:March  21,  1889;  48:312:April  11.  1889; 

48:474: June  6,  1889;  49:60: July  18,  1889;  By  Hiram  Corson  50: 

40:Jan.  9,   1890;   50:304:Aprll   10,  1890;   55:419:Dec.   1.  1892; 

59:348:Nov.  8.  1894;  59:415:Nov.  29.  1894. 

Religious  spirit  in  the  Poets.    By  Editor.    Outlook  67:597: March 

9,  1901. 
BOOKS  RECEIVED 

Editorial.    Chautauquan  8:127:Nov.  1887. 

Literary   Digest  25:534:Oct.  25.   1902;    28:637:April   30.    1904; 

28:751  :May    21.    1904;    29:694:Nov.    19.    1904;    30:27 :Jan.    7. 

1905. 

By  Henry  Frowde.    Literary  Digest  31:1002:Dec.  30.  1905. 

By  Edward  Howard  Griggs.    Literary  Digest  31  :887-888:Dec.  9, 

1905. 

By  Frederic  G.  Kenyon.    Literary  Digest  32:848: June  2.  1906. 
BOOKS.  SOME  RECENT 

By  A  Reader.    Contemporary  Review  89:296-304: Feb.  1906;  90: 

143-152;July  1906;  90: 447-456: Sept.  190^, 


BROWNINGIANA  37 

BOOKS.  STILL  MORE 

Literary  Digest  29:28  July  2.  1904. 

BOOT  AND  SADDLE 
See  Music. 

BOOT.  SADDLE.  TO  HORSE.  AND  AWAY 
See  Music. 

BORDER  LAND  OF  MORALS.  THE 

By  C.  A.  Bartol.    Forum  6:187:Oct.   1888. 

BOSTON  BROWNING  MEMORIAL 

Opening  Address.  Col.  T.  W.  Higginson  14;  Song  from  Robert 
Browning's  Pippa  Passes,  17;  Prayer.  Rev.  Francis  G.  Peabody, 
18;  Hymn,  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.  20;  Memorial  Address, 
Rev.  Charles  Carroll  Everett.  21  ;  Song  from  Robert  Browning's 
Paracelsus,  47 ;  Personal  Reminiscences,  C.  P.  Cranch.  48 ;  Sonnet, 
C.  P.  Cranch,  53 ;  Remarks,  Dana  Esles.  54 ;  Poem,  R.  W.  Gilder, 
59;  Hymn.  Isaac  Watts,  60  ;  Benediction,  Phillips  Brooks,  61  ; 
Committee  of  Arrangement,  62;  Ushers.  63     821.88  Bmb. 

BOSTON  BROWNING  MEMORIAL  SERVICE,  THE 
By  Alice  Kent  Robertson.    Poet  Lore  2:3:152-155. 

BOSTON  BROWNING  SOCIETY 

Robert  Browning's  Birthday.  By  Wm.  Harman  Van  Allen.  Print- 
ed in  Emerson  College  Magazine  20:3: Jan.  1912. 
Contains  a  number  of  birthday  tributes  from  William  Harman  Van 
Allen,  Katherine  Lee  Bates,  Rose  Elizabeth  Cleveland,  Helen  Gray 
Cone,  Richard  Burton,  Arthur  Upson,  Alicia  Van  Buren,  Char- 
lotte Porter,  Harriet  Adams  Sawyer,  Cara  E.  Whiton-Slone,  Marie 
Ada  Molineux  (1909-1910).    821.88  Vb. 

Containing  By-Laws.  Programs.  Catalogues.  1892-93.     821.88  Vb. 
By  E.  E.  Marean.    Poet  Lore  5:2:110-112;   5:3:168;    5:4:228; 
5:6&7:384;  6:1:13-28;  6:11:584;  7:1:55-56;  7:8&9:471-472. 
By  Mary  Collar.    Poet  Lore  8:6:357-366;   10:3:443-445. 
Year  Book  Containing  Programs,   1916.     821.88  Vb. 
The  Centenary  Year  Book  containing  a  list  of  the  members  and 
programs  from  1 885- 1 9 1 2.     82 1 .88  Vb. 

BOSTON  BROWNING  SOCIETY  CATALOGUE 

821.88  Absb  (Copy  1)  ;     821.88  Absb  (Copy  2). 

BOSTON  BROWNING  SOCIETY  FOR  1901-1902.  PROGRAMME 
OF 
Poet  Lore  13:3:437-439. 

BOSTON    BROWNING   SOCIETY    OF   THE    NEW   CENTURY 
CLUB.  1890-1891.  PROGRAMME  OF 
Poet  Lore  2:7:379-384. 

BOSTON  BROWNING  SOCIETY  PAPERS 

By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  10:3:443-445. 

Nation  65:402-3:  Nov.  1897. 

Selected  to  represent  the  Work  of  the  Society  from   1886-1897. 

The  Macmillan  Co..  New  York.  1897.     821.88  Ubp. 
BOSTON  MONDAY  LECTURES 

No.  187.   Leaders  and  Misleaders  in  High  Places.    Anonymous 
BOSTON  REVIEW 

Dramatis  Personae — Robert  Browning,  Reviewed.    4:24:606-607: 

Nov.  1864. 

BOTTOM'S  DREAMS 

By  J.  E.  G.  de  Montmorency.  Contemporary  Review  113:128: 
581-585:May  1918. 


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BOULTING,  WILLIAM 

Chips  from  the  Dror»mng  JVorl^shop.    Contemporary  Review   107: 

667-669:  May  1915     Literary  Supplement  92. 
BOURNE.  HENRY  E. 

The  Cambridge  Hisiorxf  of  the  French  Revolution.   Dial  37:162-4: 

Sept.  16.  1904. 

Reminiscences  of  an  English    Teacher.    Dial  49: 232-233: Oct.    1. 

1910. 
BOWDOIN.  W.  A. 

Holiday^  Books.   Independent  63:2: 1468-75: Dec.  19,  1907. 
BOWEN.  EDWIN  W. 

LongfelloTi)  Trvent^  Years  After.   Sewanee  Review  13:165-176. 

Poe  Fift})  Years  After.   Forum  31  :503:June  1901. 

Tennyson  and  Brorvning.   The  English  Journal  6:503 :Sept.  1917. 
BOWEN,  ROBERT  ADGER 

BroTvning.   Bookman  4:239:Nov.  1896. 

BroTvning,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  43     821.88 

Xht. 
BOY  AND  THE  ANGEL.  THE 

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tume by  Sivori  Levey.     821.88  Hbal.    Copy  1,  Copy  2. 
BOYESEN,  HJALMAR  HJORTH 

Ethics  of  Robert  Browning.   Independent  40 :2: 1595-1 596 :Dec.  13. 

1888. 
BOYLE,  G.  D. 

A  Lecture  on  Browning.   Written  for  the  National  Home-Reading 

Union,  Brown  &  Co.,  Salisbury.     821.88  Dlb. 

Rabbi   Ben   Ezra.     Notes   to   Pocket  Volume   of   Selections   from 

Poems  of  Robert  Browning,  Alex  Hill  86-88     821.88  Dhn. 

Reminiscences  and  Reflections,  Notes   to    the  Pocket    Volume   of 

Selections  from   the  Poems  of  Robert  Browning.    By  Alix  Hill. 

121-140    821.88  Dhn. 

BOYNTON,  H.  W. 

A  Discussion  of  Edward  Dowden's  Robert  Browning.  Atlantic 
Monthly  94:269-270: Aug.   1904. 

BRADFIELD,  GAMALIEL  JR. 

Browning  and  Sainte-Beuve.  North  American  Review  4:191  :488- 
500:April  1910. 

The  Return  of  the  Druses.  Boston  Browning  Society  Papers  264- 
288    821.88  Vbp. 

BRADFIELD.  THOMAS 

Mrs.  Browning's  Ethical  Impulse.  Literary  Digest  13:7I5:Oct.  3. 
1896. 

The  Ethical  Impulse  of  Mrs.  Browning's  Poetry.  Eclectic  Maga- 
zine l27:447-454:Oct.  1896. 

Ethical  Tendencies  of  Matthew  Arnold's  Poetry.  Eclectic  Maga- 
zine 124:310-319:March  1895. 

Thoughts  about  a  New  Poetical  Dawn.  Literary  Digest  1 1  :  10:250: 
June  29.  1895. 

BRADLEY,  ANDREW  CECIL 

Collected  Essa\)5  and  Studies  b\)  Members  of  the  English  Associa- 
tion. Essa})  on  Browning,  By  -William  Palon  Ker.  The  Queen's 
Lecture,  given  at  the  Queen's  College,  London,  March  2,  1910 
(Typewritten)     821.88  Dkb. 

BRAHMS 

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BROWNINGIANA  39 

BRAINERD.  GERTRUDE  GARDNER 

The  Paolo  and  Francesca  Theme  in  Modern  Drama.    Poet  Lore 

27:4:397. 
BRAITHWAITE,  WILLIAM  STANLEY 

BroJvning's  Youth  and  Arl  (Recent  Verse).    Poet  Lore  22:3:231. 

Lyrical  Poetry   of   the  Nev>   Laureate.    Forum   50:888-889:Dec. 

1913. 
BRANSCOMB.  GENA 

See  Music. 
BRATCHER,  LEWIS 

An  Incident  in  the  Life  of  Napoleon.  Georgelonian     821.88  Xblg. 
BRATTS.  NED 

Mr.  Droivning's   Dramatic  Idylls.    By   Mrs.   Orr.    Contemporary 

Review  May  1879. 
BRAWLEY.  BENJAMIN 

BroJi}ning  Elizabeth  Barrett,   and  the  Negro.    Journal   of   Negro 

History  3:22-28: Jan.  1918. 

Pre-Raphaelism  and  Its  Literary  Relation.    South  Atlantic  Quar- 
terly 15:77-78:Jan.  1916. 
BREAKING  THE  RECORD 

By  Israel  Zangwill.    Cosmopolitan  Magazine  18:244:Dec.  1894. 
BREEZE.  SIDWELL  N. 

What  Is  a  Parallelism?     (Jew.)    Shakespearian  a  7:74:1 19:  April 

1890. 
BRETON,  FREDERIC 

Robert  Browning,   Homage  to  Robert  Bron>ning,  Aleph  Tanner 

132    821.88  Xht. 
BRETT.  GEORGE  P. 

The  Reading  of  Books  Nowadays.    Atlantic   Monthly    114:620- 

626:Nov.  1914. 
BREWSTER,  WM.  T. 

Types  of  Recent  Biography.   Forum  38: 102: July  1906. 
BRICKDALE.  ELEANOR  FORTESCUE 

Dramatis   Personae   and  Dramatic   Romances  and  Lyrics.     Illus- 
trated.   Second  Copy. 

Browning's  Dramatis  Personae  (Illustrated).    Dial  51 :479:Dec.  1. 

1911. 

Browning's  Dramatis  Personae:  Dramatic  Romances  and  Lyrics. 

(Illustrated.)    Dial  47:517:Dec.  16.  1909. 

Illustrated;    Pippa   Passes,    and  Men    and    Women.     By   Robert 

Browning.    Chatto  and  Windus   1908. 

Browning's  Pippa  Passes  and  Men  and  Women.    Dial.    49:473: 

Dec.  1,  1910. 
BRIDELL-FOX.  E.  F. 

Robert  Browning.   Argosy  291  :108-1 14:Feb.  1890     821.88  Xman. 

Same.   (Argosy.)    Littell's  Living  Age  184:762-766. 

Robert  Browning,  Homage   to   Robert  Browning,  Aleph   Tanner 

101     821.88  Xht. 
BRIEF  FOR  LITERATURE  AS  A  PROFESSION.  A 

By  Col.  Thomas  Wentworth  Higginson.    Literary  Digest  31:271: 

Aug.  26.  1905. 
BRIEFER  MENTION 

China's  Revolution.   By  Edwin  J.  Dingle,  Book  Review.   Dial  54: 

149:Feb.  16,  1913. 
BRIEFS  OF  NEW  BOOKS 

By  Mrs.  Martha  Dunn.  Dial  39:242:Oct.  16.  1905. 

By  Laurie  Magnus.    Dial  48: 152-3: March  1.  1910. 


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BRIGHT.  NORMA  K. 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Broivning — Life,  Career  and  Personalit\f.    Book 

News  24:283:460-463:March  1906    821.88  Xma  Mag.  Art.  6. 
BRINTON.  DANIEL  G. 

A  Death  in  the  Desert.   Taken  from  Facettes  of  Love.    Poet  Lore 

1:1:25-26. 

Addresses  on  Broi»ning,  at  the  memorial  meeting  of  the  Department 

of  Browning  Society  of  the  New  Century  Club  of  Philadelphia. 

Poet  Lore  2:1:40-49. 

Art  Poems  of  Robert  Brorvning.   Poet  Lore  2:3:146-147. 

Browning  on  Unconventional  Relations.    Poet  Lore  4:5:266-71. 

The  Epilogues  of  Browning:  Their  Artistic  Significance.  Poet  Lore 

4:2:57-64. 

Facettes  of  Love:  from  Browning.    Poet  Lore  1 :1  :l-27. 

The  Idea  of  Cod  in  The  Sun,  Feristah's  Fancies.    Poet  Lore3 :3 : 

254-257. 

A^eip  Poetic  Forms  as  Shown  in  Browning,  The.    Poet  Lore  2:5: 

234-246. 

Suggestions  for  Browning  Stud^.    Poet  Lore  8:1:51-53. 

Traces  of  Shelle))  in  Browning.   Poet  Lore  2:12:662-666.   Read  at 

The  Philadelphia  Browning  Society. 
BRITANNICA,  THE  NEW  VOLUMES  OF  THE  ENCYCLOPEDIA 

Athenaeum  3903:21 1-213:  Aug.  16,  1902. 
BRITISH  ART  AT  VENICE 

By   Marcus   B.    Huish    (1 9th   Cent.)     Littell's   Living   Age   262: 

404-410. 

Same.  Nineteenth  Century  66:89-96: July  1909. 
BRITISH  QUARTERLY  REVIEW 

Tennyson's  Poems.   LittelKs  Living  Age  147:786-795. 
BRITISH  WEEKLY 

Robert  Browning.    Critic  31 5:22: Jan.    11,    1890.     See   Magazine 

Articles  No.  1.     821.88  Xman. 
BRITTANY.  BROWNING'S  SUMMERS  IN 

By   Ange    M.    Mosher.     See    Index.     Spell   of   Brittany. 

By  A.   M.  Mosher.    Century  32    (New  series)   54;    (Old  series) 

755-768. 

Spell  of  Brittanyf.    By  A.  M.  Mosher.   See  Index. 
BRITTON.  J.  J. 

Browning  at  The  Cenci,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tan- 
ner 55    821.88  Xht. 

Browning's  Mildred.    Poet  Lore  5:5:266-272. 

BROCKINGTON,  A.  ALLEN 

Robert  Browning's  Answers  to  Questions  Concerning  Some  of  His 

Poems.   Cornhill  Magazine  213  New  Series  (651  OS)  March  1914 

821.88  Zcm. 
BROGDEN.  CLAUDE 

The  Modern  Note  in  Literature.   Literary  Digest  27:897:Dec.  26. 

1903. 

BRONSON,  KATHERINE,  COLEMAN  DE  KAY 

Author  of  the  Browning  Articles.    Century  63:638:Feb.  1902. 
Browning   in    Venice.     Century    Magazine   63: 572-584: Feb     1902 
821.88  Xman. 
Cornhill  Magazine  25:353-354:March  1902. 

BRONSON'S.  MRS..  HOSPITALITY 

A  Friend  of  Browning's.    By  Lilian  Whiting.    Springfield  Sunday 
Republican  Oct.  6,  1918. 


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BRONWYN.  FRANK 

(Painted.)    Palazzo  Rezzonico,  Robert  Bror»mngs  Home  in  Ven- 
ice. Century  85 :445:Jan.  1913. 
BROOKE.  L.  LESLIE 

Drawings  to  Pippa  Passes,  A  Drama  by  Robert  Browning.   Duck- 
worth &  Co.,  London,  1898     821.88  Hppd  (Two  Copies). 
BROOKE  ON  TENNYSON,  MR.  STOPFORD 

Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  181 :485-513:April  1895. 
BROOKE,  STOPFORD  A. 

By  Editor.  Outlook  70:869: April  5,  1902. 

Robert   Browning.     Contemporary    Review.     Littell's   Living   Age 

184:290-297:Feb.  1890    821.88  Dbj. 

Robert  Broivning's  Attitude  of  Detachment.    Literary  Digest  26: 

149-150:Jan.  31,  1903. 

Brojvnings  Treatment  of  Nature.  Critic  40:4:308-3l4:April  1902; 

40:533-536:June  1902;   41 :69-74:July  1902. 

The  Ebb-Tide  of  Poetr})  and  Criticism.    Literary  Digest  21 :691 : 

Dec.  8.  1900. 

By  Eleanor  Hull.    Fortnightly  Review  106:449-450:Sept.  1916. 

Impression  of  Browning  and  His  Art.  Century  Magazine  238-245: 

Dec.  1892    821.88  Xman. 

The  Poetr})  of  Robert  Browning.  Thomas  Y.  Crowell  &  Co.,  New 

York     821.88  Dbp  (Two  Copies). 

Review  of  the  Poetr})  of  Robert  Browning.    Outlook  73:268-269: 

Feb.  7.  1903. 
BROOKE'S  LECTURES,  STOPFORD  A. 

Books  and  Authors.   Littell's  Living  Age  220:604;  223:402. 
BROOKES  MONOGRAM  ON  ROBERT  BROWNING  STOPFORD 

Boo^s  and  Authors.    Littell's  Living  Age  234:823. 
BROOKLYN  PUBLIC  LIBRARY 

List  of  Browning  Books  and  References  to  Periodicals  in     821.88 

Abpl. 
BROOKS.  PHILLIPS 

Benediction  at  the  Boston   Browning  Society  Service.     Browning 

Memorial  61     821.88  Mmb. 
BROOKS.  VAN  TYNE 

The  L-^ric  Origins  of  Swinburne.   Poet  Lore  18:4:468-477. 
BROOKSBAND.  B. 

Poetic  Emotions  and  Affirmities.    Eclectic  Magazine  40:166-173: 

Aug.  1884. 
BROOMELL,  CLYDE  W. 

Pleasure.   New  Church  Review  16:575-585  :Oct.  1909. 
BROWN.  ALFRED  H. 

Poetry  of  Ceorge   Cabot  Lodge.    Twentieth  Century   1  :403-414: 

Feb.  1910. 

BROWN.  ANNA  ROBERTSON 

The  Lotus  Symbolism  in  Homer,  Theocritus,  Moschus,   Tennyson, 
and  Browning.    Poet  Lore  2:12:625-634. 

BROWN.  FRANK  C. 

Technique  of  Non-Dramatic  Blank  Verse.    South  Atlantic  Quar- 
terly 11:96-98:  Jan.  1912. 

BROWN.  LETTERS  OF  DR.  JOHN 

Independent  65:493: Aug.  27,  1908. 

BROWN.  LILLIAN  ROWLAND 

War  Poetry    of    Women.     Nineteenth   Century    81 :434-452:F»b. 
1917. 


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BROWNE.  JUNIUS  HENRI 

The  Poet  of  the  Opaque.    Galaxy  19:6: 764-774: June  1875. 

BROWNE,  W.  H. 

Browning's  Lapses.    American  Journal  of  Philology  32:241:482-    ^^^ 

^^^'  .  .  ...  .   IB 

Browning  s  Poems.    Frontispiece  Engraving  of  Robert  Browning.    "^^ 
New  Eclectic  Magazine  5:6:71  l-725:Dec.  1869     821.88  Xmnc. 
On  Browning  and  Tennyson.   American  Journal  of  Philology  32: 
484-485. 

BROWNELL,  W.  C. 

French   Traits:   The  Social  Instinct.    Scribner's  Magazine  2:106- 

11 8:  July  1887. 

By  Percy  Adams  Hutchinson.    Bookman  9:171  :April  1899. 

BROWNING 

By  J.  Westby  Earnshaw.    In  manuscript. 

The  Immortals  and  Other  Poems.    Love  and  the   Universe.    By 

Albert  D.  Watson.    73-76. 

BROWNING.  ELIZABETH  BARRETT 

Analecta.   Mrs.  Browning's  Letters.   Gathered  by  Mary  Trammell 
Scott.     821.88  Xalm. 
Atlantic  Monthly  8: 368-3 76: Sept.    1861. 

Miss  Barrett's  Poems.   By  S.  Margaret  Fuller.    Paperi  on  Litera- 
ture and  Art  22-30    821.88. 

Books  and  Authors — Elizabeth  Browning.    By  Editor.    Outlook. 
57:1013:Dec.  25.  1897. 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning  and  the  Negro.  By  Benjamin  Brawley. 
Journal  of   Negro  History  3:22-28: Jan.   1918. 
A  Poet's  Mind.    Editorial.    Dial  47:5-7: July   1.    1909. 
Mrs.   Browning   and   Miss   Lowe.     (English    Review.)     Eclectic 
Magazine  22: 33  7-344:  March  1851. 

Elizabeth  Browning  in  Her  Letters.    Athenaeum  4092:41 9: April 
1.  1906. 

Mrs.  Browning  in  Letters.    By  Richard  Henry  Stoddard.    Inde- 
pendent 39:1  :737-738;  39:2:770-771;  39:3:803-804. 
Mrs.  Browning  in  Poetry  Toda^.    By  Henry  S.  Pancoast.    Book 
News  24:464-466:March  1906. 

Letter  of  E.  B.  Browning.    By  F.  G.  Kenyon.    Athenaeum  3654: 
627-628 :Nov.  6.   1897  . 

Letters  of  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    By  Louis  J.  Black.    Dial 
23:274-7:  Nov.  16,  1897. 

Mrs,  Browning's  Letters.    (Athenaeum.)    Littell's  Living  Age  215: 
739-743. 

Same.  Nation   24:105-6:Feb.    1877;    66:1 12-1 13:Feb.    1898. 
Same.  By  A.  Orr.    Athenaeum  3669:247-248: Feb.  19.  1898. 
Mrs.  Browning's  New  Poem.    (Athenaeum.)     Eclectic  Magazine 
23:41 5-41 9: July  1851. 

Mrs.  Browning's  Parentage.    By  John  Ingram.    Athenaeum  3480: 
33: July  7.  1894;   3484 : 1 60 : Aug.  4.   1894. 
Cambridge  Poets.    Edited  by  Horace  E.  Scudder. 
By  William  Boyd  Carpenter,  Lord  Bishop  of  Ripon.  in  Masson't 
In  the  Footsteps  of  the  Poets  276-296     821.04  M419i. 
Celebrities  and  I.   B^  Henrietle  Corkran.   31-38     B  C799c. 
Complete  Poems  with  introduction  by  Lilian  Whiting.     821.88. 
By  John  Dennis.    Leisure  Hour  86-90:  Feb.  1889     821.88  Xbm; 
also  Littell's  Living  Age  180:629-635: March  9.  1889. 


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Eclectic  Magazine   142:825-829  June   1904. 

Early  Poems — The  Battle  of  Marathon.  Athenaeum  3341 :6I8- 
619:Nov.  7.  1891. 

By  E.  M.  K.    The  Magazine  of  Poetry  161 -165: April   1893. 
Elizabeth  Barrett's  Influence  on  Browning's  Poetry.    By  John  W. 
Cunliffe.    Modern  Language  23:169-183     821.88  Bwe. 
English  Men  and   Women  of  Letters  of  the  Nineteenth  Century. 
By    Mrs.    Humphrey    Ward.     Atalanla    12:708-71 2 :Sept.    1888 
821.88  Xbm. 

By  E.  S.    Nation  48:7-8:Jan.  3.  1889     821.88  Xman. 
Essays  on  the  English  Poets  and  the  Creel(  Christian  Poets.    By 
Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.     821.88  Hie  V.  2. 
Forest  Thought.   Current  Literature  39:21 9: Aug.  1905. 
Cerousios  Oinos.    Century  87:889: April   1914. 
Four  Poems,  Selected  by  F.  W.  Farrar,  Canon  of  Westminster. 
In  With  the   Poets;    a  Selection   of   English   Poetry.    Suttaby   & 
Co.,  London,  England,   1883.     821.08  F242w. 
The  Creel(  Christian  Poets  and  the  English  Poets.    First  Edition 
lVorI(s — Essays   on    the    CreeJi    Christian  Poets   and   the   English 
Poets.    By  EHzabeth  Barrett  Browning.     821.88  Epeb. 
Mrs.  BroTi>ning's  Essays  on   the  Poets.    Christian  Examiner  238: 
24-43: July  1863     821.88  Xbm. 
1863    821.88  Egcp. 

Her  Religious  Opinions  as  Addressed  to  IVilliam  Merry.  By 
Nicoll  and  Thomas  Wise.  In  Literary  Anecdotes  of  the  Nineteenth 
Century  2:123-141. 

Her  Scarcer  Bool^s.  By  W.  Robertson  Nicoll  and  Thomas  J. 
Wise.  In  Literary  Anecdotes  of  the  Nineteenth  Century  81-101. 
By  Emily  Hickey.  Nineteenth  Century  74: 164- 184: July  1913. 
By  R.  H.  Home.  (Letters  from  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning  to 
the  author  of  Orion  on  Literary  and  General  Topics.)  Con- 
temporary  Review  23:146-161  :Dec.    1872. 

Days  With  the  Victorian  Poets.  Hodder  &  Stoughton,  Pub- 
lishers.   821.04  D275dv. 

By  John  H.  Ingram.  Athenaeum  3145:146:Feb.  4,  1888;  3191: 
850:Dec.  22,  1888. 

By  John  H.  Ingram.    Famous   Women.     821.88  Bmi. 
In  Her  Letters.    By  Percy  Lubbock.     821.88  Bblf. 
To   Elizabeth  Barrett  Broj»ning  in    1851.    In   Poems.    By  Dora 
Greenwell.    192    821.8  G816. 

In  Richard  de  Gallienne's  Loves  of  the  Poets.     Bc8  L496. 
By  Eva  Marie  Kennedy.    Magazine  of  Poetry.    Quarterly  Review 
5:2:161-163:April    1893. 

Last  Poems,  with  a  memorial  by  Theodore  Tilton,  1862.  (Rare) 
821.88  Gmm. 

La  Vie  Et  L'Oeuvre  De  Elizabeth  Browning.  By  Marie  Merlette. 
Athenaeum  4045: 585 -586:  May  13,  1905. 

Les  Sonnets  Du  Portugais.  d'Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.  Tra- 
duits  en  vers  Francais  avec  Preface,  Texts  anglais  en  regard  el 
notes.    Par  Leon  Morel.     821.88  Hspfm. 

Letters.  By  Harriet  Waters  Preston.  Atlantic  83:81 2-826: June 
1899. 

Same.  By  Anne   Ritchie.    Harper's  Monthly  84:832-55. 
Letters  and  Essays.    Addressed  to  Richard  Hengist  Home.    With 
a    preface    and    Memoir    by    Richard    Henry    Stoddard.      (Two 
volumes)     821.88  Hie. 


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Letters  From  Elizabeth  Barrett  Broivning  to  the  Author  of  Orion 
on  Literar}f  and  General   Topics.    By   R.  H.  Home.     (Contem- 
porary Review.)     Littell's  Living  Age   120:535-47. 
Same.  By  R.  H.  Home.   Contemporary  Review  120:281 -290: Feb. 
28,  1874    821.88  Xbm. 

Letters  of.    By  Frederic  G.  Kenyon.    (2  volumes)     821.88  Belk.  " 
The    Library^    of    Literary^    Criticism    of   English    and    American 
Authors.    Edited  by  Charles  Moullon.    1855-1874.    6:228-247. 
Life,  Career  and  Personality.    By  Norma  K.  Bright.    Book  Newt 
24:283:460-463:  March   1906. 

The  Life  of.  By  Robert  Browning.  Athenaeum  3146:179:Feb. 
n,  1888. 

Literaryf  East  Anglia.    914.26  D979. 

Literary  Treasures  Unearthed.  By  W.  G.  Kingsland.  Poet  Lore 
8:1:23-27:1896. 

By  Thomas  Powell.  The  Living  Authors  of  England  137-152 
Be  P886. 

(London  Times.)  Littells  Living  Age  241:312-316;  249:173- 
179. 

See  Newspaper  Clippings. 
(MacM.)    Littell's  Living  Age  179:802-808. 

By  Mrs.  Humphry  Ward.  Magazme  Articles.  Atalanta,  Sept. 
1883.  English  Men  and  Women  of  the  Nineteenth  Century  12 
821.88  Xbm. 

By  John  Dennis.  Magazine  Articles.  Leisure  Hour  Feb.  1889 
821.88  Xbm. 

Letters  From.  By  R.  H.  Home.  Magazine  Articles.  Littell's 
Living  Age.     821.88  Xbm. 

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Mention  of  in  Tall^s  About  New  Books.  Frank  Leslie's  44:720. 
By  M.  J.  Milsand.  In  Revue  des  Deux  Mondes.  21st  Year — New 
Periods.  (La  Poesie  Anglaise  Depuis  Byron.)  Elizabeth  Brown- 
ing, J.  Edmund  Reade,  Henri  Taylor;  par  M.  J.  Milsande.  11: 
2:339-361     821.8  M661. 

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J.  Wise.  In  Literary  Anecdotes  of  the  Nineteenth  Century  1 : 
33-41. 

Poem  to.    By  M.  P.  Guild.    Atlantic  86:420-421  :Sept.   1900. 
Poems  Before  Congress.   Athenaeum  1690:371-372:1860. 
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4  contains  a  memorial  by  Theodore  Tillon.     821.88  Gmw. 
Poet  and  Woman.    By  Jean  Roberts.    East  and  West  5:59:865- 
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The  Poetical  Works  of.  Hurst  &  Co.,  New  York.  821.88  Gmb. 
Same.  Complete  Edition,  with  Biographical  Introduction.  A.  L. 
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Poetryf  Of.    In  Westminster  Review  234 : 1 84- 1 89  :Oct.  1892. 
Same.  Magazine  Articles.    Westminster  Review  234: 180-1 89  :Oct. 
1882    821.88  Xbm. 

Reading  From  Aurora  Leigh.    Chautauquan  60:124:Sept.  1910. 
By  Fannie  Zampini  Salazar.    In  Italian.    1896.    Preface  by  An- 
tonio Fogazzaro.     821.88  Bs. 

Scholarship  CompetilioT\  Questions.  Atalanta  712:Sept.  1888 
821.88  Xbm. 

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Harper's  Monthly  Magazine  530-539  821.88  Xsf. 
Sonnets  From  the  Portuguese.  Selections  1  and  7.  By  Elizabeth 
Barrett  Browning.  Book  News  24:283:466: March  1906;  14,  24: 
283:471  :March  1906:Magazine  Article  6;  18,  24:283:492: March 
1906:Magazine  Article  6;  38,  24: 283: 503: March  1 906 : Magazine 
Arhcle  6     821.88  Xma  Vol.  6. 

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Same.  Homage  to  Robert  BroTi)ning,  Aleph  Tanner  7-21  821.88 
Xht. 

A  Stud]f  of.  By  W.  H.  M.  New  Church  Review  7:317-319: 
April   1900. 

By  Th.  T.    Athenaeum  231  :  1840: 153  :Jan.  31.  1863. 
Thackeray,    Wm.  MaJ^epeace,   and  the  Late  Louis  Napoleon,   A 
Liltle    CirVs    Recollections    of.     By    Henriette   Corkran.     Eclectic 
Magazine  124:345-349:  March  1895. 

To  a  Swallo7»  Building  Under  Our  Eay>es.  Manual  Training  18: 
221:Jan.  1917. 

To  Robert  Litton.  From  Elizabeth  Barrett  Broxpning.  Bookman 
39:312-313  :May  1914. 

By  Mme.  Octavia  Walton  Le  Vert.    (Hearth  and  Home.)    New 
Eclectic  Magazine  4:2:221 -224  :Feb.   1869. 
Victorian  Poets.    By  Amy  Sharp.    103-120     822.8  S531v. 
Voices   of  the  Living  Poets.    Current  Opinion   62: 128- 130:  Feb. 
1917. 

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sau,  Wisconsin,    1899. 

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Father,  Defense  of.    By  C.  J.  Moulton  Barrett.    Literary  Digest 
18:578:May  20.  1899. 

Mrs.  Broroning's  Parentage.  By  John  H.  Ingram.  Athenaeum 
3487:255: Aug.  25,  1894. 

Same.  By  John  Robinson.  Athenaeum  3482:97: July  21,  1894; 
3486:223-224:  Aug.   18,  1894. 

Mrs.  Browning's  Poems.  M.  A.  Donahue  &  Co.,  Chicago,  111. 
821.88  Gmd. 

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553:May  7,  1898. 

BROWNING,    ELIZABETH    BARRETT— POEMS    DEDICATED 
TO  OR  INSPIRED  BY  HER 

Bi>  the  Fireside.  By  Robert  Browning.  Browning's  Complete 
Poems. 

Clasped  Hands.  By  Anne  Cleveland  Cheney.  Poet  Lore  17:4: 
102. 

Da})  at  Tivoli — Prologue.    By  John  Ken  yon. 
Da})  at  Tivoli,  A.    By  John  Kenyon. 
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Elizabeth    Barrett    Browning.     By    Ruth    Baldwin    Chenery. 
Vesper  Time. 

Same.  By  Norma  Bright  Carson.  Poetical  Favorites,  Yours  and 
Mine  59. 

Epilogue  to  Asolando.  By  Robert  Browning.  Browning's  Com- 
plete Poems. 

For  the  Anniversary   of  Mrs.   BroTonings  Death.    By  Elizabeth 
Porter  Gould.    The  Brorvnings  and  America  102. 
Civendoline.    By  Bayard  Taylor.     A  Parody  Anthology,  Carolyn 
Wells. 

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Carolyn  Wells. 

In  the  Poet's  Corner.  By  Catherine  Lee  Bates.  Boston  Browning 
Society   1909-1910   13. 

Letters  of  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Barrett.  By  Rev.  William  Brun- 
ton.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner. 
Same.  Anonymous.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner. 
Memories.  By  Joyce  Kilmer.  Main  Si.  and  Other  Poems  28-30. 
My  Star.  By  Robert  Browning.  Robert  Browning's  Complete 
Poems. 

O  Lyric  Love,  Half  Angel  and  Half  Bird.  By  Robert  Browning. 
Browning's   Complete   Poems. 

One  Word  More.    (To  E.  B.  B.)    By  Robert  Browning. 
On  the  Bronze  Clasped  Hands  of  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Browning. 
By   Ruth  Baldwin   Chenery.    At   Vesper   Time. 
On  the  Death  of  Mrs.  Browning.   By  Sydney  Dobell.    Every  Day 
in  the  Year  223— R    821.08  F699. 
Same.  By  W.  W.  Story. 

Prospice.  By  Robert  Browning.  Browning's  Complete  Poems, 
Sonnets  From  the  Portuguese.  By  Allen  Eastman  Cross.  Poet  Lore 
172:  April  1889. 

Same.  By  Neeta  Marquis.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph 
Tanner. 

Strong-Hearted  Lover  of  the  Sore-Oppressed.  By  Earl  Rosslyn, 
1861.    Moulton  6:232. 

Ta^e  Home  Her  Heart.  By  H.  D.  Rawnsley.  Browning  Society 
Papers    12:49*. 

There's  a  Woman  Lil^e  a  Dew-Drop.   By  Robert  Browning.   Lyric 
from  A  Blot  in  the  'Scutcheon.    Browning's  Complete  Poems. 
To  E.  B.  B.    By  James  Thomson.    Every  Day  in  the  Year.    (Jas. 
D.   Ford  and  Mary   K.  Ford)    224     R.  821.07  F699. 
To    Elizabeth    Barrett    Browning,    1851.     By    Dora    Greenwell. 
Poems  192    821.8  G816. 

To  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning  1861.  By  Dora  Greenwell. 
Poems  193. 

To  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Browning.    By  Marion  Pellon  Guild. 
What  Flush  Might  Have  Said.    By  Isabella  Fiske. 
Voung  Lady  Then,  Whom  to  Miss  Were  a  Carat,  A.    By  Leigh 
Hunt.    Blue  Stoc}(ing  Revels,  Moulton's  Library  of  Literary  Crit- 
icism 6:243. 

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pendent 83: 394: Sept.  20.  1915. 

Anonymous.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  118 
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Bell's  Minialure  Series  of  Creal  Writer.    By  Sir  Frank  T.  Mar- 

zials.   621.88  Emm. 

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An  Appreciation.    Bookmart  7:81 :393-396:Feb.  1890. 

April  in  England  C.  L.  S.  C.    Round  Table.    Chautauquan  62: 

266:  April   1911. 

By   A.    Bennett.     Homage    to    Robert    Brojvning,    Aleph   Tanner 

Biographic  Clinics.    By  George  M.  Gould.    De  Quinc^,  Carl^le, 

Darwin,  Huxley,  and  Browning.    1 :  125-135     612.8453  G696b. 

Biographical  Notes,   Appreciation   and  Selections   from   his   Fifty 

Men  and  Women.    By  Pauline  Leavens.     821.88  XI. 

By  Robert  Adger  Bowen.    Bookman  4:239:  Nov.  1896. 

By  Robert  Adger  Bowen.    Homage  lo  Robert  Browning,  Aleph 

Tanner  43     821.88  Xht. 

By  Frederic  Bretom,  Homage  lo  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

132    821.88  Xht. 

By  E.   F.  Bridell-Fox.    Argosy  291  :  108-1 14 :Feb.   1890     821.88 

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By  E.  F.  Bridell-Fox,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

101  821.88  Xht.   March  23.  1890. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age   1 84: 762-66: March  23,    1890. 
By  Stopford  A.  Brooke.    (Contemp.  R.)    Littell's  Living  Age  184: 
290-297. 

Robert  Browning,  the  Man.  By  William  G.  Kingsland.  Poet 
Lore  5:5:229-36. 

Browning's  Defence  of  His  Alleged  Obscurity  of  Style.  Dial  41 : 
231-232:Oct.  16.  1906. 

Mrs.  Browning's  Life.    Athenaeum  3146:1 79 :Feb.  11.  1888. 
By  Robert  Buchanan,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 
52    821.88  Xht. 

By  Richard  Burton,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 
26    821.88  Xht. 

Poem.  By  Witter  Bynner.  Current  Literature  53:110:July  1912. 
By  Madison  Cawein,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 
40    821.88  Xht. 

Celebrities  and  I.  By  Henrielte  Corkran.  11-17,  31-38,  162-170. 
B  C799C. 

By  E.  R.  Chapman,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 
120    821.88  Xht. 

Chief  Poet  of  the  Age.  An  Essay.  Addressed  Primarily  to  Be- 
ginners in  the  Study  of  Browning's  Poems.  By  William  G.  Kings- 
land.   27    821.88  E.  k.  j. 

Same.  New  Edition  1890.  With  Biographical  and  other  Additions. 
821.88  Dkr. 

Chronicle  and  Comment.    Bookman  6:6:487-501  :Feb.  1898. 
Same.  London,  J.  W.  Jarvis  &  Co.,  1887.     821.88  Dkei. 
By  Florence  Coates,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

102  821.88  Xht. 

A  Common  Sense  Browning.    Everybody's  Magazine  9:Oct.  1903. 

A  Comparative  Estimate  of  Modern  English  Poets.    By  J.  Devey. 

820.7  D491ce. 

Contemporary  Review.   Eclectic  Magazine  68:501 -51 3: April  1867. 

From  Contemporary  Review.  First  Paper.    Eclectic  Magazine  314- 

323:  March  1867. 

By  C.  P.  Cranch,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

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By  Miles  M.  Dawson,  Homage  to  Robert  BroVfning,  Aleph  Tanner 
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By  Agnes  Maud  Machar.    Century  39:736: March  1890. 
Alfred  Tennyson.   By  Alfred  Lyall.    13,  94,  178,  179,  180-182. 
The    Cambridge   HhtorX)   of   Literature    13.  fll 

English  Literature  in  the  Nineteenth  Century.  By  Laurie  Magnus. 
63.  280-289. 

The  Nature  and  Elements  of  Poetry.  By  Edmund  Clarence 
Stedman.  24,  56,  108-110,  169,  191-193,  197,  213,  219,  272,  277. 
35.  42,  60,  69.  136.  142,  215,  288,  290. 

References  in  Some  Principles  of  Literary  Criticism.  By  C.  T. 
Winchester.  90,136-138,  151,  212.  230.  246-247.  264,  280,  318, 
335. 

Sivinburn  and  the  S7i>inbumians.  By  Harry  Thurston  Peck.  Book- 
man 29:380-389:  Jan.   1909. 

References  in  Tragedy.  By  Ashley  H.  Thorndike.  14,  129,  182, 
222.  346,  354,  355,  361,  363.  364. 

Age  of  Tennyson.   By  Hugh  Walker.   43-51.  220,  228-233,  244. 
By  William  Lyon  Phelps.    Century  84:1 18-127:May   1912. 
By  Anne  Thackeray  Ritchie.    Records  of  Tennyson,  Rusffin  and 
Broii>ning.  Elizabeth  Barrett  and  Robert  Brojvning  127-190. 
See  Letters. 

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cent. 

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11-12. 

The    Library    of    Literary    Criticism    of    English    and    American 
Authors.    Edited  by  Charles  Moulton.    1875-1890.    7:677-720. 
Lovett  Literature  Series.    Selections  from  the  Poetical  Work.    By 
Ruth  McDaniel.   90. 
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By  Clara  L.  Nicolay.    In  manuscript. 

Popular  Boolgs  of  the  Season.  Everybody's  Magazine  1  :403-404: 
1899;  1:305-306:1899. 

A  Prefactory  Note.  By  J.  H.  Ingram.  Athenaeum  3301 :153:Jan. 
31,   1891. 

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References  in   The  Troubadours  at  Home.    By  Justin  H.  Smith. 
254,  258,  260,  261,  272    849.1  S653. 

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Alfred  Domett.     821.88. 

Special  Reading  List  Worcester  Free  Public  Library  2-8: Jan. 
1899. 

By  Aubrey  DeVere,  Homage  to  Robert  Bromning,  Aleph  Tanner 
45,78,116-117    821.88  Xht. 

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J  79. 

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22    821.88  Xht.      ' 

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Editorial.    Independent  41 :2:1689:Dec.  19,  1889. 
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Emerson  and  Other  Esaa^s.  By  John  Jay  Chapman.  185-213 
814  C466e. 

English  Men  of  Letters.    By  G.  K.  Chesterton.      821.88  Bch. 
The  English  Poets.    Edited  by  Thomas  Humphry  Ward.   Appen- 
dix to  Vol.   IV   Browning,    Matthew   Arnold,   Tennyson     821.86 
Swm. 

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Essay^s  and  Sermons.    By  William  Robertson.    1-59     821.88  Dre, 
Essays  and   Thoughts.    By  John   T.   Nettleship.     (Two   Copies.) 
821.88  Dnef. 

Essayfs  on  English  Literature.  By  Thomas  McNicoll.  298-314 
820.4  Ml 69. 

Faith  and  Doubt  in  the  Centur\)'s  Poets.  By  Richard  A.  Arm- 
strong.   114-136    808.1  A837fd. 

Faith  and  Sight.  By  William  Pierson  Merrill.  12^-144  230 
M571. 

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for  numerous  references.     B  F257m. 

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tenary Celebration     821.88  Xfg. 

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121     821.88  Xht. 

By  Darrell  Figgis.  The  English  Review.  Edited  by  Austin  Har- 
rison May  1912.    238-254     821.88  Drf. 

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1:212-213;  2:25-26.30,169-174    B  C551h. 
Eraser's  Magazine  398:240-56:Feb.   1863     821.88  Dos. 
Frederick  James  Furnivall,  A  Record.    63-72     X  F989pr. 
By  Elizabeth  Porter  Gould,  Homage  to  Robert  Broit>ning,  Aleph 
Tanner  127     821.88  Xht. 

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Great  Thoughts  and  Christian  Graphic.  6:142:138-141  :Sepl.  18, 
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By  Hall  Griffin.  Littell's  Living  Age  243:574.  Books  and  Authors. 
By  C.  H.  Herford.     821.88  Dhr. 
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Same.  New  Church  Review  12:637-638:Oct.  1905. 
Herve  Riel.    (Cornh.)    Littell's  Living  Age  109:63-64. 
Higher  Ministeries  of  Recent  English  Poetry.   By  Frank  W.  Gun- 
saulus.    178-233  (Two  Copies)     821.01  G976m. 
Same.  (Typewritten)     821.88  Gghm. 

Home  Life  of  Great  Authors.  By  Hattie  Tyng  Griswold.  274- 
285    Be  G871. 

By  A.  B.  Houghton.  The  Harvard  Monthly  2:3:95- 108: May 
1886. 

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ner 122     821.88  Xht. 

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(Typewritten)     821.88  Dkb. 

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By  F.  G.  Kenyon.   Athenaeum  4410:491 :  May  4,  1912. 
By  Professor  Jusserand.    Poet  Lore  12:4:624. 
By  Bertha  Laffan,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanned 
61     821.88  Xht. 

By  Andrew  Lang.  (Conlemp.  R.)  Lltteil's  Living  Age  190:563- 
570. 

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820.4  M131. 

In  Lectures  on  Literature  and  Art  5:139-179.    Mr.  Tennyson  and 
Mr.  Browning.   By  Edward  Dowden.     820.4  L471a. 
By  Sara  Tawney  Lefferts,  Homage  to  Robert  Brott>ning,  Aleph 
Tanner  46     821.88  Xht. 

By  Richard  Le  Galliene,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph 
Tanner  42     821.88  Xht. 

Letter  to  a  Friend.  (Leisure  Hour.)  Littell's  Living  Age  184:768. 
The  Library  Table,  The  Year's  at  the  Spring.  Chautauquan  13: 
121:April  1891. 

By  Dorothea  Lawrence  Mann,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph 
Tanner  49     821.88  Xht. 

By  Marie  Ada  Molineux,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph 
Tanner  49     821.88  Xht. 

By  Irene  Elder  Morton,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tan- 
ner 128-129    821.88  Xht. 

By  Loruise  Chandler  Moulton,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph 
Tanner  107     821.88  Xht. 

Poem.    Nassau  Literary  Magazine  469:  Feb.  1890. 
By  Roden   Noel.    Contemporary   Review  44:701-718:Nov.    1883 
821.88  Dnor. 

By  George  O'Bryne,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 
139-142    821.88  Xht. 

Poem.    By  J.  Peet.    Century  72:253: June  1906. 
By  Jeannie  Peet,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  57 
821.88  Xht. 

By  C.  E.  D.  Phelps,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 
58    821.88  Xht. 

A  Sonnet.    By  C.  E.  D.  Phelps.    Poet  Lore  5:5:288. 
Poem.    By  Elizabeth  Phelps.    Independent  41:2:1717. 
By  Elizabeth  Stuart  Phelps- Ward.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning, 
Aleph  Tanner  133     821.88  Xht. 

A  Picture  of  Joseph  Milsand.  Scribner's  Magazine  20: 108: July 
1896. 

A  Poem  to.  By  Pakenham  Beatty.  Littell's  Living  Age  198:770. 
Poet  and  Man.  A  Survey.  By  Elisabeth  Luther  Cary.  821.88 
Dca. 

Salve.     By   Charlotte   Pendleton.     Poet   Lore    1:11:545.    Also   in 
Homage  to  Browning  by  Aleph  Tanner  106. 
By  Harriet  Adams  Sawyer,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph 
Tanner  62     821.88  Xht. 

A  Sequence  of  Sonnets  on  the  Death  of  Robert  Browning.  By  A. 
C.  Swinburne.  (Forln.  R.)  Littell's  Living  Age  184:447-448: 
Feb.  15,  1890. 

Poem.  By  William  Sharp.  (Two  Copies.)  Art  Review  33-36: 
Feb.  1890    821.88  Xpsr. 

By  William  Sharp,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 
136-139    821.88  Xht. 

By  George  Jay  Smith,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 
80-82    821,88  Xht, 


i 


BROWNINGIANA  51 

Kaicho   On,  Translated  into  Japanese  by   Bin   Uyeda;    Proipice, 

121-125;  Tt)>o  Poets  of  Croisic,  126-128;  James  Lee  VII  (Among 

the  Rocks),    129-131  .Pippa  Passes    (The  Year's  at  the  Spring). 

132-133;  Asolando  (Summum  Bonum).  134-140     821.88  Xku. 

Catalogue  69-70  J.  Pearson  &  Co. 

In  Slra}f  Records.   By  Clifford  Harrison.  149-154     B  H3 18  Vol.1. 

By  Theo.  Stone,  Homage  to  Robert  Drorvning,  Aleph  Tanner  75 

821.88  Xht. 

By  Richard  Henry  Stoddard.    Independent  42:820: June  12,  1890. 

By  Alicia  Van  Buren,  Homage  to  Robert  BroVfning,  Aleph  Tanner 

134    821.88  Xht. 

Poem.    By  Henry  Van  Dyke.    Literary  Digest  44:1110:May  25, 

1912. 

By  Cara  E.  Whiton-Stone,  Homage  to  Robert  Brorunirxg,  Aleph 

Tanner  59     821.88  Xht. 

By   Margaret   Widdemer.    Homage    to    Robert   Browning,   Aleph 

Tanner  50     821.88  Xht. 

Poem.    By  Margaret  "Widdemer.    Century  85:416:Jan.   1913. 

By  Frances  Whitmarsh  Wile,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph 

Tanner  77     821.88  Xht. 

By  Mary  A.  Woods.   Eclectic  Magazine  138: 74: Jan.  1902. 

By  Mary  A.  Woods,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

47    821.88  Xht. 

Poem.   By  Mary  A.  Woods.   From  the  Academ}).    LittelKs  Living 

Age231:528:Nov.  23,  1901. 

(A  Poem.)    By  C.  E.  D.  Phelps.    Poet  Lore  5:5:288. 

Under  Index  of  Authors  2155,  Psychological  Index  16:1909. 
BROWNING,  A  LECTURE  ON 

Written  for  the  National  Home-Reading  Union.   By  G.  D.  Boyle. 

M.  A.,  Dean  of  Salisbury.     821.88  Dll. 
BROWNING  AND  ALFRED  AUSTIN 

By  Wm.  Lyon  Phelps.    Yale  7:580-591  : Oct.  1917. 
BROWNING  AND  ALFRED  DOMETT 

Editorial.    Eclectic  Magazine   144:462-484. 

By  William  Hall  Griffin.    Contemporary  Review  87:95-1 15  :Jan. 

1905    821.88  Bdg. 

By  W.  Hall  Griffin.    (Contemp.)    Littell's  Living  Age  244:393- 

410:Feb.  18,   1905. 

Books  and  Authors.    Littell's  Living  Ave  249-256. 
BROWNING  AND  ARNOLD 

By  Alfred  Ainger.    Athenaeum  3327: 158: Aug.  1.  1891. 
BROWNING  AND  BUTLER 

By  J.  Churton  Collins.    Contemporary  Review  98:2:467-476:Oct. 

1910;  Littell's  Living  Age  267:481 -488: Nov.  19,  1910. 

Browning,  Robert.    Englische  Dichter.    Von  Rudolf  Kassner  155- 

187. 
BROWNING  AND  DOGMA 

Seven    Lectures   on    Browning's    Attitude   Toward   Dogmatic    Re- 
ligion.   By  Ethel  M.  Naish.     821.88  Rnd. 
BROWNING  AND  THE  EPIC  OF  PSYCHOLOGY 

Reprinted    from    London    Quarterly    Review    July    1869     821.88 

Dfb. 
BROWNING  AND  HENRY  JAMES 

In  New  Leaves.    By  Filson  Young.     824.91   Y71n. 
BROWNING  AND  HIS  CENTURY 

By  Helen  A.  Clarke.     821.88  Jcb.    2  copies. 

Same.  Reviewed  in  the  Outlook  103:734     821.88  Jcb, 


52  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

BROWNING  AND  HIS  CRITICS 

By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  5:4:201-209. 

Poet  Lore  5:1:142-207. 

By  Francis  B.  Hornbrooke.    Poet  Lore  5:3:42-43. 
BROWNING  AND  HOW  TO  STUDY  HIM 

By  Hamilton  W.  Mabie.   Literary  Digest  20:781  :Junc  23.  1900. 
BROWNING  AND  ITALY 

Spectator.   Littell's  Living  Age  274: 54-58: July  6,  1912. 
BROWNING  AND  ITALIAN  ART  AND  ARTISTS  ^1 

By  Pearl  Hogrefe.    Bulletin  of  the    Universii^  of  Kamaa.    Hu- 

manishc  Studies  May  15,  1914.     821.88  Lhi.  _, 

BROWNING  AND  MEREDITH  M 

BroTvning  and  Meredith,  Some  Points   of  Similarity.    By   Mary 

Winchester  Abbott.     821.88  Dap. 

By  Editor.    Priory  Magazine  1 :2:27-33:Aug.   1903     821.88. 

See  Meredith. 
BROWNING  AND  MEREDITH.  THE  OPTIMISM  OF 

By  A.  C.   Pigou.     (Independent   Review.)     Littell's   Living   Age 

246:41 5-422  :Aug.  12.  1905. 
BROWNING  AND  MOSCHELES 

By  Arthur  Warren.    London  Days  42-56. 
BROWNING  AND  PADRAIC  COLUM 

Books  and  Authors.   Littell's  Living  Age  292:448. 
BROWNING  AND  SAINT-BEUVE 

By  Gamaliel  Bradford.  Jr.    North  American  Review   191:4:488- 

500:April   1910. 
BROWNING  AND  SHELLEY 

Verses.   By  E.  D.  '^.    821.8  Will  v. 

By  E.  D.  W.,  Homage  to  Robert  Broivning,  Aleph  Tanner   76 

821.88  Xhl. 
BROWNING  AND  SLANG 

By  Warwick  James   Price.    Nation    100: 142: Feb.    1915. 
BROWNING  AND  SOME  ASPECTS  OF  CONTEMPORARY 

THOUGHT 

Poet  Lore  2:3:148-152. 
BROWNING  AND  ST.  ANDREWS 

By  Thomas  Bayne.    Athenaeum  3334: 386-387: Sept.  19,  1891. 
BROWNING  AND  TENNYSON 

Blackwood's  Magazine.    Littell's  Living  Age  184:240-45: Jan.  25, 

1890. 

Bookman  16:349-359.  (I.  Tennyson — G.K.Chesterton;  II,  Brown- 
ing— Ed  Dowden.) 

By  W.  H.  Browne.    American  Journal  of  Philology  32:484-485. 

By  G.  K.  Chesterton.   English  Men  of  Letters.     821.88  Bcht. 

Churchman  61 :73-74:Jan.    18,   1890.    Taken  from   the  Spectator. 

821.7  Xpmb. 

From   the   Spectator.    Littell's   Living  Age    184: 190- 192: Jan.    18, 

1890. 

Unsigned.   Littell's  Living  Age  1 74 : 240-245 : Jan.  25,  1890.  (From 

Blackwood's  Magazine.) 

BROWNING  AND  TENNYSON  AS  SPIRITUAL  FORCES 
By  C.  C.  Everett.     821.88  Rtb  (Typewritten). 

BROWNING  AND  TENNYSON  COMPARED 

By  J.  Llewelyn  Davies  from  Notes  to  the  Pocket  Volume  of  Selec- 
tions from  the  Poems  of  Robert  Browning.  By  Alex  Hill.  17-22 
821.88  Dhn. 


BROWNINGIANA  53 

BROWNING  AND  THE  ANIMAL  KINGDOM 

By  Elisabeth  Luther  Gary.   Critic  43:2: 163- 165: Aug.  1903. 

BROWNING  AND  THE  CHRISTIAN  FAITH 

By   Edward   Berdoe.    Reviewed  in  Outlook   53:670: April    1896 

821.88  Rbb. 
BROWNING  AND  THE  DRAMATIC  MONOLOGUE 

ByS.  S.Curry.     821.88  Lcb. 

Review.    By  S.   S.   Curry.    Independent   65 : 1 004- 1 005  :Oct.   29. 

1908. 
BROWNING  AND  THE  GREEK  DRAMA 

By   A.   S.   Wilkins.      Manchester   Quarterly   Oct.    1883     821.88 

Lwgd. 
BROWNING  AND  THE  LOST  CORK 

By  Florida  Pier.   Harper's  Weekly  54:27:March  12,  1910. 

In    The  Gentler   Viej». 
BROWNING  AND  THE  POET  OF  DEMOCRACY.  ROBERT 

By  Oscar  Triggs.    Poet  Lore  4:10:481-90. 
BROWNING  AND  THE  SHELLEY  SOCIETY.  THE 

Poet  Lore  3:3:151-55. 
BROWNING  AND  THE  SPECIAL  INTERESTS 

By  William  Austin  Smith.    Atlantic  1 14:809-81 4:Dec.  1914. 
BROWNING  AND  WOMAN 

Did  Dror»mng  KnoH)   a    Woman's  Heart?     By   Mary  Bradford 

Whiting.    821.88  Pww. 
BROWNING  AND  WORDSWORTH 

By  Harry  Christopher  Minchin.  Fortnightly  97:813-24:May  1912; 

Llttell's  Living  Age  274:104-1 12 :July  13.  1912. 
BROWNING  AND  WORDSWORTH  ON  INTIMATIONS  OF  IM- 
MORTALITY 

By    Ernest    Hartley    Coleridge    in    Browning    Centenary    31-38. 

821.88  Vnya. 
BROWNING  ANECDOTE,  A 

By  Lida  Rose  McCabe.   Outlook  44:358:Aug.  22,  1891. 

BROWNING— ANOTHER 

By  Edward  Dowden.    Munsey's  Magazine  32:444:Dec.  1904. 

BROWNING,  A  PILGRIMAGE 

By  Arthur  J.  Whyte.    Contemporary  Review    103:668-678: May 
1913. 

BROWNING  AS  A  CHAPEL-GOER 

Review  of  Reviews.    A  review  of  a  Chapel  talk  with  Browning. 

A  talk  with  the  Rev.  Edward  White  in'  Young  Man.    1 7 :461  -463 : 

March  1890. 
BROWNING  AS  A  DRAMATIC  POET 

By    Henry    Jones.     Boston    Browning    Society    Papers    203-221 

821.88  Vhp. 

By  Prof.  Henry  Jones.    Papers  of  the  Boston  Society.    Poet  Lore 

6:1:13-28. 
BROWNING  AS  A  DRAMATIST.  ROBERT 

By  Edward  Dowden.   Literary  Digest  28: 843-844: June  11.  1904. 

BROWNING  AS  A  HUMORIST 

In  The  Life  of  the  Spirit  in  the  Modern  English  Poets.   By  Vida 
D.  Scudder.  201-238    808.1  S43618. 

BROWNING  AS  A  LANDSCAPE  PAINTER 

By  Howard  S.  Pearson.   London  Browning  Society  Papers  8:103- 
118    821.88  Dbs. 


54  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

BROWNING  AS  A  LETTER  WRITER,  ROBERT 

Annals  of  a  Quiet  Browning  Cluh.    By  I.  N.  Cog. 

By  Kingsland.    Poet  Lore  7:5:225-33;  8:2:78-84. 
BROWNING  AS  A  MUSCIAN 

By  E.  A.  Whitehead.    Notes  to  the  Pocket  Volume  of  Selection! 

from  the  Poems  of  Robert  Browning.  By  Alex  Hill.   47-53     821.88 

Dhn. 
BROWNING  AS  A  MYSTIC,  ROBERT 

By  Geraldine  E.  Hodgson.  Seeker  251-279:Feb.  1913. 
BROWNING  AS  A  PHILOSOPHICAL  AND  RELIGIOUS 

TEACHER 

By  Henry  Jones.     821.88  Rjb. 

Reviewed  in  Athenaeum  33 19:725 -726: June  6,   1891. 

Reviewed  in  Nation  53:92:1891. 

Outlook  44:995:Nov.  21,  1891. 

(Review.)    By  Henry  Jones,  M.  A.    Independent  43:2:1488. 
BROWNING,  AS  A  POET  OF  MUSIC 

By  C.  A.  Harris.    Athenaeum  4410:509-510:May  4.  1912;  441 1  : 

542-543  :May  11,  1912. 
BROWNING  AS  A  POET  OF  THE  PLAIN  PEOPLE 

By  F.  Herbert  Stead.    Review  of  Reviews  15:191-1 92 :Feb.  1897. 
BROWNING  AS  A  PREACHER 

By   Miss  E.  D.  West.    (Dark  Blue.)    Littell's  Living  Age   111: 

707-723. 
BROWNING  AS  A  PREACHER,  ROBERT 

Primitiae.   By  the  Students  of  Alexandra  College  1-37:1871.  Dub- 
lin, Hodges,  Foster  &  Co.     824.8  A379. 
BROWNING  AS  A  RELIGIOUS  TEACHER 

By  R.  H.  Huttan.    Good  Words  in  Littell's  Living  Age  184:2385: 

660-665  :March  15,  1890     821.88  Xma.  Magazine  Articles  Vol.  7. 
BROWNING  AS  A  SCIENTIFIC  POET 

By  Edward  Berdoe.    Nature  32:36: May   14.  1885. 
BROWNING  AS  A  TEACHER  OF  THE  NINETEENTH  CEN- 
TURY 

By  Miss  C.  M.  Whitehead.    Berdoe's  Drowning  Studies  283-309 

821.88  Ulbs. 

Same.  London  Browning  Society  Papers  10:237-263     821.88  Dbs. 
BROWNING  AS  CHIEF  POET  OF  THE  AGE 

Robert  Browning:  Chief  Poet  of  the  Age.    Editions   1887,   1890, 

de  Luxe  Edition   1887. 

By  Wm.  G.  Kingsland.    Poet  Lore   1:11:535. 
BROWNING  AS  OTHERS  SEE  HIM:   BERDOE,  JONES.  AND 

NETTLESHIP 

By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  8:5:265-270. 
BROWNING  AS  SEEN  BY  HIS  SON 

By  William  Lyon  Phelps.    Century  85:41 7-420: Jan.   1913.    Clip- 
pings. 
BROWNING  AS  THE  POET  OF  HIS  CENTURY 

By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.    Dial  54:294-6: April   1,  1913. 
BROWNING  AS  THE  PREACHER'S  POET 

By  Charles  Frederick  Aked.    Literary  Digest  31  :536:Oct.  14,  1905. 
BROWNING  AT  ASOLA 

By    Robert    Underwood    Johnson.     Century    45:l:47:Nov.     1892 

821.88  Xman. 

Same.  Homage   to    Robert   Browning,   Aleph   Tanner   87     821.88 

Xht. 

Same.  In  Italian  Rhapsod]f  and  Other  Poems  17. 


BROWNINGIANA  55 

BROWNING  AT  THE  CENCI 

By  J.  J.  Britlon,  Homage  to  Robert  Broivnmg,  Aleph  Tanner  54 

821.88  Xht. 
BROWNING  BOOKS  OF  THE  YEAR 

By  Helen  A.  Clarke.   Poet  Lore  5:5:277-283. 
BROWNING  BY  C.  H.  HERFORD 

By  Editor.  Outlook  79: 101 5: April  22.  1905. 
BROWNING  CASUISTRY 

By  Sir   Leslie   Stephen.    Eclectic   Magazine    140:357-371  :March 

1903. 
BROWNING  CENTENARY 

By  H.  W.  Mabie.  Outlook  100:91 7-91 8: April  27.  1912    821.88 

Xman. 
BROWNING  CENTENARY  CELEBRATION,  THE  ROBERT 

At  Westminster  Abbey.    Edited  with  an  introduction  and  appen- 
dices.   By  Prof.  Knight.    May  7,  1912     821.88  Bkc. 
BROWNING  CENTENARY  NUMBER 

1.  Robert  Browning  by  Professor  George  Saintsbury  (Profusely 
Illustrated).    Bookman  42:248:57-63. 

2.  Robert  Browning's  Father  by  Sir  Wm.  Robertson  Nicol.  Book- 
man 42:248:63-70. 

3.  Roger  Ingpen  Review  of  Lounsburys  Early  Literary  Career  of 
Robert  Browning.  Bookman  42:248:74-75  :May  1912. 

BROWNING— CHIPS  FROM  THE  WORKSHOP 

By  William  Boulting.  Contemporary  Review  107:667-669: May 
1915     Literary  Supplement  92. 

BROWNING.  CHRISTIAN  TEACHING  IN 
Dial21:125-6:Sept.  1.  1896. 

BROWNING  CLUB  AND  FINANCE 

By  Dr.  Frederick  Furnivall.  Munsey's  Magazine  26:150:Oct.  1901. 

BROWNING  CLUB  OF  CLEVELAND,  THE 
Poet  Lore   1:11:524. 

BROWNING  CLUB  OF  MEADVILLE.  THE 
By  C  J.  B.    Poet  Lore  1  :6:278. 
By  A.  Hempstead.    Poet  Lore  11  :6:331. 

BROWNING  CLUBS  IN  THE  UNITED  STATES 

By  Hiram  Corson.  Literary  World  14:8: 127: April  21,  1883 
821.88  Xmal. 

BROWNING  COLLECTIONS 

Sotheby  Wilson  &  Hodge.  Catalogue  of  oil  paintings,  drawings, 
prints:  autograph  letters  and  manuscripts;  boo^s;  statuary,  furni- 
ture, tapestry,  and  worlds  of  art;  the  properly  of  R.  W.  Barrett 
Browning.  Esq.     821.88  Abe  Copy  1. 

Catalogue  of  Pictures,  Drawings  and  Engravings,  Autograph  Let- 
ters and  Manuscripts,  Boo\s  and  Works  of  Art.  The  property  of 
R.  W.  Barrett  Browning,  Esq.  Sotheby,  Wilkinson  &  Hodge. 
Contains  prices  paid  for  items.     821.88  Abe. 

BROWNING  CORRESPONDENCE 

In  Catalogue  of  a  Superb  Collection  of  Holograph  Manuscripts. 
Holograph  Correspondences  and  Holograph  Letters  of  British  and 
Continental  Celebrities  of  Five  Centuries.   J.  Pearson  &  Co.  10-11. 

BROWNING  COUNTRY.  THE 

Submitted  to  the  Faculty  of  Baylor  University  for  the  Degree  of 
Master  of  Arts.    By  Dora  Ella  Watson,  A.  B.     821.88  Kwc. 

BROWNING  COURTSHIP  AND  OTHER  STORIES.  A 
By  EUza  Orne  White.     821 .88  Xws. 


56  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

BROWNING  DAY.  APRIL  5 

C.  L.  S.  C.  Outline  and  Program.  Chautauquan  21:II0-]]I: 
April  1895. 

BROWNING  DAY,  APRIL  5.  ROBERT 

(Local  Circle.)  Chautauquan  20:n7:Oct.  1894;  20:756:March 
1895. 

BROWNING  DAY  BY  DAY 

Edited  by  Constance  M.  Spender.     821.88  Sdd. 

BROWNING,  DESCRIPTION  OF 
Poet  Lore  3:5:288-292. 

BROWNING— DIFFERENT  IDEALS  OF  SHELLY.  AND 

Portion  of  Thesis.  By  Angie  Lacey  Peck.  The  Wellesley  Prelude 
Memorial  Number  3:17:21 1-2 12: Jan.  30,  1892. 

BROWNING.  E.  B.  AND  ROBERT 

An-r4  ccouni  of  a  Meeting  mth  Them  in  Florence.  By  Mrs.  An- 
drew Crosse.  Harper's  Monthly  23:555-6:Sept.  1861;  Littell's 
Living  Age  192:719-720. 

BROWNING  FOR  BEGINNERS 

By  Editor.   Outlook  77: 186: May  21.  1904. 

BROWNING  FOR  BLUES 

Fra  Magazine  15:167-168:Sept.  1915. 

BROWNING  FOR  HOUSEHOLD  USE 

By  Edith  Barron  Brown.    Critic  44:86-87: Jan.  1904. 

BROWNING  FOR  THE  TRENCHES 

Selections  from  the  Poetry  of  Robert  Browning,  Dedicated  to  all 
Jifho,  speaking  Broivnings  Mother -Tongue,  are  fighting  for  human- 
ity i  highest  ideals.  Published  by  the  Boston  Browning  Literary 
Society,  1588  Beacon  St.,  Boston,  1918.  821.88  Sbwm. 
Selections  from  the  poetry  of  Robert  Browning.  Published  by  the 
Boston  Browning  Society  as  a  War  Edition,  especially  for  the 
Soldiers.   1918    821.88  Sbww. 

BROWNING  FROM  A  PAINTING.  ROBERT 

By   George    Frederic   Watts.    Bookman   29:380: June    1909. 

BROWNING.  GLORIOUS  ROBERT 

By  Emily  Hickey.  (19th  Cent.)  Littell's  Living  Age  271:270- 
283:Nov.  4,  1911. 

BROWNING  GUILD.  ROBERT.  JOURNAL  OF  THE 

Vol.  1  and  2.   Copy  1. 
BROWNING.  HOMAGE  TO 

By  Aleph  Tanner.     821.88  Xhl.  -^^i 

BROWNING.  HOW  TO  KNOW  HIM  MHI 

By  William  Lyon  Phelps.     821.88  Dph.  ^'^"^ 

(Review.)     By   Wm.   L.    Phelps.     Independent   84:278:  Nov.    15. 
1915.     See  also  Literary  Digest  20:781 : June  23,   1900. 
BROWNING.  IL  CENTENARIO  DELLA  NASCITA  DI  ROBERTO 
By  Fanny  Zampini  Salazar.    From  Nuova  Antologia   16  Maggio 
1920.    821.88  Xcs. 

BROWNING  ILLUSTRATED 
Poet  Lore  3:2:95-96. 

BROWNING  IN  AMERICA 

By  Heloise  Edwina  Hersey.    New  England  Magazine  542-45  :Jan. 
1890     821.88  Xman.    See  under  Gould. 

BROWNING  IN  A  PASSION.  MR. 

By  Robert  Yelverton  Tyrrell.    Fortnightly  Review  27 1-273: Aug. 
1889. 


BROWNINGIANA  57 

BROWNING  IN  ASOLO 

By  Kalherine  Coleman  de  Kay  Bronson.    Cenlury  59  (old  series) 

37  (new  series)  820-31 : April  1900. 
BROWNING  IN  EDINBURGH.  ROBERT 

By  Rosaline  Masson.    Cornhill   Magazine   152   New  Series  590: 

226-240:Feb.  1909.    Littell's  Living  Age  260: 653 -663: March  13, 

1909    821.88  Xman. 
BROWNING  IN  1851.  ELIZABETH  BARRETT 

Poems.    By  Dora  Greenwell.  192     821.8  G816. 
BROWNING  IN  1861.  TO  ELIZABETH  BARRETT 

In  Poems.   By  Dora  Greenwell.    192-193     82r.88  G816. 
BROWNING  IN  FLORENCE 

By  G.  W.  Curtis.  From  The  Eas\)  Chair  197-208     814.C  978Ee. 
BROWNING  IN  FRANCE 

By  Wm.  Lyons  Phelps.    Modern  Language  Notes  31 :24-32:Jan. 

1916. 

BROWNING  IN  INTIMATE  INTERCOURSE 

By  Arthur  Symons.   Dial  61 :387:Nov.  16.  1916. 
BROWNING  IN  ITALY 

Editorial.   Harper's  Monthly  80:637-39:March  1890. 

See  DroTvning's  Italy;  Asolo;    Venice. 

See  Watson;  Treves;   Graham. 
BROWNING  IN  LONDON 

By  E.  Beresford  Chancellor.    Outlook.    Littell's  Living  Age  273: 

755-757: June  22,  1912. 
BROWNING.  ROBERT.  IN  MEMORIAM 

By  Edmund  Gosse.    New  Review.    Littell's  Living  Age   184:372- 

375:Feb.  8,  1890. 
BROWNING  IN  SEATTLE 

Dial  42:1 33  :March  1.  1907. 
BROWNING  IN  THE  NICKELODEONS 

Literary  Digest  39:681 -682: Oct.  23,  1909. 
BROWNING  IN  VENICE,  MRS.  BRONSONS  RECOLLECTION 

OF 

Cornhill  Magazine  25:353-354:March  1902. 
BROWNING  IN  VENICE,  RECOLLECTIONS  OF 

By  Katherine  Coleman  de  Kay  Bronson.    Century  63  :572-84:F«b. 

1902    821.88  Xman. 
BROWNING  IN  WESTMINSTER  ABBEY 

Essays  in  London  and  Elsewhere.    By   Henry   James.    See  233 

821.88  Bwa  (Typewritten). 
BROWNING  IS,  WHAT? 

From  the  Boston  Evening  Transcript.  By  John  S.  Woodman.  Lon- 
don Browning  Society  Papers  8: 154-1 59: April  21,  1886     821.88 

Dbs. 
BROWNING.  LECTURE  ON 

By  B.  D.  Boyle.     821.88  Deb. 
BROWNING.  LETTERS  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING  AND  ELIZA- 
BETH BARRETT 

See  Letters. 
BROWNING,  ROBERT 

Literary   and  Biographical  Essays.    A   volume  of  Papers  by   the 

Way.     By    Charles    William    Pearson.     (Typewritten)     151-167 

821.88  Dp  Er. 

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(Quart.  R.)    Lillell's  Living  Age  185:666-681  :June  14,  1890. 
Little  Journeys  to  the  Homes  of  English  Authors.   By  Elbert  Hub- 
bard.   821.88  Bhi. 

The  Living  Authors  of  England.    By  Thomas  Powell.   71-85     BC 
P886. 

By  Agnes  Maude  Machar.    Century  39: 736: March  1890. 
By  George  McCrie.    Religion   of   Our  Literature  69-109     820.4 
M132. 

Memoirs.2  Compiled  by  Henry  C.  Hewlett.  By  Henry  Fotherglll 
Chorley.  2:25-26.30,169-174;  1:212-213  B  C551h. 
By  M.  J.  Milsand.  Revue  des  Deux  Mondes.  21st  Year — New 
Period.  (La  Poesie  Anglaise  Depuis  Byron.  Elizabeth  Broivning. 
J.  Edmund  Reade.  Henri  Taylor,  par  M.  J.  Milsand.)  11:661- 
689:July  15,  1851     821.8  M661. 

The  Moses  of  Michael  Angelo.   Yale  4:l-2:Oct.  1914. 
By  James  Murray.    Igdrasil  59-66 :Feb.  1890     821.88  Dmur. 
Music  in  Browning.   Everybody's  Magazine  12:852  854: June  1905. 
Nation  77:39-40:July  1903;  80:531  : June  1905;  83:43:July  1906. 
By  Roden  Noel.    Contemporary  Review  701-718:Nov.  1883;  Lit- 
tell's  Living  Age  159:771-81  :Dec.  1883    821.88  Dnor. 
Notes  on  some  personal  aspects  of  his  character.    London  Letters 
and  Some   Others.    By   George   W.   Smalley.     1:309-319     826.7 
S635. 

Our  Living  Poets.    An  Essay  in  Criticism.    Chapter  IV.    By  H. 
Buxton  Forman.     821.88  Dfop. 
Par  Pierre  Berger.  Les  Grands  Ecrivains  Etrangers. 
Personalia.    By  Edmund  Gosse.     821.88  Dpg. 
Same.  Review.    Independent  42:1  :461  : April  3,  1890. 
Putnam's  Monthly  7:40:372-381 : April  1856. 

Religious  Spirit  in  the  Poets,  The.   By  W.  Boyd  Carpenter.    202- 
247    821.04  C297. 

By  WilUam  Knight.    Retrospect  69-102. 

The  Rowfant  Books.   8-9.   Dodd.  Mead  &  Co..  New  York  City. 
Shakespeare  Day — April  23.   Chautauquan  8:428: April  1888. 
(Quart.  R.)    By  G.   William  Sharp.    Littell's  Living  Age    186: 
771-784:Sept.  1890. 

By  Shirley.    Eraser's  Magazine  For  Town  and  Country  398:240- 
256:Feb.   1863     821.88  Dos. 

A  Sonnet.   Cornhiil  Magazine  Feb.  1914     821.88  So. 
The  Thoughts  of  a  Poet  on  Art  and  Faith.    A  Lecture  Delivered 
to  the  Birmingham  Central  Library  Association.    By  Howard  S. 
Pearson.    March  27,  1885     821.88  Dpt. 

By  H.  D.  Traill.    Magazine  Articles  No.   1.    Littell's  Living  Age 
144     821.88  Xman. 

Same.  National   Review.    Littell's   Living  Age   184:297-300:  Feb. 
1,  1890     821.88  Xman. 

Unique  Poems.    The  Duke's  Interview  with  the  Envoy.    Literary 
World  136:193:Sept.  8.  1849. 

Victorian  Poets.   By  Amy  Sharp.   40-102     822.8  S531V. 
By   Philip   H.   Wickstead.    Contemporary  Review   83:86-99: Jan. 
1903. 

(Time.)    A  Young  Mans  Recollections.   Littell's  Living  Age  187: 
673-677. 
See  under  Magazine  Articles. 


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BROWNINGIANA  59 

BROWNING  LOVE  LETTERS 

See  Letters,  Love. 

Library  Table,  Oh  IVhich  Were  best.  The.    Chautauquan  13:550: 

July  1891. 
BROWNING,  MAETERLINCK'S  MONNA  VANNA  AND  ROBERT 

By  William   L.   Phelps.    Literary  Digest  26:456-457  :March   28. 

1903. 
BROWNING  MEMORIAL 

In  Memoriam.   Memorial  to  Robert  Brotfning.    Under  the  auspices 

of  the  Browning  Society  of  Boston.    King's  Chapel,  Jan.  28,  1890. 

821.88  Bmb. 
BROWNING  MEMORIAL,  BOSTON 

See  Music. 
BROWNING  MEMORIALS 

By  Dobell.     821.88. 
BROWNING  MEMORIES,  SOME 

By  Wm.  G.  Kingsland.    (Contemp.  R.)    Littell's  Living  Age  275: 

220-27  :Oct.  26,  1912. 
BROWNING  MSS..  OF  THE 

By  Frederic  G.  Kenyon.    Cornhill  Magazine   166-1 74  :Aug.   1913 

821.88  Amss. 

By  F.  G.  Kenyon.    Cornhill  Magazine.    Littell's  Living  Age  278: 

733-738  :Sept.  20,  1913. 
BROWNING,  THE  NEW  EXPOSITION  OF 

By  Charles  H.  Herford.   Dial  39:44: July  16.  1905. 
BROWNING  NOTE 

By  Mary  M.  Barclay.    Poet  Lore  1  :6:300. 
BROWNING,  ON 

By  F.  E.  Schelling.    Poet  Lore  2:1  :48-49. 

By  Talcott  Williams.    Poet  Lore  2:1  :47-48:1890. 
BROWNING  ON  FRENCH  ENTHUSIASM 

Editorial  on  Cushman's  Article.    Poet  Lore  20:6:466:Oct.  1899. 
BROWNING  ON  HIS  OWN  OBSCURITY 

Robert  Browning.    Literary  Digest  32:93 7: June  23,  1906. 
BROWNING— ON  SOME  POINTS  IN  BROWNING'S  VIEW  OF 

LIFE 

By  B.  F.  Wescott.    (Paper  read  before  the  Cambridge  Browning 

Society  Nov.  1882.)    Printed  1883     821.88. 
BROWNING,  ON  THE  DEATH  OF  ROBERT 

A  Poem.    By  Charlotte  Pendleton.    Poet  Lore  1:11  :545. 
BROWNING,  OPHELIA  G. 

A  Poem  ii>hich  n>as  Mistaf^en  for  BroTvnings.   Literary  Digest  19: 

130: July  29.   1899. 
BROWNING  OUT  WEST 

By  Frederick  M.  Padleford.    (Cornhill  Magazine.)    Littell's  Living 

Age  252:691 -697 :March  16,  1907. 
BROWNING  PILGRIMAGE,  A 

By  A.  J.  Whyte.    (Contemp.  R.)    Littell's  Living  Age  277:542- 

550:May  31,  1913. 
BROWNING,  POET  OF  DEMOCRACY,  ROBERT 

By  Triggs.    Poet  Lore  4:10:481-490. 
BROWNING.  THE  POET  OF  THE  PEOPLE 

By  W.  H.  Anderson.    Poet  Lore  6:5:244-248. 
BROWNING  POPULAR,  WHY  IS? 

By  Paul  Elmer  More.    Literary  Digest  30:775-776:May  25,  1905. 
BROWNING  PROGRAM 

The   Wellesley   Prelude  2:24:330:  March  21.    1891. 


60  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

BROWNING.  QUERY 

By  Alfred  Forman.    Athenaeum  3749: 232: Sept.   1889. 
BROWNING  RARITIES 

By  W.  G.  Kingsland.    Poet  Lore  6:5:264-268. 
BROWNING  RECITER.  THE 

Verse  and  Prose  for  Recitation.    By  Robert   Browning,   Sir   A. 

Conon  Doyle.  Edward  F.  Turner.  W.  J.  Gilbert,  Re  Henry,  E. 

Nesbit,  and  Other  Writers.    Edited  by  Alfred  H.  Miles.     821.88  « 

Sbrm.  ■ 

BROWNING.  THE  RELIGIOUS  OPINIONS  OF  ROBERT  ^ 

By   Mrs.  Sutherland  Orr.     (Contemp.   R.)     Littell's  Living  Age 

192:365-374.  M\ 

BROWNING.  REMINISCENCES  OF  ill 

By  Sir  C.  Gavan  Duffy.    Eclectic  Magazine  1 18:326-331  :March 

1892. 
BROWNING.  ROBERT  AND  ALFRED  DOMETT 

Edited  by  Frederic  G.  Kenyon.     821.88  Bdk. 
BROWNING.  ROBERT  AND  ELIZABETH  BARRETT 

Catalogue  of  Old  Engravings.  Manuscripts.  Books,  and  Relics  of. 

Henry  Sotheran  &  Co..  Catalogue  737     821.88  Asor. 
BROWNING.   ROBERT   AND    ELIZABETH   BARRETT,   SOME 

UNPUBLISHED  PAPERS  OF 

Edited  by  George  S.  Hellman.    Harper's  Monthly  Magazine  132: 

530-539:March  1916    821.88  Xsf. 
BROWNING,  ROBERT,  A  YOUNG  MANS  RECOLLECTIONS 

(Time.)    Littell's  Living  Age  187:673-77.    Anon. 
BROWNING,  ROBERT,  BIOGRAPHY  OF 

By  Emily  Hickey.    Nineteenth  Century  68: 1060- 1075: Dec.  1910. 
BROWNING,  ROBERT,  IN  HIS  RELATION  TO  THE  ART  OF 

PAINTING 

By  Sarah  W.  Whitman.     821.88  Lwp. 
BROWNING,  ROBERT— IN  POEMS  OF  DANTE  GABRIEL  ROS- 

SETTI 

Southern  Review  21 :413:Selection  3. 
BROWNING,  ROBERT,  LIFE  AND  LETTERS  OF 

By  Mrs.  Sutherland  Orr.    Athenaeum  33 19:725-726: June  6.  1891. 
BROWNING,  ROBERT,  THE  EXERCISES  AT  THE  MEMORIAL 

MEETING  TO 

Held  in  the  King's  Chapel  by  the  Boston  Browning  Society. 

Same.  Literary  World  21:3:40:Feb.   1,  1890. 
BROWNING,  ROBERT,  THE  MAGNET  OF  THE  SOUL 

By  Francis  Ohrum.    Baylor  Literary  17:31 2-31 5  :June  1909. 
BROWNING,  ROBERT,  THE  MUSICIAN 

By  A.  Goodrich-Freer.     (19th  Cent.)    Littell's  Living  Age  229: 

803-81 1  :June  29,  1901. 

By  A.  Goodrich  Freer.    Nineteenth  Century  648-658:April  1901. 
BROWNING,  ROBERT— NEW  APPRAISALS  OF 

By  Lilian  Whiting.    Current  Opinion  52: 701 -703: June  1912. 
BROWNING.  ROBERT,  THE  POETRY  OF 

By    Percy   Lubbock.    Quarterly   Review   433:437-457:Oct.    1912 

821.88  Dlak. 
BROWNING.  ROBERT,  RECOLLECTIONS  OF 

Literary  World  21 :2:25-26:Jan.  18.  1890     821.88  Xmal. 

BROWNING.  ROBERT,  SR. 

Book  of  Drawings.     821.88  Xfd. 

Book  Containing  Drawings  by   Robert  Browning,  Sr.    From   the 


BROWNINGIANA  61 

BroT)>ning   Collections.     Sold   by   Messrs.   Solheby,   London,    May 

Ist  to  8th,  1913    821.88  Xgd. 

Grotesque    Figure    Drawings.     From    the    Browning    Collectiont. 

821.88  Xdb. 

50  Drawings.     821.88  Xi>d2. 

Package  56  drawings.     821.88  Xbd. 
BROWNING,  ROBERT  WEIDEMANN  BARRETT 

Athenaeum  4420:37: July  13,  1912. 

About  People.    By  The  Editor.    Outlook  50:325: Aug.  25,  1894. 

By  A.  Joseph  Armstrong.    Baylor  Times  March  15,  1913. 

A   Browning  Collection.    Sotheby,   Wilkinson   &  Hodge.     821.88 

Abe  Copy  2. 

A  Complaint..  Athenaeum  3376:66: July  9,  1892. 

Newspaper  clippings. 

Browning  Centenary.    Edited   by   Prof.   Knight.    99-108     821.88 

Bkc. 

Sketch  Book.    821.88. 

A  Catalogue  of  Rare  and  Valuable  Bool(s.     821.88  Agu. 

Robert  Browning  as  seen  fcp  his  Son.    By  W.  L.  Phelps.    Century 

85:417-420:January  1913.   See  clippings  and  my  article. 
BROWNING,  MRS.  ROBERT  WEIDEMANN  BARRETT 

Mrs.  Barrett  Browning's  Letters.    By  Claudius  Clear.    Bookman 

6:463-66:Jan.  1898. 
BROWNING,  ROBERT.  TO  BEN  EZRA 

By  Percy  MacKaye,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

28-36;  Also  in  Outlook  100:906-91 2: April  27,  1912    821.88  Xht. 
BROWNING.  ROBERT— WORDSWORTH,  TENNYSON,  AND 

National    Review.     New    Eclectic    Magazine    1 :3:273 -284: March 

1865;    i:4:415-427:April  1865. 

BROWNING.  ROBERTO.  ED  ELISABETTA 

Fanny  Zampini  Salazar  con  Prefazione  di  Antonio  Fogazzaro. 
La  Vita  e  le  Opere  di  Roberto  Browning  ed  Elisabetta  Barreil 
Browning.    821.88  Bzs.  2  copies. 

BROWNING  ROOM  AT  WELLESLY  COLLEGE,  THE 
Literary  World  176-177:June  2,  1883. 

BROWNING  SAID  OF  THE  RING  AND  THE  BOOK 

By  Ruth  Baldwin  Chenery.    At  Vesper  Time  Poems  53. 

By  Ruth  Baldwin  Chenery,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph 

Tanner  63.     821.88  Xht. 

BROWNING  SALES,  DODD  CATALOGUE  OF 
821.88  Adb. 
See  also  under  Catalogue. 

BROWNING  SETTLEMENT 

Statement  of  Accounts  1903-1907.  1911-1915     821.288  Xrff. 
BROWNING  SETTLEMENT.  ROBERT 

Report  on  9th-13th  years  1903-07     821.88  Xsff. 

Same.    17th-21st  years  191 1-15     821.88  Xsf. 

The    Thirteenth    Year    of.     Founded    1895.     Report    for    1907. 

821.88  Xsf. 

See    Bookman    42:248:63-70: May     1912.      Robert     Browning's 

Father.    By  Sir  Wm.  Robertson  Nicoll. 
BROWNING.  SHAKESPEARE'S  SIGNIFICANCE  FOR 

Inaugural-Dissertation,    By  G.  R.  Elliott.    36  pages     821.88  Lei. 

Same.  Another  copy.   72  pages.    Reprinted   from  Anglia  32:1,2. 

821.88  Lse. 


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BROWNING  SOCIETIES 

Harper's  Monthly  77:98-9:Oct.   1888     821.88  Vik. 

Sledman  Victorian  Poets.    428-432     821.88S812  c2. 

Third  Annual  Entertainment,  Announcement  of.    Given  at  Univef 

sity  College,  Gower  Street.    Friday  Evening,  June  27,  1884     621.88 

Mia. 
BROWNING  SOCIETY 

Poet  Lore  2:2:106. 
BROWNING  SOCIETY.  BOSTON  MEMORIAL 

Jan.  28.  1890    821.88  Bmb. 

BROWNING  SOCIETY,  NEW  YORK 

Yearbooks:  Third  Season  1909-10;  Fourth  Season  1910-11;  Fifth 
Season  1911-12;  Sixth  Season  1912-13;  Seventh  Season  1913-14; 
Eighth  Season  1914-15;  Ninth  Season  1915-16;  Eleventh  Season 
1917-18;  Tivelfth  Season  1918-19;  Thirteenth  Season  1919-20; 
Fourteenth  Season  1920-21.  Contains  list  of  members  821.88  Vny. 
Addresses  Commemorating  the  Birth  of  Robert  Browning.  Deliv- 
ered before  the  New  York  Browning  Society  May  7,  1912,  New 
York  City.     821.88  Vnya. 

BROWNING  SOCIETY  OF  BOSTON 

The  Exercises  at  the  Memorial  Meeting  to  Robert  Browning.   Held 

in  King's  Chapel. 

Literary  World  21:3:40:Feb.  1,  1890. 

Same.  See  also  Boston  Browning  Society. 

Library  Catalogue  (Copy  2)    1897,  46  pages  with  two  supplements 

of  six  pages  each.     821.88  Absb. 

BROWNING  SOCIETY  OF  LONDON,  THE 

By  Kingsland.    Poet  Lore  1  :7:329-330;  3:11  :591  ;  3:12:649-650. 

BROWNING  SOCIETY   OF  THE   NEW   CENTURY   CLUB   OF 
PHILADELPHIA,  THE 

By  H.  S.  Morris.    Poet  Lore   1:1:35-37;    1:2:82;    1:3:128-129 
1:4:182-184;    1:5:225-231    1:6:279;    1:7:330-331;    1:10:488;    I 
11:523-524;    1:12:567-569;    2:10:549-550;    2:12:662-666;    3:2 
53-56;   3:2:107-111;   3:3:162-166;   3:5:292;   3 :6&7:379-382. 
By  F.  Sulzberger.    Poet  Lore  3:11:591;   4:2:108-112;   4:5:288; 
4:10:533;   5:1:55-56;  5:2:112. 
By  F.  H.  W.    Poet  Lore  5:12:646-648. 
By  A.  S.  Stout.    Poet  Lore  8:6:366-368. 

BROWNING  SOCIETY  PAPERS 

(1)  Foretalk  by  F.  J.  Furnivall  On  the  Poet,  Objective  and  Sub- 
jective; on  the  Latter s  Aim;  on  Shelley  as  Man  and  Poet.  By 
Robert  Browning;  (Being  a  reprint  of  the  introductory  essay  to  (25 
spurious)  Letters  of  Percy  B'^sshe  Shelley,  Moxon  1852.)  Second 
Edition;  A  Bibliography  of  Robert  Browning,  from  1833  to  1881. 
Compiled  by  Frederick  J.  Furnivall.    Third  Edition. 

(2)  Browning  Bibliography.  Additions.  31  December  1881.  F.  J. 
Furnivall;  Introductory  Address  to  the  Browning  Society,  by  J. 
Kirkman;  On  Pietro  of  Abano  and  the  Leading  Ideas  of  Dramatic 
Idyls,  Second  Series  1880.  by  J.  Sharpe;  on  Browning's  Fifine  at 
the  Fair,  by  J.  T.  Nettleship;  Mr.  Nettleship's  Classification  of 
Browning's  JVorlfs;  Mrs.  Orr's  Classification  of  Browning's  Poems; 
Notes  on  the  Genius  of  Robert  Browning,  by  James  Thomson; 
The  Moorish  Front  to  the  Duomo  in  Luria,  by  Ernest  Radford; 
The  Original  of  Ned  Bratts,  by  Ernest  W.  Radford;  An  Analysis 
(ind  Summary  of  Fifine  at  the  Fair,  by  John  Sharpe. 


BROWNINGIANA  63 

(3)  Broroning's  Philosophy,  by  John  Bury;  Bishop  Blougram's 
Apology,  by  E.  Johnson;  The  Idea  of  Personality,  as  Embodied 
in  Robert  Broii>ning's  Poetry,  by  Hiram  Corson;  The  Religious 
Teaching  of  Browning,  by  Dorothea  Beale;  An  Account  of  Abbe 
Vogler  (from  Fetis  &  Nisard),  by  Miss  Eleanor  Marx;  Con- 
science  and  Art  in  BroTDning,  by  E.  Johnson. 

(4)  Browning's  Intuition,  Specially  in  Regard  of  Music  and  the 
Plastic  Arts,  by  J.  T.  Nettleship;  On  Some  Points  in  Browning's 
View  of  Life,  by  B.  F.  Wescott;  One  Aspect  of  Browning's  Vil- 
lains, by  Miss  E.  D.  West;  Browning's  Poems  on  Cod  and  Im- 
mortality  as  Bearing  on  Life  Here,  by  William  F.  Revell;  James 
Lee's  Wife,  by  J.  H.  Bulkeley;  Abt  Vogler,  by  Mrs.  Turnbull. 

(5)  On  Some  Prominent  Points  of  Browning's  Teaching,  by  W. 
A.  Raleigh;  Caliban  Upon  Setebos,  with  Some  Notes  on  Brown- 
ing's Subtlety  and  Humour,  by  J.  Cotter  Morison;  In  a  Balcony, 
by  Mrs.  Turnbull. 

(7)  Is  Browning  Dramatic?  by  Arthur  Symons;  On  Mr.  Sludge, 
the  Medium,  by  Edwin  Johnson;  Browning  as  a  Scientific  Poet, 
by  Edward  Berdoe. 

(8)  On  the  Development  of  Browning's  Cenius  in  His  Capacity 
as  Poet  or  Ma^er,  by  J.  T.  Nettleship;  On  Aristophanes'  Apology, 
by  John  B.  Bury;  Love's  Value,  Colombe's  Birthday,  Act  IV 
(The  Avowal  of  Valence),  by  Leonard  S.  Outram;  Andrea  Del 
Sarto,  by  Albert  Fleming;  Browning  as  a  Landscape  Painter,  by 
Howard  S,  Pearson;  The  Reasonable  Rythm  of  Some  of  Brown- 
ing's Poems,  by  H.  J.  Bulkeley;  Prince  Hohenstiel-Schwangau, 
by  C.  H.  Hereford. 

(9)  Strafford  at  the  Strand  Theatre,  Dec.  21,  1886,  by  John  Tod- 
hunter;  A  Death  in  the  Desert,  by  Mrs.  M.  G.  Glazebrook;  A 
Grammatical  Analysis  of  O  Lyric  Love,  by  F.  J.  Furnivall;  Some 
Notes  on  Mr.  Browning's  Latest  Volume,  by  Arthur  Symons; 
Some  Notes  on  Browning's  Poems  Referring  io  Music,  by  Helen 
J.  Ormerod. 

(10)  Browning  a  View  of  Life,  by  Mr.  Revell;  Browning's  Esti- 
mate of  Life,  by  Edward  Berdoe;  Browning's  Jews  and  ShaJie- 
speare's  Jew,  by  Prof.  Barnett;  Abt  Vogler,  the  Man,  by  Helen 
J.  Ormerod;  Browning  as  a  Teacher  of  the  Nineteenth  Century, 
by  Mrs.  C.  M.  Whitehead;  Saul,  by  Anne  M.  Stoddarl. 

(11)  Paracelsus,  The  Reformer  of  Medicine,  by  Edward  Berdoe; 
Andrea  del  Sarto  and  Abt  Vogler,  by  Helen  J.  Ormerod;  La 
Saisiaz,  by  W.  Robertson ;  On  the  Difficulties  and  Obscurities  En- 
countered in  a  Study  of  Browning's  Poems,  by  James  Bertram  Old- 
ham; On  Prince  Hohenstiel-Schwangau,  by  Jos.  King,  Jun. ;  On 
A  Toccata  of  Caluppi's,  by  Mrs.  Alexander  Ireland;  Numpholep- 
tos  and  Browning's  Women,  by  Mrs.  Glazebrooke;  The  Wife- 
Love  and  Friend-Love  of  Robert  Browning,  by  J.  J.  G.  Graham. 
(]2)An  Analysis  of  Sordello,  by  Wm.  Jn.  Alexander;  Robert 
Browning's  Ancestors,  by  F.  J.  Furnivall;  Some  Remarks  on 
Browning's  Treatment  of  Parenthood,  by  Mrs.  Alexander  Ireland; 
On  the  Line-Numbering,  Fresh  Lines,  Etc.,  in  The  Ring  and  the 
Bool;,  by  Benjamin  Sagar;  The  Value  of  Browning's  Work,  by 
William  F.  Revell;  Taurello  Salinguerra:  historical  details  illus- 
trative of  Browning's  Sordello;  Muratori  and  Browning  Compared, 
by  W.  M.  Rosselti. 

By  William  Stetson  Merrill.  Library  Journal  28:104:March  1903. 
Poet  Lore  2:7:379-384. 


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Childe  Roland  to  the  Dar^  Totoer  Came.    Poet  Lore   13:2:262; 

13:3:437. 

Reviewed  in  Outlook  57:721:  Nov.  20,  1897. 

By  Edward  P.  Van  Dufee.   Library  Journal  28:104:March  1903. 

By  Edward  C.  Williams.   Library  Journal  28:52 :Feb.  1903. 
BROWNING  SOCIETY'S  THIRD  ANNUAL  ENTERTAINMENT. 

THE 

To  be  given  at  University  College,  Gower  Street,  on  Friday  Eve- 
ning, June  27,  1884.    821.88  Mia. 
BROWNING,  SOME  CHILD  CRITICS  OF 

By  W.   W.     (Acad.)     Littell's   Living   Age   21 4: 127-8: July    10, 

1897. 
BROWNING— SOME  MEMORIES  OF 

By  William  G.  Kingsland.   Contemporary  Review  102:1:202-210: 

Aug.  1912. 
BROWNING.  SOME  THOUGHTS  ON 

By  Mary  A.  Lewis.   (Mac  M.)    Littell's  Living  Age  154:238-246: 

July  29,   1882. 
BROWNING,    SOME    UNPUBLISHED    PAPERS    OF,    ROBERT 

AND  ELIZABETH  B. 

Edited  with  comments.    By  George  S.  Hellman.    Harper's  Maga- 
zine 132:790:530-539:March  1916. 
BROWNING  STUDIES 

Being  Select  Papers  by  Members  of  the  Browning  Society.    Edited 

with  an  introduction  by  Edward  Berdoe.     821.88  Vlbs.  2  copies. 

By  Edward  Berdoe.    Bookman  2:535-36:Feb.  1896. 

By  Vernon  C.  Harrington.     821.88  Dhs. 
BROWNING  STUDY  HINTS 

Three  Poems  Related  to  Married  Life.    By  P.  A.  C.    Poet  Lore 

3:10:521-522;   3:11:588-589;   3:12:637-639;   5:8&9:453-455. 
BROWNING  STUDY  PROGRAMMES 

By  Charlotte  Porter  and  Helen  A.  Clarke.     821.88.  2  copies  (one 

in  Camberwell  Edition  in  two  volumes;  one  in  one  volume). 
BROWNING  STUDY  PROGRAMME 

By  C.  P.  and  H.  C.    Poet  Lore  8:8:586-592. 
BROWNING  TO  BEN  EZRA 

A  Centenary)  Soliloquy.    By  Percy  Mac  Kaye.    Outlook  100:906- 

912:April  27,  1912    821.88  Xmb. 
BROWNING  TONIC 

By  Martha  Baker  Dunn.   Atlantic  Monthly  90:203-211. 
BROWNING  TREASURE  BOOK,  A 

Extracts    from    Browning.     Selected    and    arranged   by   Alice    M. 

Warburton.     821.88  Stw. 

BROWNING— TWO  MASTERS 

Browning   and    Tiirgenief.     By   Philip   Stafford   Moxom.     821.88 

Dmt. 
BROWNING  USEFUL.  MAKING 

Outlook44:19:July  4,  1891. 
BROWNING  VERSUS  BROWNING 

By  Harrison  S.  Morris.   Poet  Lore  1  :9:408-421. 
BROWNING  VERSUS  TENNYSON 

By  Anna  Robertson  Brown.    Poet  Lore  2:12:628-634. 
BROWNING  WHISTLE  OR  SING?  DID 

By  F.  Morgan  Padelford.    (Cornh.)    Littell's  Living  Age  261  :475- 

482:May22,  1909, 


BROWNINGIANA  65 

BROWNING.  WORDSWORTH  AND  TENNYSON 

By  Walter  Bagehot.    Literary  Studies  2:326-381     824.8  B144e. 

Same.  Nineteenth  Century  Prose  274-337     824.08  D553n. 
BROWNING,  WRITER  OF  PLAYS,  ROBERT 

By  W.  L.  Courtney.    Eclectic  Magazine  New  Series  38:3:358- 

366:Sept.  1883. 

Same.  Fortnightly  Review  888-900: June   I,   1883     821.88  Xman. 
BROWNING  YEAR  BOOK,  THE  ROBERT 

By  J.  R.  Tutin.     821.88  Gyb. 
BROWNING?  YES  IN  A  GENERAL  WAY 

Poem.  From  H  .E.  W.  to  W.  C.  E.    (Spectator.)    Littell's  Living 

Age  190:578. 
BROWNINGIANA 

By  Edmund  Gosse  and  Alfred   Forman.    Athenaeum  3607:838: 

Dec.  12,  1896. 
BROWNINGS,  THE 

By  Mrs.  Andrew  Crosse.    (Temp.  B.)    Littell's  Living  Age  192: 

719-728. 

By  Editor.    Outlook  86: 525: July  6.  1907. 
BROWNING'S  ANCESTORS 

By  F.  J.  Furnival.    London  Browning  Society  Papers  12:26-45. 

Littell's  Living  Age  233:574.    Books  and  Authors. 
BROWNING'S  ANCESTORS.  REF.  TO  A  TABLET  ERECTED 

TO  ONE  OF 

Editorial.    Independent  54:1313:1902. 
BROWNINGS  AND  AMERICA,  THE 

By  Elizabeth  Porter  Gould.     821.88  Kgab  (Copy  2). 
BROWNINGS.  BIOGRAPHY  OF 

By  L.  Whiting.    Independent  71  :350. 

By  Lilian  Whiting.   Reviewed  in  Outlook  99:878     821.88  Bwb. 
BROWNING'S  ANSWERS  TO  QUESTIONS  CONCERNING  SOME 

OF  HIS  POEMS,  ROBERT 

By  A.  Allen  Brockington.    Cornhill  Magazine  (New  Series  213) 

(Old  Series  651):March  1914     821.88  Zcm. 
BROWNING'S  ATTITUDE  TOWARD  ART  AND  NATURE 

By  Owen  Seaman.   Notes  to  the  Pocket  Volume  of  Selections  from 

the  Poems  of  Robert  Browning.    By  Alex  Hill.    107-114     821.88 

Dhn. 
BROWNINGS  ATTITUDE  WITH  REGARD  TO  ART 

By  A.   C.   R.    The    Primitive   Methodist  Quarterly   Review   and 

Christian  Ambassador  467-481  :July  1890     821.88  Lba. 
BROWNING'S  BIOGRAPHERS.  MISTAKES  OF 

Dial  54:38:Jan.   16,   1913. 
BROWNING'S  BIRTHDAY,  MAY  7,  Program  for 

Chautauquan  62:413  :May  1911. 

(Poem.)    By  Wm.  Harman  Van  Allen.    Emerson  College  Maga- 
zine 20:3:136:Jan.  1912.    (Read  at  Boston  Browning  Society.) 

By  William  Harman  Van  Allen,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning, 

Aleph  Tanner  48     821 .88  Xht. 
BROWNING'S  BOOKS,  NOTES  ON 

By  George  W.  Cooke.    Poet  Lore  3 :6&7: 366-68. 
BROWNING'S  CASUISTRY 

By  Sir  Leslie  Stephen.   National  Review.   Littell's  Living  Age  236: 

257-271  :Jan.  31,  1903. 

BROWNING'S  CRITICISM  OF  LIFE 

Py  William  F.  Revell.     821.88  Drc, 


66  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

BROWNING  CULT  IN  AMERICA.  AN  ECHO  OF  THE 

By  Mrs.  Hornbrooke.    Dial  48:91  : Feb.   1,   1910. 
BROWNING'S  DEATH 

Various  clippings  concerning.   Critic  Jan.  11,  1890. 
BROWNING'S  DEFENSE  OF  HIS  ALLEGED  OBSCURITY 

STYLE 

Dial  41:231 -232  :Oci.  16.  1906. 
BROWNING'S  DICTION 

American  Notes  and  Queries  2:26:304-305: April  27.  1889. 
BROWNING'S  EARLY  CAREER  AND  LATER  INFLUENCES 

Editorial.    Dial  52:91  : Feb.  1,  1912. 
BROWNING'S  EARLY  WORK 

By    Roger    Ingpen.     Review    of    The    Earl^    Liierar})    Career   of 

Robert  Browning,  by  T.  R.  Lounsbury.    (T.  Fisher  Unwin,  Pub- 
lisher.)   Bookman  42:248 :  74-75  :May  1912.  M 
BROWNING'S  ENGLAND  ■ 

A  Stud^  of  English  Influences  in  Drowning.   By  Helen  Archibald 

Clarke.     821.88  Kce. 

See  Dial  45:41 5  :Dec.  1.  1908. 
BROWNING'S  ESTIMATE  OF  LIFE 

By  Edward  Berdoe.   London  Browning  Society  Papers  10:200-206 
BROWNING'S  ESTIMATE  OF  THE  VALUE  OF  EFFORT 

By  J.  S.  K.  Moss  and  J.  Brunton  Aitken.     From  Notes  to  the 

Pocket  Volume  of  Selections  From  the  Poems  of  Robert  Drowning, 

by  Alex  Hill.   37-40    821.88  Dhn. 
BROWNING'S  ETHICAL  IMPULSE.  MRS. 

By  Thomas  Bradfield.    Literary  Digest  13:71 5  :Oct.  1896. 
BROWNING'S  FATHER.  ROBERT 

By  Sir  Wm.  Robertson  NicoU.   Bookman  42: 248: 63 -70: May  1912 

821.88  Xbm. 

A  New  Theory  of  Walt  Whitmans  Genius.    Literary  Digest  18: 

Ml  67. 
BROWNINGS  FOR  THE  YOUNG.  THE 

By  Frederic  G.  Kenyon.     821 .88  Syk. 
BROWNING'S  HEROINES 

By  Ethel  Colburn  Mayne.   With  Frontispiece  and  Decorations,  by 

Maxwell  Armfield.     821.88  Pmh. 

By  M.  R.  Pridham.    Notes  to  the  Pocket  Volume  of  Selections 

from  the  Poems  of  Robert  Browning.  By  Alex  Hill.  59-65     821.88 

Dhn. 

BROWNINGS  IN  FLORENCE.  THE 

By  Anne  Hollingsworth  Wharton.    Book  News  24:283:467-471: 

March  1906. 
BROWNING'S  INTELLECTUAL  EQUIPMENT 

By  Dean  Farrar.    Literary  Digest  1 4:552 :March  6.  1897. 
BROWNING'S  INTUITION 

Specially  in  Regard  of   Music  and   the   Plastic  Arts.    By  J.   T. 

Nettleship.    London  Browning  Society  Papers  4:381-396     821.88 

Dbs. 

BROWNING'S  ITALY 

A  Stud}^  of  Italian  Life  and  Art  in  Browning.    By  Helen  Archi- 
bald Clarke.     821.88  Kci. 

By  Helen  Archibald  Clarke.    Dial  43:384:Dec.  1.  1907. 
Same.  Independent  63:1463. 
Same.  Bookman  26: 509: Jan.  1908. 


1 


BROWNINGIANA  67 

BROWNING'S  JEWS  VERSUS  SHAKESPEARE'S  JEWS 

Editorial  under  Notes  and  News.    Poet  Lore   1:1:53. 

By  Professor  Barnett.    Berdoe  Browning  Studies  253-266    821.88 

Vlbs. 

Same.  London  Browning  Society  Papers  10:207-220    821.88  Dbs. 
BROWNING'S  LAPSES 

By  W.  H.  Browne.    American  Journal  of  Philology  32:241:482- 

485. 
BROWNING'S  LINEAGE 

By  Henry  Van  Dyke,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tan- 
ner 63     821.88  Xht.   See  also  Van  Dyke's  Poems. 

Same.  Literary  Digest  34:266: Feb.  16,  1907. 
BROWNING'S  MASTERPIECE 

In  Master-Spirits.   By  Robert  Buchanan.   89-109     820.04  B9l8m$. 
BROWNING'S  MASTERY  OF  RHYME 

By  William  J.  Rolfe.    Boston  Browning  Society  Papers   164-172 

821.88  Vbp. 
BROWNING'S  MAXIMILLIAN  EDITORS 

Reviewed.    Contemporary  Review   101  :1  :456:  March  1912.    . 

BiogTaphy  of  Bro'wmngs.    Independent  71  :350. 

Reviewed   in   Outlook  99:878     821.88  Bwb. 

See  Dial  45:41 5  :Dec.  1,  1908. 

Editorial.    Independent  46:2:1458:1894. 
BROWNING'S  MEN 

By  J.  Wiley  Jones.     821.88  Pjm. 
BROWNINGS  MESSAGE  TO  HIS  TIME:  HIS  RELIGION.  PHI- 
LOSOPHY AND  SCIENCE 

By  Edward  Berdoe.     821.88  Dbm. 

Same.  Nation  50:420:1890. 
BROWNING'S  MESSAGE  TO  HIS  TIME 

Outlook  44:942:Nov.  14,  1891. 
BROWNINGS  MESSAGE  TO  THE  NINETEENTH  CENTURY. 

ROBERT 

By  James  T.  Bixby.   Arena  1  : 3:283 -297:  Feb.  1890. 
BROWNING'S  NARRATIVE  VERSE 

By  Clarke  S.  Northup.    Dial  43:367:Dec.  1,  1907. 
BROWNING'S  NEGLECT  OF  ENGLISH  SCENERY 

Nation  76:92: Jan.  1903. 
BROWNING'S  OBSCURITY 

By  Robert   Niven.    New   England   Magazine   577-581 : Jan.    1890 

821.88  Xman. 
BROWNING'S  OBSCURITY  AND  HIS  ELOPEMENT  WITH  MISS 

BARRETT 

By  Francis  Gribble.    Littell's  Living  Age  273 :674-683 : June   15, 

1912. 

Nineteenth  Century  71  :976-988:May  1912. 

BROWNING  ON  ART 

By  R.  M.  Adamson.    The  Scottish  Review  2:15:85-87. 

BROWNINGS  ONLY  PUBLIC  SPEECH 

Littell's  Living  Age  184: 1 92: Jan.  18.  1890. 

BROWNING'S  OPTIMISM 

By  W.  N.  G.   Dial  18:290:  May  16.  1895. 

BROWNING'S  PHILOSOPHY 

By  John  Bury.    Berdoe's  Browning  Studies.   28-46     821.88  Vlbt. 
Same.  London  Browning  Society  Papers  3:259-277     821.68  Db», 


68  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

BROWNING'S  PICTURES  OF  CHIVALRY 

By  H.  L.  Reed.   Poet  Lore  11 :4:588-601. 
BROWNING'S  PLACE  IN  LITERATURE 

By    Emily     Shaw    Forman.      Cosmopolitan     8:5:560-564 -March 

1890    821.88  Xsf. 

Same.  Fortnightly    Review    58:    Old    Style    95: 560 -564: Oct.    1. 

1871     821.88  Xsf. 

By  A.  Orr.   Contemporary  Review  23:934-965:  May  1874. 

By  Mrs.  Alexander  Orr.    Littell's  Living  Age  122:67-85     821.88 

Dom. 
BROWNING'S  POETRY,  ELIZABETH  BARRETTS  INFLUENCE 

ON 

By  John  W.  Cunliffe.    Modern  Language  Association  23:2:New 

Series  16:2:1908     821.88  B we. 
BROWNING'S  PORTRAITS  OF  WOMEN 

By  W.  T.  Davison.    (London  Times.)    Littell's  Living  Age  281 : 

352-356. 
BROWNINGS,  READING  LIST  ON  THE 

Salem  Public  Library  3:21  :Jan.  1897     821.88  Asl. 

BROWNING'S  RELATION  TO  OTHER  POETS  OF  THE  CEN- 
TURY 

By  C.  E.  Vaughan.  Notes  to  the  Pocket  Volume  of  Selections 
from  the  Poems  of  Robert  Browning.  By  Alex  Hill.  13-16 
821.88  Dhn. 

BROWNINGS  RELIGION 

Homilelic  Review  39:210-16:Sept.   1900. 

BROWNING'S  ROMANCE  AS  REFLECTED  IN  THEIR  POETRY. 

THE 

Literary  Digest  31  :609-610:Oct.  28,  1905. 
BROWNING'S  SCIENCE 

By  Edward  Berdoe.    Poet  Lore  1  :8:353-362. 

By  H.  E.  Nesmith,  Jr.    Poet  Lore  2:5:287. 
BROWNING'S  SCIENCE  AS  SHOWN  IN  NUMPHOLEPTOS 

By  Edward  Berdoe.    Poet  Lore  2:12:617-624. 
BROWNING'S  SHRINE 

By  John   Howard   Jewett,   Homage   <o   Robert  Broivmng,   Alcph 

Tanner  91-92     821.88  Xht. 
BROWNING'S  STANDPOINT 

By  L.  Wright.    From  Papers  of  the  Jacksonville  B.  Club  2:11: 

604-607. 

BROWNING'S  STORIES 

821.88  Fhs. 
BROWNING'S  STRAFFORD 

Edited  by  Hereford  B.  George.    At  the  Clarendon  Press.    Oxford 

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BROWNING'S  SUMMERS  IN  BRITTANY 

By  A.  M.  Mosher.  Century  54: 755 -768: Sept.  1897.  32  New 
Series. 

BROWNING'S  TEACHING  ON  FAITH,  LIFE  AND  LOVE 
By  W.  Arthur  Hind.     821.88  Rhtf. 

BROWNINGS.  THE— THEIR  LIFE  AND  ART  ._ 

By  Lilian  Whiting.  821.88  Bwb.  Two  copies:  Fly  leaf  con- 
tains presentation  in  autograph  of  Miss  Whiting. 


BROWNINGIANA  69 

Review  of  Books.  By  Lilian  Whiting.   Contemporary  Review  101 : 

l:456:March  1912. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  271 :572.    Books  and  Authors. 
BROWNINGS,  THE 

By    Ida   A.   Ashborn.     New   England    Magazine    13:Nov.    1886 

(Typewritten) . 
BROWNING'S  THEISM 

By  Josiah  Royce.    Boston  Society  Papers  7-34     621.88  Vlbs. 
BROWNINGS  THEOLOGY 

(Spectator.)    Littell's  Living  Age  192:374-376. 
BROWNINGS  THEORY  OF  ROMANTIC  LOVE 

By  George  Willis  Cooke.   Boston  Browning  Society  Papers  84-98 

821.88  Vbp. 
BROWNING'S  TREATMENT  OF  NATURE 

See  under  Treatment  of  Nature. 
BROWNING'S  VIEW  OF  LIFE 

(St.  James'  Gaz.)    Littell's  Living  Age  184:255-256. 
BROWNINGS  VIEW  OF  LIFE,  ON  SOME  POINTS  IN 

By  B.  F.  Westcott.    London  Browning  Society  Papers  4:397-410 

821.88  Dbs. 
BROWNING'S  WOMEN 

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Hale.    (Miss  Burt's  Autograph.)     821.88  Pbn. 

By  M.  E.  Burt.    Poet  Lore  1:11  :534. 

By  Mary  Fredrica  Gross.     821.88  Dgw. 

By  Clark  S.  Northup.   Dial  58 :258-9 : April  1.  1915. 
BROWSINGS  IN  SHAKSPEARE 

By  W.  S.  Kennedy.    Poet  Lore  13:70- 74: Autumn  1904. 
BROWSINGS  IN  THE  TEMPEST 

By  Wm.  S.  Kennedy.   Poet  Lore  9:4:577-85:1897. 
BRUCE.  A.  B.,  AND  OTHERS.  R.  G.  MOULTON.  J.  P.  PETERS 

The  Bible  as  Literature  Biblical  World  9:31 1-313 :April  1897. 
BRUERE.  ROBERT 

Note  to  Rabbi  Ben  Ezra  B^  Robert  Brorvning.    Printed  by  hand 

at  The  Village  Press,  Hingham.  Mass..  1904. 
BRUNO.  GIORDANO 

Contemporary  Review   1 1 1  :257-261  :Feb.    1917,   Literary  Supple- 
ment 1 13. 

BRUNTON.  REV.  WILLIAM 

Letters  of  Robert  Browning  and  Elizabeth   Barrett,   Homage   to 
Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  106     821.88  Xht. 

BUCHANAN.  ROBERT 

Robert  Browning.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  52 
821.88  Xht. 

Master-spirits.   Browning's  Masterpiece  89-109     820.04  B918m8. 
Thomas  Love  Peacock-    (New  Quarterly  Review.)    Littell's  Living 
Age  126:157-165. 

BUCHANAN'S  POEMS,  ROBERT 

(Reviews.)    Saturday  Review  38: 3 78-380: Sept.  19.   1874. 

BUCKE.  DR.  R.  MAURICE 

A  New  Theory  of  Walt  Whitmans  Genius.    Literary  Digest  18: 
487-488: April  29,  1899. 

BUDGET  OF  MEMORIES,  A 

By  Sir  George  Otto  Trevelyan,  Bart.    Littell's  Living  Age  260: 

280-284. 


70  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

BULKELEY.  H.  J. 

On  Hearing  of  the  Death  of  Robert  Brorvning,  Homage  to  Robert 

Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  123-125     821.88  Xht. 

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The  Reasonable  Rhythm  of  Some  of  Brotvnings  Poems.    London 

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BULLETIN  OF  THE  UNIVERSITY  OF  TEXAS 

The  Grotesque  in  the  Poetry  of  Robert  Broisning.    By  Lily  Ben 

Campbell,  B.  L.  April  1,  1907    821.88  Dcg. 
BULLETIN,  SAN  FRANCISCO  PUBLIC  LIBRARY  MONTHLY 

Browning's  Worlds.     821.88  Asf. 
BURHAM.  SUSAN  WOOD 

The  Integrit\f  of  the  Home.   New  Church  Review  16:4 14-423: July 

1909. 

Music  As  We  All  Know  It.    New  Church  Review   16:224-238: 

April  1909. 
BURIAL  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING.  THE 

By  Michael  Field,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

125-126    821.88  Xht. 
BURIALS  IN  WESTMINSTER  ABBEY 

Current  Opinion  9:356-358. 
BURLINGAME.  E.  L. 

Browning  Cyclopedia.    Athenaeum  1  : 744-746 

Library^  of  the  World's  Best  Literature.   By  Warner.   5 :2557-2593. 

Selections  2565-2593     R  803  W279. 

Why  Browning  is  not  more  Popular.    Literary  Digest  15:399-400: 

July  31,  1897. 
BURNE-JONES  AND  THE  PRE-RAPHAELITE 

By  Cecil  Farifield  Lovell.    Chautauquan  46: 69- 72:  March  1907. 
BURNE-JONES.  EDWARD 

By  William  Knight.    Fortnightly  Review  86:680:Oct.   1906. 
BURNE-JONES,  HIS  ETHICS  AND  ART 

Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  189:24-47: Jan.  1899. 
BURNEY.  FANNY,  HER  DIARY  AND  HER  DAYS 

Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  203:85-1 16:Jan.  1906. 
BURNS,  AS  AN  ENGLISH  POET 

By  David  Christie  Murray.    Eclectic  Magazine  140: 194-200:  Feb. 

1903. 
BURR,  AMELIA  JOSEPHINE 

Creatheart:  To  Robert  Browning,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning, 

Aleph  Tanner  24     821.88  Xht. 
BURR,  DANIEL  SWIFT 

Diary  of  a  Journey  in  America  in  1805.   Journal  of  American  His- 
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BURRILL,  EDGAR  WHITE 

The  Passing  of  the  Old  in  Drama.    Arena  3 :205-224. 
BURROUGHS,  JOHN 

Complete  Poetical  and  Dramatic  Works;  a  criticism.   Atlantic  77: 

272-274:  Feb.  1896. 

Lucid  Literature.    Independent  52:928-930:1900. 

Poetry  and  Eloquence.    Chautauquan  15:63-65: April  1892. 

The  Vital  Touch  In  Literature.   Atlantic  Monthly  83:399-406: Jan. 

1899. 
BURT,  MARY  E. 

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Same.  Poet  Lore  1:11 :534. 

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537:  April  1891. 

Thoughts  from  Robert  BroTvning.   Selected  and  Arranged.    (Type- 
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Xhl. 

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A  View  of  Ibsen.   Contemporary  Review  81 :707-719:May  1902. 
BUTLER,  BROWNING  AND 

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(The)  Life  of  the  Spirit  in  the  Modern  Poets.    Poet  Lore  7:8fic9: 

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Reading  Course  for  a  Young  Poet.    Poet  Lore  9:1 : 1 1 8-22. 

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Recent  Boo^s  on  Tenn})son.   Poet  Lore  5:2:630-35. 

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CABOT,  ELLA  L. 

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193:  March  1897. 

CAILLARD,  EMMA  MARIE 

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CAN  LITERATURE  BE  TAUGHT? 

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CANADIAN  MONTHLY  AND  NATIONAL  REVIEW 

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Tenny^son's  Early  Poems.    Eclectic   Magazine    135: 778- 783: Dec. 

1900. 
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142:Jan.  1912. 

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CAREER  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING,  EARLY  LITERARY 
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CARLYLE,  EMERSON,  AND  BROWNING,  RUSKIN 

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CARRUTH,  W.  H. 

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CENTENARY  CELEBRATION.  AN  EARLY  BROWNING 

Editorial.    Dial  52:42:Jan.  16,  1912. 

By  Lilian  Whiting.    Munsey's  Magazine  47:21 5-220: May   1912. 
CENTENARY    CELEBRATION    AT    WESTMINSTER    ABBEY. 

THE,  MAY  7th,  1912 

Edited  with  an  introduction  and  Appendices  by  Professor  Knight. 

Contents:    Introduction  by   Professor   William   Knight  7-14;    The 

Oral  Interpretation  of  Droivning,  by  Bishop  W.  Boyd  Carpenter  1 ; 

At  BroTvning's  Crave,  by  Rev.  Canon  Rawnsley   12;    The  PoeC$ 

Home-going,  by  the  Rev.  Canon  Rawnsley  14;  Bror»ning  on  Fail' 

tire,  by  Miss  Emily  H.  Hickey  19;  Browning  and  Wordsioorth  on 

Intimations    of    Immortality,    by    Ernest    Hartley    Coleridge    31; 

BroTvning  as  a  Letter  Writer,  by  H.  C.  Minchin  38;  BroTvning  as 

I  Knew  Him,  by  William  G.  Kingsland  45;  An  Australian  Appre- 
ciation of  Browning,  by  Proff:ssor  Henry  Laurie  55;    The  Ring 

and  the  Bool^,  by  Dr.  Hill  (f  irmerly  master  of  Downing  College. 

Cambridge).  63.    Appendices:   (1)  List  of  Sympathisers  75;    (2) 

The   Robert   Browning   Settlement    Walworth,   by    Herbert   Stead 

Warden  98.     821.88  Bkc. 

Same.     821.88  Bkc.   Copy  2. 

With  Introduction  by  Profes?)r  Knight.     821.88  Bkc.  Copy  2. 
CENTENARY  CELEBRATION  Ob^  ROBERT  BROWNING.  FOR 

THE 

A  Poem  of  12  stanzas  by  Alfred  Noyes.    Fortnightly  Review  47: 

811-812:May  1912;   Harper'b  Weekly  56:10:May  18.   1912. 
CENTENARY  HISTORY  OF  THE  SOUTH  PLACE  SOCIETY 

Nation  59:203-204:Sept.  13.  1894. 
CENTENARY  OF  THE  BIRTH  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

Charles  Vale.    Forum  49:91- I06:jan.  1913. 
CENTENARY,  PREPARATION  FOR  THE 

Editorial.    Dial  52:2 19-20: March  16.  1912. 
CENTER  OF  THE  REPUBLIC 

By  James  Baldwin.    Scribnei's  3:589-600:May   1888. 
CENTERS  OF  SCIENTIFIC  AND  RELIGIOUS  THOUGHT 

By  Emma  Caillard.  Contemporary  Review  88:389-397:Sept 
CENTURY 

The  Author  of  the  Browning  Article.    By  Katherine  Coleman  de 

Kay  Bronson.   63:4:638:Feb.  1902. 

Robert  Browning.    By  Aubrey  de  Vere.    39:901  : April  1890. 

Same.  By  Agnes  Maude  Mai:har.   39: 736:  March  1890. 

Same.  By  William  Lyon  Phelps.    84:1 18-1 27 :May   1912. 

Browning,  a  poem.    By  Jeanie  Peet.    72-253: June  1906. 

Robert  Browning,  a  poem.    By  Margaret  Widdemer.    85:416:Jan. 

1913. 

Robert  Browning  as  Seen  by  His  Son.    By  William  Lyon  Phelps. 

85:41 7-420: Jan.  1913. 

Browning  at  Asolo.    By  Robert  Underwood  Johnson.    45:47:Nov. 

1 892 ;  45 : 1 :47 :Nov.  1 892     821 .88  Xman. 

Same.  By  Katherine  C.  de  Kay  Bronson.    37  Old  Series.  59  New 

Series  920-31  : April    1900. 

Browning's  Agamemnon.    25:468-470: Jan.  1883. 

Browning's  Summers  in  Brittany.    By  A.  M.  Mosher.    54:755-768: 

Sept.  1897. 
..Club  and  Salon  I.    By  Amelid   Gere   Mason.    56: 122- 127: May 

1898. 

The  Duel  and  War.   Editorial.   59:478-479: Jan.  1900. 


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Earl})  Writings  of  Robert  BroTvning.   23: 189-200: Dec.  1881. 
Cerousios  Oinos,  poem  by  Robert  Browning.    87:889: April  1914. 
Brian  Hooker.    By  Alfred  Noyes.   88:349-353: July  1914. 
Impressions  of  Drowning  and  His  Art.    By  Stopford  A.  Brooke. 
45:238-245:Dec.  1892    821.88  Xman. 

The  Influence  of  the  Bible  in  Literature.  By  Henry  Van  Dyke. 
80:888-895:Oct.  1910. 

(Topics  of  the  Time.)  International  Relation  of  Author.  Editorial. 
55:313-314:Dec.  1897. 

Letters  from  Browning.   84:128-130:May  1912. 
Literature   and  Life.     By   Arthur   C.   Benson.    88:773-778:Sept. 
1914. 

Look  at  Browning.    By  R.  W.  G.   26:320: June  1883. 
Masters   by  Proxy.    By   Robert   Haven  Schauffler.    88:506-512: 
Aug.  1914. 

The  Nature  and  Elements  of  Poetry.  By  Edmund  Clarence  Sled- 
man.  44:61 3-622: Aug.  1892.  6  Truth;  44:143-152:May  1892, 
3  Creation  and  Self -Expression ;  44: 859 -869:  Oct.  1892,  8  The 
Faculty  Divine. 

The  Need  of  More  Lying  Awake  O'  Nights.  Editorial.  83:949- 
951:April  1912. 

The  New  Poets.  By  Arthur  C.  Benson.  89: 705-708: March  1915. 
The  Muse  in  Exile.  By  William  Watson.  83:944-948: April 
1912. 

On  Mr.  Rawdon  Brown,  a  sonnet.   27:640:Feb.  1884. 
On  the  Reading  of  Poetry.    Editorial.    59 : 960-96 1  : April  1900. 
Palazzo  Rezzonico,  Robert  Browning's  House  in   Venice.   (Paint- 
ed.)   By  Frank  Brangwyn.    85:445: Jan.  1913. 
A  Plea  for  the  Poets.    Editorial.    52:31 6-31 7  :June  1896. 
Poe  in  New   York.    By  George  E.  Woodberry.    48: 854-866  :Ocl. 
1894. 

The  Poet.    By  Clinton  Scollard.    61  :800:March  1901. 
The  Poetic  Outlook.    By  Washington  Gladden.    31  :316-318:Dec. 
1885. 

The  Poetry  of  William  Blake.  By  Henry  Justin  Smith.  60:284- 
291: June  1900. 

President  Roosevelt  as  a  Reader.   69:95 1-954: April  1905. 
Realism  and  Reality  in  Fiction.    By  William  Lyon  Phelps.    85: 
864-868:Aprll  1913. 

Recollections  of  Robert  Browning  in  Venice.    By  Katherine  C.  de 
Kay  Bronson.    41  :New  Series.  43:OId  Series: 572-584: Feb.  1902. 
Remarks  on  Reading.    Editorial.    70: 154- 155:  May  1905. 
Romance  of  the  Nineteenth  Century.    By  Richard  Watson  Gilder. 
70:918:27:Oct.  1905. 

Tennyson  A  Fortunate  Poetic  Dominance,  Editorial.  78:637: Aug. 
1909. 

Tennyson  and  His  Friends  at  Freshwater.  By  V.  C.  Scott 
O'Connor.    55:240-268:Dec.   1897. 

Twelve  Yeaars  of  British  Song.  Edmund  Clarence  Stedman  34: 
899-916;   Browning  treated  on  902-905. 

The  Twilight  of  the  Poets.  By  Edmund  Clarence  Stedman.  30: 
787-800  :Sept.  1885. 

What  the   World  Might  Have  Missed.    By  W.  A.  N.  Dorland. 
76:113-125:May   1908. 
CENTURY  OF  AMERICAN  POETRY 

By  Oscar  Uvell  Triggs.    Forum  30:639: Jan.  1901. 


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CERVIN,  H.  C 

See  Music. 
CESARESCO.  EVELYN  MARTINENGO 

Puer  Parvulus.    Contemporary  Review  77:1 1  7-123: Jan.  1900. 
CHAD  WICK.  JOHN  \VHITE 

Broivnmg'a  Luria,   Poet  Lore  6:5:251-264. 

Luria.    Boston  Browning  Society  Papers  249-263     821.88  Vbp. 
CHALLENGE  TO  SOCIALISM.  A 

By  John  Beattie  Crozier.   Fortnightly  Review  90:96: July  1908. 
CHAMBERLIN.  GERTRUDE 

Broroningi  Saul.    Emerson  College  Magazine  20:3:124-131  :Jan. 

1912. 

Suggested   Programs.    Emerson  College    Magazine  20:3:132-134: 

Jan.   1912. 
CHAMBER'S  JOURNAL 

A  Departure  from  Tradilion.  A  Story  of  the  Year  *95.   By  Rosa- 
line Masson.   Littell's  Living  Age  207:15-23. 

On  Leisure,   Genius,  Bool(s  and  Reading.    By  Augustine  Birrell. 

Littell's  Living  Age  216:557-559. 

The  Ring  and  the  Book-    (Review.)    288:473-476: July  3.  1869, 
CHAMBER'S  REPOSITORY 

Of  Instructive  and  Amusing   Tracts.    Mr.  Robert  Browning.     18: 

11-12. 
CHANCELLOR.  E.  BERESFORD 

Browning  in  London.   Outlook.   Littell's  Living  Age  273:755-757 

June  22,  1912. 
CHANDLER.  FRANK  W. 

A  Creative  Approach  to  the  Stud^  of  Literature.    English  Journal 

4:281-291  :May  1915. 
CHANNEL  PASSAGE  AND  OTHER  POEMS.  A 

Athenaeum  4015:475-476:Oct.  8.  1904. 
CHANT.  L.  ORMISTON 

To  Robert  Browning,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

126-127    821.88  Xht. 
CHANTER.  ARTHUR 

See  Music. 
CHAPMAN.  EDWARD  MORTIMER 

The    Great    Twin    Brethren:    Tennyson    and    Browning. 

English  Literature  in  Account  with  Religion.  1800-1900.     11 

393  (Typewritten)     821.88  Ret. 
CHAPMAN,  ELIZABETH  R. 

Browning,    Homage    to    Robert    Browning,    Aleph    Tanner 

821.88  Xht. 

Talks  with  Tennyson.    Putman's  Magazine  7:549:Feb.  1910. 
CHAPMAN,  JOHN  JAY 

Emerson    and    Other    Essays.     Robert    Browning     185-213 

C466e. 

CHAPTER  IN  THE  HISTORY  OF  ORACLES.  A 

By  Basil  Williams.    Eclectic  Magazine  1 18:270-278: Feb.  1892. 

CHAPTERS  FROM  SOME  UNWRITTEN  MEMOIRS  IN  ITALY 
By  Anne  Ritchie.    (MacM.)    Littell's  Living  Age  203 :548-553. 

CHARACTERISTICS  OF  BROWNING 
Poet  Lore  2:7:400-412. 

CHARACTERISTICS  OF  PHILOSOPHY  AND  LITERATURE 
By  Emil  C.  Wilm.    Poet  Lore  24:2:122-125. 


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BROWNINGIANA  8J 

CHARLTON,  J. 

Brort>ning  Memorial  Notes.    Poet  Lore  2:2:100-111. 
CHARRINGTON,  CHARLES 

Municipal  Theatre.   Contemporary  Review  82:411 -428: Sept.  1902. 

CHAT  ABOUT  LONGFELLOW,  A 

By  R.  H.  Stoddard.    Literary  Digest  12:310-1 1  :Jaii.  11.  1896. 

CHAUCER 

By  Ferris  Greenslet.    Forum  30:383 :Nov.  1900. 
CHAUCER,  THE  WORKS  OF  GEOFFREY 

By  Alfred  W.  Pollard  and  H.  Frank  Heath,  Mark  H.  Uddell 

And  W.  S.  McCormick.  Athenaeum  3723:268-269:March  4,  1889. 
CHAUTAUQUAN 

April  in  England.  C.  L.  S.  C.   Round  Table.    By  Robert  Brown- 
ing.  62:266:  April  1911. 

Bishop    Vincent's   Eightieth    Anniversary;    Remarlgable    Tributes; 

Treasured  in  His  Birthday  Gift  Box.   67:21 -39  :June  1912. 

Bool(s  Received.    Editorial.    8:127:Nov.   1887. 

Browning  Day,  April  5.    C.  L.  S.  C.    Outline  and  Program.    21 : 

110-lll:April  1895. 

Robert   Broiifning   Day,   April    5.    Local   Circle.     20:756:March 

1895. 

Burne-Jones  and  the  Pre-Raphaelite.    By  Cecil  Fairfield  Lovell. 

46:69-72  :March  1907. 

Cleveland's  Neiv  Methods  of  Care  for  His  Words.    By  W.  Frank 

McClure.    61:90-98:Dec.  1910. 

C.  L.  S.  C.   Class  Direction  1882-1910.    Class  of  1905.    The  Cos- 
mopolitan.   Editorial.    44 :256. 

C.  L.  S.  C.    Outline  and  Program.    20:624:Feb.  1895. 

C.  L.  S.   C.    Outline  and   Programs.     Browning  Day,   March  7. 

By  James  Russel  Lowell.    12:797:March  1891. 

C.  L.  S.  C.  Outline  and  Program.    The  Ring  and  the  Book.    Edi- 
torial.   12:797-798:March  1891. 

C.  L.   S.   C.    Round   Table— Browning.    Editorial.    45:376-379: 

Feb  .  1907. 

The  C.  L.  S.  C.  Round  Table.   New  Browning  Course.    Editorial. 

46:369:  May  1907. 

Same.  News   from   Readers   and  Circles.    Editorial.    47:117-121: 

June  1907. 

The  Cosmopolitan   C.  L.   S.   C.    Class   Direction  Class  of   1905. 

Editorial.   48:295-302:Oct.  1907. 

Current  Literature  of  England.    By  Eugene  Lawrence.    8:70-73: 

Nov.  1887. 

Current  English  Literature — A    Criticism.    By  Eugene  Lawrence. 

8:143-146:Dec.   1887. 

Dickens  Fifty  Years  After.    By  Mabell  S.  C.  Smith.    62:93-102: 

March  1911. 

English  Poems  on  Creelf  Literature.    By  James  Richard  Jay.    17: 

272-273:  June  1893. 

George  Meredith's  Novels.    By  Emily  F.  Wheeler.    19:561-565: 

Aug.  1894. 

Graduate  Classes.    C.  L.  S.  C.    Class  Director   1882-1909.    Edi- 
torial.  42:184-187:Oct.  1905. 

Great  Schools  of  Painting.    By  Janet  Brownell  Glen.   63:163-202: 

July  1911. 

[n  What  Bool^?    Editorial.    7: 190: Dec.  1887, 


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The  Influence  of  the  Classics.  By  Paul  Shorey.  43:121-132: 
April  1906. 

Ital}f's  Women  Writers.  By  Lulgi  D.  Ventura.  8:590-592: July 
1888. 

The  Library  Table  Oh,  Which  Were  Best?  By  Robert  Brown- 
ing.   13:550:July  1891. 

The  Library  Table.  The  Year's  at  the  Spring.  By  Robert  Brown- 
ing.   13:121  :April  1891. 

Literature  as  a  Resource.  By  Hamilton  Wright  Mabie.  22:65-74: 
Oct.  1895. 

Pheidippides.    By  Robert  Browning.     16:378-379:Dec.    1892. 
A   Period  Without   Great  Men  of  Letters.    From  Highways  and 
Byways.    61  :1  :15-17:Dec.    1910. 

Poetry^  and  Eloquence.  By  John  Burroughs.  15:63 -65: April  1892. 
Poetrp  Since  Pope.  By  Maurice  Thompson.  15:320-321 : June 
1892. 

The  Poets'  Part  in  the  Malting  of  England.  By  M.  Wilma  Stubbs. 
61:227-234: Jan.  1911. 

Program  for  Browning's  Birthday,  May  7.  C.  L.  S.  C.  Round 
Table.    Editorial.    62:4l3:May   1911. 

Reading  from  Aurora  Leigh — Elizabeth  B.  Browning.  60:124 
Sept.  1910. 

Rossetti's  The  Blessed  Damozel.  By  W.  Bertrand  Stevens.  46 
109:  March  1907. 

ShaJ^spere  Day — ^April  23.  Robert  Browning.  8:428: April  1888 
Percy  Bysshe  Shelley.  By  Kenyon  West.  16:422-430: Jan.  1893 
Studies  in  Literature.  15:502-503: July  1892. 
A  Study — Easter  Day.  By  Robert  Browning.  8:428: April  1888 
Westminster  Abbey.  By  Kate  Fisher  Kimball.  60:384-405: Nov 
1910. 
Women   in    Creef^   Literature.    By    Emily    F.   Wheeler.     16:534 

CHELTENHAM  LADIES'  COLLEGE  MAGAZINE  OF  FEB.  1884 

By  F.  J.  Furnivail.    A  memoir.    With  three  Woodbury  types  of 

her   (Teena  Rochfort-Smith),  one  each  of  Robert  Browning  and 

F.  J.  Furnivail.     B  662c. 
CHEMISTRY  AND  CRITICISM 

Feb.  1893. 

By  Percy  F.  Bicknell.    Dial  42:133-135:March  10.   1907. 
CHENERY,  RUTH  BALDWIN 

Browning  Said  of  The  Ring  and  The  Boo^,  Homage  to  Robert 

Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  63     821.88  Xht.     Also  in  At  Vesper 

Time  53     821   C518v. 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning  in  At   Vesper  Time  49  811    C518v. 

A    Greeting   to  Browning  Lovers,  Homage   to   Robert  Browning, 

Aleph  Tanner  56     821.88  Xht.     Also  in  At  Vesper  Time  48. 

On  the  Bronze  Clasped  Hands  of  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Barrett 

Browning,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  88  821-88 

Xht.    Also  in  At  Vesper  Time  51. 

Sonnet    on    Browning's    Masterpiece,    The   Ring   and    The    BooJ^, 

Homage    to    Robert   Browning,    Aleph    Tanner    67     821.88   Xht. 

Also  in  At  Vesper  Time  52. 
CHENEY,  ANNE  CLEVELAND 

Clasped  Hands,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  88 

821.88  Xht, 


BROWNINGIANA  83 

CHENEY,  JOHN  VANCE 

That  Dome  in  Air,  Thoughts  on  Poetry  and  the  Poeta.   Browning 

236.    814  C518. 
CHERISHING  THE  MINOR  POETS 

By  Sidney  Low.    Literary  Digest  40:62 :Jan.  8,  1910. 
CHESTERTON,  GILBERT  KEITH 

Briefs  cm  New  Books.    Dial  35:223:Oct.  1.  1903. 

Robert  Bron>ning.    English  Men  of  Letters.    The  Macmillan  Co., 

New  York,  1912.    821.88  Bch. 

Life  of  Robert  Browning.    Everybody's  9:550-561  :Nov.  1903. 

Reviewed  in  Athenaeum  50:306-308: March  5,  1904. 

Reviewed  in  Independent  55:3: 1574-5: July  2,  1903. 

Reviewed  in  Outlook  74:526: June  1903. 

By  O.  W.  Firkins.    Forum  48:601  :Nav.  1912. 

Moral  Philosophy  of  Meredith.    Contemporary  Review  %:23-29: 

July   1909. 

The   Moral   Philosophy)    of   Meredith.     (Contemporary    Review.) 

Munsey's  30:153:Oct.  1903. 

The  Victorian  Age  in  Literature  40-41,  162-163.    See  index. 
CHESTERTON,  GILBERT  KEITH  AND  SIR  ALFRED  LYAU. 

BroJi'ning  and  Tennyson.     821.88  Bcht. 
CHESTERTON'S  NOVEL 

Munsey's  Magazine  32:120:Oct.   1904. 
CHESTERTON  PARODIES,  OLD  KING  COLE 

After  Robert  Browning.    Taken   from  New  York  Post  Jan.    12, 

1921.     Manuscript. 
CHICAGO  BROWNING  SOCIETY 

Robert  Browning's  Poetry.    Typewritten     821.88  Xch. 

Same.  Outline  Studies.    Published  for  the  Chicago  Browning  So- 
ciety.   Chicago,  Kerr  1886.     821.88  Vch. 
CHICAGO  PUBLIC  LIBRARY  BOOK  BULLETIN 

Robert  Brorvning  Bibliography.  2:5:76- 79  :May  1912     821.88  Ach. 
CHIEF  POET  OF  THE  AGE. 

By  \V.  G.  Kingsland.    Poet  Lore  2:4:208. 

See  also  under  Robert  Browning,  Chief  Poet  of  the  Age. 
CHILD,  FRANCIS  JAS. 

English  and  Scottish  Popular  Ballads.    Athenaeum  3230:377-379: 

Sept.  21,   1889. 
CHILDE  ROLAND 

By  Humphreys  Park,  Homage  to  Robert  BroUfning,  Aleph  Tanner 

74    821.88  Xht. 
CHILDE  ROLAND  AND  ITS  DANISH  SOURCE 

By  M.  Sears  Brooks.     Poet  Lore  4:8&9:425-28. 
CHILDE  ROLAND  AND  PARACELSUS.  QUERIES  ON 

Poet  Lore  1:2:91. 
CHILDE  ROLAND  AND  TENNYSON'S  VISION  OF  SIN. 

BROWNING'S 

By  Theophilus  Pasons  Swain.    Poet  Lore  11:2:256-265. 

CHILDE  ROLAND,  ANSWERS  TO:  QUERIES  ON 

By  E.  S.  F.    Poet  Lore  1  :3:140-41. 
CHILDE  ROLAND,  THE  JOURNEY  OF 

By  R.  J.  Gratz.    Poet  Lore  2:11  :578-585. 
CHILDE  ROLAND   (A)   LITERARY   PARALLEL  AND  SOME- 

THING  MORE 

By  Irene  Hardy.    Poet  Lore  24:1 :53-59. 


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Eclectic  Magazine  68:351 -53  :Sept.  1898. 


CHILDE  ROLAND  TO  THE  DARK  TOWER  CAME 

By  Thomas  Wenlworth  Higginson.    Poet  Lore   13:2:262-68. 

CHILDE  ROLAND  TO  THE  DARK  TOWER  CAME— AN  INTER- 
PRETATION 

By  George  H.  Willelt.   Methodist  Review  96:4: whole  number  528: 
Fifth  Series  30:4:601 -603: July- Aug.   1914     821.88  Xmmr. 

CHILDE.  ROLAND  TO  THE  DARK  TOWER  CAME,  THE  MOOD 
OF  BROWNING'S 
By  C.  Alphonso  Smith.    Poet  Lore  11  :4:626  628. 

CHILDREN,  ARRANGEMENT  AND  ADAPTATION   OF  THE 
PIED  PIPER,  FOR 

By  Robert  Browning.   Arrangement  and  adaptation  by  Miss  Mar- 
garet MacLaren.    Boston  1899     821.88  Hppb. 

CHILDREN  IN  ENGLISH  POETRY 

(Contemporary  Review.)    Littell's  Living  Age  267:108-111. 

CHILDREN  IN  ENGLISH  POETRY— PIPPA  PASSES  AND  EVE- 
LYN HOPE 
Contemporary  Review  98:2:4-5  Literary  Supplement  No.  24. 

CHILDREN'S  READINGS  AS  A  HELP  IN  TRAINING  CHAR- 
ACTER 
By  Ella  L.  Cabot. 

CHILDREN'S  WAYS 

From  The  Spectator 

CHIMES 

See  Music. 

CHIVALRY  AND  CIVILIZATION 

Reference  to  Ring  and  the  Boo\.    By  J.  E.  G.  de  Montmorency. 
Edinburgh  Review  222:1 18-1 34: July  1915. 

CHIVALRY,  BROWNINGS  PICTURES  OF 

By  T.  and  L.  Reed.    Poet  Lore  1 1  :4:588. 
CHOICE  BOOKS  OF  THE  YEAR 

By  H.  A.  C.    Poet  Lore   12:4:586-609. 

CHOICE  OF  SUBJECT-MATTER  IN  THE  POETS:  CHAUCER. 
SPENSER;  TENNYSON,  BROWNING 
By  I.  N.  Cog.    Poet  Lore  7:6&7:356-366. 

CHORLEY.  HENRY  FOTHERGILL 

Browning's  Bells  and  Pomegranales,  Pippa  Passes,  Colomhe's 
Dirihda}).  The  People's  Journal  18:38-40:July  1846  821.88  Dpj. 
Browning's  Bells  and  Pomegranates.  (Colombe's  Birthday.)  Peo- 
ple's Journal  104- 106: Aug.  22,  1846  821.88  Dpj. 
Memoirs.  Compiled  by  Henry  G.  Hewlett.  Mrs.  Browning  2: 
30-38,  167-169;  Robert  Browning  2:25-26,  169-174,  1:212-213 
B  C551h. 

CHRIST  IN  ENGLISH  POETRY 

By  C.  W.  Stubbs.    BroToning  and  Christianity  168-216.    See  also 

under  Stuart.     821.04  S932y. 
CHRIST,  RECENT  VIEWS  OF 

Editorial.    Independent  61  :2:1058:Noy.  1.  1906. 
CHRISTIAN  ART— THOUGHTS  ON,  ANCILLA  DOMINI 

By   Rev.   St.   John   Tyrwhitt.    Contemporary   Review    1:1:68-80: 

Feb.  1866;  2:2:59-80:393-41  l:May   1866  and  June  1866. 
CHRISTIAN  EXAMINER 

Essa})5  on  the  Poets.    By  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    75:24-43: 

July  1863    821.88  Xbm 


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CHRISTIAN  FAITH 

Drojvning  and  the  Christian  Faith.    The  evidences  of  Christianity 

from  Browning's  point  of  view.   By  Edward  Berdoe.   821.88  Rbb. 
CHRISTIAN  REMEMBRANCER 

Poetry  of  the  Past  Year.   Men  and  Women  by  Robert  Browning. 

92:281-294:April  1856. 

Quarterly   Review.    Poems   by  Robert  BroJvning,   Christmas  Eve 
-"         and  Easter  Day,  Poems  by  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.   21 : 

72:346-382: April  1851     821.88  Dcr. 
CHRISTIAN  SPECTATOR   (In  Magazine  Article) 

Brownings  Christmas  Eve.    3:261 -273 :May  1853     821.88  Xma. 

Mr.  Browning's  Latest  Poems,  a  Criticism  of  Dramatis  Personae, 

1864,  by  Robert  Browning.  44-57  :Jan.  1865    821.88  Dip. 
CHRISTIAN  TEACHING 

Modern  Poets  and  Christian   Teaching.    By  Frank  C.  Lockwood. 

821.88  Rim. 

By  Mrs.  Alexander  Ireland.    Berdoe's  Browning  Studies  321-331 

821.88  VIbs. 
CHRISTIANITY,  BROWNING  AND 

By  C  W.  Stubbs,  from  Christ  In  English  Poetry.   168-216    821.04 

S932J. 
CHRISTIANITY'S  DEPENDENCE  UPON  LITERATURE 

By  Henry  Van  Dyke.   Literary  Digest  31 :957-958:Dec.  23,  1905. 
CHRISTMAS  BOOK,  PIPPA  PASSES 

Athenaeum  3706:647  :Nov.  5,  1898. 
CHRISTMAS  EVE 

By  Robert  Browning.    Illustrated  by  Charles  Pears.     821.88  Cep. 

Second  copy. 

Same.  Introduction  and  Notes  by  T.  E.  Harvey.    Brother  Rich- 
ard's Book  Shelf  5,  J.  M.  Dent  &  Co..  London,   1913     821.88 

Hceh. 

Same.  Introduction  by  Mary  H.  Hull.  Done  into  print  by  the  Roy- 
crofters   at  the   Roycroft   Shop,   which   is  in   East   Aurora,   New 

York,  U.  S.  A.  1899.    821.88  Hceh. 

By  G  .M.  D.    Monthly  Christian  Spectator  3:261 -273  :May  1853. 

Introduction  and  Notes.    By  T.  E.  Harvey.     821.88Hceh. 

Liferarj;  5fuc/«es.   By  Dorothea  Beale.    108-129     804  B3661s. 

See    George   McDonald,   Imagination    and    Other   Essays.     824.8 

M135. 
CHRISTMAS-EVE  AND  EASTER-DAY 

A  Poem.    By  Robert  Browning.    London:  Chapman  &  Hall,  186 

Strand,  1850.    First  Edition.     821.88  Heel. 

Athenaeum  1 171 :370-371 : April  6,  1850. 

See  Christian  Remembrancer.     821.88  Dcr. 

Poet  Lore  1:20:356,358,532. 

See  Fifine,  etc.    By  Jeanie  Morison.     821.88  Dfce. 
CHRISTMAS  EVE,  EASTER  DAY,  SORDELLO,  STRAFFORD 

Poet  Lore  1:8:356. 

Reviewed  in  Atlantic  13:639-642:  May  1864. 
CHRISTMAS  HYMNS,  TWO 

By    Alfred    Domett.     See    Introduction.     Bookmark    of    Edmund 

Clarence   Stedman.     Contains    card   with   Christmas   Greetings   by 

Jenkin  Lloyd  Jones.     821.88  D668c. 
CHRONOLOGY  AND  METRICAL  TESTS 

By  Edward  P.   Morton.    South  Atlantic   Quarterly    10:159-168: 

April  2,   1911. 


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CHRYSANTHENA,  GATHERED  FROM  GREEK  ANTHOLOGY 

By  William  M.  Harding.    Nineteenth  Century  4:869-888. 
C.  J.  B. 

The  Drojvn'mg  Club  of  Meadville.    Poet  Lore  1 :6:278. 
CHUBB,  EDWIN  WATTS 

Book  Notices.    Masters  of  English  Literature.    Education  Maga- 
zine 35:537-542:  April  1915. 
CHUBB,  PERCIVAL 

Select  Poems  of  Robert  Droivning.    Education  Magazine  36:626. 
CHURCH  QUARTERLY  REVIEW 

Robert  Broivning.   Litlell's  Living  Age  186:771-784. 

Poeir}f  of  Doubt.   Littell's  Living  Age  137:410-421. 

The  Poetry  of  Toda^  and  Tomorroio.    Littell's  Living  Age   196: 

279-289. 

John  Ruskin,    Littell's  Living  Age   199:131-146. 
CHURCH.  RICHARD  WILLIAM 

Dante  and  Other  Essajfs.  Sordello  221-260     824.8  C5624. 

Bordello.    From  Dante  and  Other  Essa\^s   (Typewritten)     821.88 

Hsoch. 
CHURCHILL.  LORD  RANDOLPH 

By  Sir  Herbert  Maxwell.    National  Review.    Littell's  Living  Age 

205:28-37. 
CHURCHMAN 

Browning  and  Tennyson.   Spectator  61 :73-74:  Jan  18,  1890     821.7 

Xpmb. 

CLAIR,  ASTOR 

Recent  Verse — Philaster  and  Other  Poems.  Athenaeum  3173:220- 
221:  Aug.  18,  1888. 

CLARK.  BARRETT  H. 

American   Drama   Society.    Arena   3:179-193. 

CLARK,  ELIZABETH  M. 

A  Study  of  Rhymes  in  Brotoning.    Poet  Lore  2:9:480-86. 

CLARK,  HENRY  W. 

Tennyson:  A  Reconsideration  and  Appreciation.  Fortnightly  Re- 
view 92:226:  Aug.  1909. 

CLARK,  J.  SCOTT 

A  Study  of  English  and  American  Poets.  Robert  Browning  658- 
713    821.09  C5981. 

A  Study  of  English  and  American  IVriiers:  Elizabeth  Barrett 
Browning.  3:418-429. 

CLARK,  KATE  UPSON 

Browning    as   a    Masquer.     Centenary   Addresses     86.95      821,88 

Vnya 

Women  in  Literature.    Literary  Digest  19:61 4 :Nov.   18,   1899. 

CLARKE.  CLEMENT  G. 

To  Browning,   Homage   to   Robert  Browning,  Aleph   Tanner    53 

821.88  Xht. 

To  Browning.    (A  Poem.)    Outlook  52:97: July  20.  1895. 

CLARKE,  GEORGE  HERBERT 

A  Blot  in  the  'Scutcheon.  (A  Defence.)  Reprinted  from  the  April 
Number  of  Sewanee  Review  1920. 

An  Exposition  of  Browning's  The  Ring  and  the  Bool^.  Re- 
printed from  the  Methodist  Quarterly  Review,  April  and  July 
1911. 


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An  Aht  Vogler  Query  and  Ansiver.    Poet  Lore  2:1  :28-29. 

American  Poetry  of  the  Past  Year.    Poet  Lore  13:1  :  123-40. 

Ask  Not  one  Least  Word  of  Praise.    Poet  Lore  3:5:258-259. 

Books  Here  and  There.    Poet  Lore  13:2:299-302. 

Boston  Broivning  Society  Papers.    Poet  Lore  10:3:443-445. 

BroJvning  and  His  Century.     821.88  Jcb  C.  2. 

Bro-wning  as  Others  See  Him.    Berdoe,  Jones  and  Nettleship.    Poet 

Lore  8:5:265-270. 

Browning  Books  of  th^  Year.   Poet  Lore  5:5:277-283. 

Browning's  England.   A  Study  of  English  Influences  in  Browning. 

1908    821.88  Kce. 

Same.  Dial  45:41 5  :Dec.  1.  1908. 

Brownings  Folk  Poems.    Poet  Lore  12:1  :1 05-1 13 ;    11  :4:608-609. 

Brownings  Italy.   A  Study  of  Italian  Life  and  Art  in  Browning. 

821.88  Kci. 

Same.  Bookman  26:509: Jan.  1908. 

Same.  Independent  63 :2:1463:Dec.   19,   1907. 

Same.   (Under  Miscellaneous  Holiday  Books.)    Dial  43:384:Dec. 

1.  1907. 

Choice  Books  of  the  Year.   Poet  Lore  12:4:586-609. 

A  Defence  of  Browning's  Later  Work-    Ferishtah's  Fancies.    Poet 

Lore  12:2:284-304. 

Emerson  as  an  Exponent  of  the  Beautiful  in  Poetry.    Poet  Lore 

5:6&7:353-63. 

Flower  Songs  in  Fra  Lippo.    Poet  Lore  2:5:262-263. 

A   Croup  of  Art  Poems:   Old  Pictures   in  Florence,  Fra  Lippo 

Lippi,  Andrea  del  Sarto.    Poet  Lore  8:8:586-92. 

Library.    Poet  Lore  2:2:94-100;  2:4:208-209;  2:6:321-23;  2:7: 

374-78. 

An  Interpretation  of  Browning's  Ixion.    Poet  Lore  5:11:626-630. 

Musical  Symbolism  in  Browning.    Poet  Lore  3:5:260-269. 

My  Star.    Poet  Lore  1  :7:349-352. 

The  New  Criticism.    Poet  Lore  2:1 1  :598-601. 

New  Ideas  in   Teaching  English  Literature.    Poet  Lore  9:4:588, 

598;  8:7:432-54. 

Note  to  Balaustion's  Euripides.   Poet  Lore  26:1  :38-46. 

Paracelsus  and  The  Data  of  Ethics.    Poet  Lore  1:3:11 7-27. 

Pippa  Passes  and  Pippa  Dances.   Poet  Lore  20:2:122-128. 

Poems  of  Adventure  and  Heroism.   Poet  Lore  1 1  -.2:203-93 ;   1 1 :3: 

403-418. 

The  Poetry  of  Louise  Chandler  Moulton.   Poet  Lore  12:1 :1 14-125. 

Recent  American  Poetry.    Poet  Lore  2:8:427-35. 

Recent  Browning  Books.    Poet  Lore  4:5:276-83. 

Review  of  Asolando:  Fancies  and  Facts.   Poet  Lore  2:2:94-100. 

The  Ring  and  the  Book.   Poet  Lore  10:4:569-72. 

School  of  Literature.   Poet  Lore  9:3:417-18;  14:3:134;  16:2:129. 

A  Sketch  of  the  Prometheus  Myth  in  Poetry.    Poet  Lore  4:3:135- 

144. 

Study  Programmes :  Folk  Poems.    Poet  Lore  1 1  :4:608-609;   12:1  : 

105-113. 

To  Robert  Browning,  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

45    821.88  Xht. 

The  Value  of  Contemporary  Judgment.    Boston  Browning  Society 

Papers  153-163     821.88  Vbp. 

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CLARKE.  HELEN  ARCHIBALD,  AND  CHARLOTTE  PORTER 

The  Annals  of  A  Quiet  Broi»mng  Club.  Poet  Lore  7:5:225-240. 
By  I.  N.  Cog. 

BroTifning  and  His  Century.  Reviewed  in  Outlook  103:13:l6i2: 
734:March  29.   1913. 

Browning  Study  Programme:  A  Croup  of  Religious  Poems^  Cali- 
ban upon  Selebos,  Cleon,  Rabbi  Ben  Ezra,  A  Death  in  the  Desert. 
Poet  Lore   10:1:103-113. 

Same.  A    Croup   of  Art  Poems,   Old  Pictures   in   Florence,  Fra 
Lippo  Lippi,  Andrea  del  Sarto.    Poet  Lore  8:8:586-592. 
Same.  A  Croup  of  Music  Poems,  A  Toccata  of  Caluppi's,  Master 
Hugues  of  Saxe-Cotha,  Abt  Vogler.    Poet  Lore  10:2:288-293. 
Broivning   Stud}^   Programmes.     First    and   Second   Series    in   one 
volume.     821.88  Zsp. 
Same.  In  two  volumes.     821.88  Zcp. 

Brojuning's  Follf  Poems:  A  Study  Programme.  Poet  Lore  12:1: 
105-113. 

Edited  with  Introduction  and  Notes.  BroJ»ning's  Complete  Wor^s 
in  the  Camberv>ell  Edition.  See  under  Poems.  Camberwell  Edition. 
821.88  Gpc. 

Life  and  Letters.   Poet  Lore  18:1 :  140-142. 
Reviewed.   Mucl^le-Mouth  Meg.   Poet  Lore  1 1  :4:609. 
Introductory  Note  to  Saul.   With  drawings  by  Frank  O.  Small. 
Poems  of  Adventure  and  Heroism:  Browning  Study  Programme. 
Poet  Lore  11:1 :289-293.  403-41 8. 
CLARKE.  HUGH  A. 

BroUfning's  Musical  Eruditions.    Poet   Lore    12:151-152:Jan.    14, 

1900. 

Life  and  Letters.    Poet  Lore  12:1  :  151 -152. 
CLARKE.  ISABEL 

Some  Women  Poets  of  the  Present  Reign.   Nineteenth  Century  59: 

1012-1021  :June  1906. 
CLARKE.  J.  I.  C. 

Mrs.  Edd^  and  Her  Views.   Literary  Digest  22:730-731 : June  15, 

1901. 
CLARRISSE'S 

By  Eliot  Gregory.   Scribner's  53  :463-465:  April  1913. 
CLASPED  HANDS 

By  Anne  Cleveland  Cheney.    Homage  to  Robert  Broii>ning,  Aleph 

Tanner  88     821.88  Xht. 

On  the  Bronze  Clasped  Hands  of  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Barrett 

Browning.  By  Ruth  B.  Chenery.  Homage  to  Browning,  Tan- 
ner 88. 

To  the  Browning  Hands.    In  Los  Angeles  Browning  Club   Year 

Book  1916-1917    821.88  Via. 
CLASSICAL  AND  MODERN  LITERATURE 

By  R.  Y.  Tyrrell.    (Pilot.)    Littell's  Living  Age  240:567-570. 
CLASSICAL  ELEMENT  IN  BROWNING'S  POETRY,  THE 

By  William  Cranston  Lawton.    Boston  Browning  Society  Papers 

363-388    82.1.88  Bvp. 
CLASSICS  AND  COLLEGE 

By  B.  L.  Gildersleeve.    Princeton  Review   108:67-95: July   1878. 
CLASSICS,  THE  INFLUENCE  OF  THE 

By  Paul  Shorey.   Chautauquan  43: 121 -132:  April  1906. 

CLASSIFICATION  OF  BROWNINGS  POEMS.  MRS.  ORR'S 
London  Browning  Society  Papers  2:235-238     821.88  Db«. 


THE  ORIGINAL  CAST  OF  THE  CLASPED  HANDS 

by  Harriett  Hosmer 

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BROWNINGIANA  » 

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SHIPS 
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CLEAR.  CLAUDIUS 

Mrs.  Barren  Drovfmng's  Letters.   Bookman  6:463-66  Jan.  1898. 

CLEGG.  ERMA 

The  Ilalian  19th  Ccnfurp  Literature.  Baylor  Literary  17:290-294: 
May  1909. 

CLEON 

By  Robert  Browning.  London:  Edward  Moxon,  Dover  Street, 
1855.    First  edition.     821.88  Helm. 

Browning  Study  Programme:  A  Croup  of  Religious  Poems,  Cali- 
ban upon  Setebos,  Cleon,  Rabbi  Ben  Ezra,  The  Death  in  the 
Desert.  By  Charlotte  Porter  and  Helen  Archibald  Clarke.  Poet 
Lcre  10:1:103-113. 

The  Stud\f  Class.  By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.  205-206  807 
Ml  67. 

CLEVELAND'S  NEW  METHODS  OF  CARE  FOR  HER  WARDS 
By  W.  Frank  McClure.   Chautauquan  61 :90-98:Dec.  1910. 

CLIFF,  UNDER  THE 

By  Robert  Browning.   Atlantic  Monthly  13:737-738: June  1864. 

CLODD.  EDWARD 

George  Meredith:  Some  Recollections.  Fortnightly  Review  92:23: 
July  1909. 

CLOUDED  LITERARY  LINES 

By  Sidney  Low.    Literary  Digest  39:482:Sept.  25,  1909. 

CLOUGH  AND   EMERSON:   THE   METAPHYSICAL   SIGNIFI- 
CANCE  OF  DIPSYCHUS  AND  THE  WORLD  SOUL 
By  Francis  H.  Williams.   Poet  Lore  6:6&7:348-56. 

CROZIER,  JOHN  BEATTIE 

A   Challenge  to  Socialism.    Fortnightly  Review  90:96: July   1908. 

C.  L.  S.  C.  OUTLINE  AND  PROGRAM 

Chautauquan  20:624:Feb.  1895. 

Broi»ning  Da)).    March  17. 

By  James  Russel  Lowell.    Chautauquan   12:797:March   1891. 

The  Ring  and  the  Book-    Editorial.    Chautauquan    12:797-798: 

March.  1891. 

CLUB  AND  SALON.  I 

By  Amelia  Gere  Mason.   Century  56: 122- 127:  May  1898. 

CLUBS  IN  THE  UNITED  STATES.  BROWNING 

By  Hiram  Corson.   Literary  World  14:8: 127: April  21,  1883. 

CLUE  TO  BROWNING'S  MIND,  THE 

Editorial.    Dial  52:386:May  16,  1912. 

CLYMER,  W.  B.  SHUBRICK 

Landor  Once  More.  Scribner's  10:123-128:July  1891. 

C  M.  T. 

Browning  Year  Book-  Selections  for  every  day  in  the  year  from 
the  prose  and  poetry  of  Robert  Browning.     821.88  Syt. 

COATES.  FLORENCE  EARLE 

Robert  Broioning:  Homage  to  Robert  Brovining,  Aleph  Tanner 

102    821.88  Xht. 

Poems;  Robert  Browning  2:66-67. 

COBLENTZ,  H.  E. 

The  Blank  Verse  of  Sohrab  and  Rustum.   Poet  Lore  7:10:497-505. 


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By  Charles  S.  Calverley,  After  Robert  Broivning;  A  Parod]f  An- 

</io/ogj;,  by  Carolyn  Wells.    195     82 1 .08  W453pa. 
COCKPIT  FOR  LITERARY  COMBAT.  A 

By  Andrew  Lang.    Dial  44: 167:  March  16,  1908. 
COG,  I.  N. 

Annals  of  a  Quiet  Drowning  Club.   Poet  Lore  7:5:225-240. 

Miss  Ariel's  Paper.   Part  II  of  Annals  of  a  Quiet  Browning  Club. 

Poet  Lore  7:6&7:356-366:1895. 

Miss  Ariel's   Paper  Discussed;    Part   III   of  Annals  of  a   Quiet 

Drowning  Club.   Poet  Lore  7 :8&9: 436-446. 

Purport  of  Drowning's  and  Whitman's  Democracy,  The,  Poet  Lore 

7:17:556-66. 
COHEN.  MARY  M. 

Drowning's  Hebraic  Sympathies.    Poet  Lore  3:5:250-254. 

Is  He  a  Legitimate  Member  of  the  Victorian  School?    Poet  Lore 

12:2:317-320. 

Emma  Lazarus:  Woman,  Poet,  Patriot.    Poet  Lore  5:6&7:320-31. 

Life  and  Letters.   Poet  Lore  12:2:317-20. 

On  Drowning.    Poet  Lore  2:1:39. 

Source  of  Drowning's  Optimism.    Poet  Lore  4:11:567-68. 
COIT.  STANTON 

Is  Drowning  a  Theist?    Poet  Lore  2:7:390-92. 
COLBURN.  FREDERICK  SIMPSON 

Drowning's  The  Last  Ride  Together.   Dial  41:462:Dec.  16,  1906. 
COLBY.  F.  M. 

Review  of  Gilbert  Keith  Chesterton's  Robert  Drowning.    Bookman 

17:601-4. 
COLERIDGE,  LORD 

.    ...^..Education  and  Instruction.    Eclectic  Magazine   122: 157- 163: Feb. 

1894. 
COLERIDGE,  STEPHEN 

Great  Testimony^.   (Against  Scientific  Cruelty.)  17-21      174.9C693. 
COLERIDGE-TAYLOR,  S. 

See  Music. 
COLES,  BLANCHE 

To  Mrs.  Thomas  D.  Stowell  and  Mrs.  Sidne\)  J.  Parsons;  Homage 

to  Robert  Drowning,  Aleph  Tanner  83.     821.88  Xht. 
COLES,  BLANCHE  (MRS.  THOMAS  R.  COLES) 

A  Peasant  Woman  in  Ital^.   Suggested  by  Browning's  The  Italian 

in  England.    In  manuscript,  not  yet  published. 
COLIN,  REV.  J.  R. 

Vital  Problems  of  Religion.    Contemporary  Review  106:560-562: 

Oct.  1914.    Literary  Supplement  85. 
COLLAR,  MARY  C. 

Boston  Browning  Society.    Poet  Lore  8:6:357-66. 
COLLECiED  PLAYS  OF  OSCAR  WILDE,  THE 

By  St.  John  Hankin.    Fortnightly  Review  89: 796-797:  May  1908. 
COLLEGES  BLAMED  FOR  OUR  LACK  OF  AUTHORS 

By  William  W.  Ellworth.    Literary  Digest  53:1  :304-305: Aug.  5. 

1916. 
COLLIER'S  WEEKLY 

The  Modern  Villain.   By  Norman  Hapgood.  33:18:April  30,  1904. 
COLLINS,  J.  CHURTON 

Drowning  and  Duiler.    Contemporary  Review  98:2:467-476:Oct. 

1910. 


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Same.  Liltell's  Living  Age  267:481 -488:  Nov.  1910. 

Language   Versus  Literature  at  Oxford.    Nineteenth  Century  37: 

290-303  :Feb.  1895. 

Old  and  Neii>  Lights  of  Shal^espeare's  Hamlet.   Contemporary  Re- 
view 88:649-664:Nov.  1905. 

Poetr}f   and   Symbolism.    Contemporary   Review.    Littell's   Living 

Age  256:357-371. 

Poetry  and  Syfmbolism :  A  Stud}f  of  the   Tempest.    Contemporary 

Review  93:65-84: Jan.  1908. 
COLLINS.  JOHN  CHURTON,  MEMORIES  OF 

By  Margaret  E.  Luce. 
COLLINS.  J.  P. 

Literary  Cems  for  the  British  Red  Cross.    Literary  Digest  57:30- 

31:April30,  1918. 
COLLVILLE,  K.  N. 

Shalfspere's  First  Critical  Editor.   Nineteenth  Century  86:266-297: 

Aug.  1919. 
COLOMBES  BIRTHDAY 

Athenaeum  757 :944-945  :Oct.    19.    1844;    3325: 107- 108: July    18. 

1891. 

Browning  Stud}f  Hints.  By  P.  A.  C.   Poet  Lore  4:1  :39-41. 

By  Henry  F.  Chorley.    People's  Journal  104- 106: Aug.  22.   1846 

821.88  Dpj. 

A  Criticism.   By  Vida  Scudder.    Poet  Lore  1 :  10:464. 

By  Oscar  L.  Triggs.    Poet  Lore  7 : 1 :32-34. 

The  Studxf  Class.    By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.    126-127     807 

Ml  67. 
COLOMBES  BIRTHDAY  AT  SMITH'S  COLLEGE 

By  Bliss  Perry.   Outlook  46:13:July  2.  1892. 
COLUM.  PADRAIC 

John  Davidson,  The  Poet  of  Armageddon.  New  Republic  13:310- 

312:Jan.  12.  1918. 
COLVIN.  SIDNEY 

Balaustions  Adventure.    Fortnightly  Review  58:New  Series,  95: 

Old  Series  :478-490:Oct.  1.  1871     821.88  Xsf. 

John  Keats.    Contemporary  Review  1 13:106-107 :Jan.  1918:Liter- 

ary  Supplement   124. 
COMER.  CORNELIA  A.  P. 

Poetry,  Toda^.    Atlantic  Monthly  1 1 7:493-498: April,  1916. 
COMFORT 

See  Music. 
COMMENT 

Bookman  4:506:Feb.  1897;  6:287-88:Jan.  1897;  9:99-100:April 

1899;   9:107:April    1899;    9:395: July    1899;    9:483: Aug.    1899; 

10:415-16:Dec.  1899. 

COMMENT.  A  BROWNING  ANNIVERSARY 
Bookman  23: 590-592: Aug.  1906. 

COMMENT— BROWNING'S  FAVORITE  SONNET 
Bookman  10:204:  Nov.  1899. 

COMMENT— FACSIMILE  OF  LETTER  FROM  BROWNING 
Bookman  5:2:3:March  1897. 

COMMENT— LETTERS  OF  INTRODUCTION 
Bookman  9:309: June  1899. 

COMMENT  OF  PORTRAIT 

Bookman  2:467:  Feb.   1896. 


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COMMENT  ON  CURRENT  BOOKS 

The  Bron>nings,  by  Signer  S.  A.  Fogazzaro.    By  Editor.    Out- 
look 86: 525:  July  6,  1907. 

Brownings  lial^.   By  Editor.   Outlook  87:877:Dec.  21,  1907. 

Through  Italy  mth  the  Poets.    By  Editor.    Outlook  88:611-612: 

March  14,  1908. 
COMMENT  ON  THE  BROWNING  LOVE  LETTERS 

Bookman  9:387: July  1899. 
COMMENT— OSCAR  WILDE  ON  BROWNING 

Bookman  22 :303:Dec.  1905. 
COMMENT— THE  HOOLIGAN  NIGHTS 

Bookman   10:14:Sept.   1899. 
COMMENTARIES 

Poet  Lore  1:11:533-536. 
COMMENTS  ON  NEW  BOOKS 

Atlantic  Monthly  67:701-71 1  :May  1891. 
COMMON  SENSE  BROWNING,  A 

Robert  Brorvning.    Everybody's  Magazine  9:560:Nov.  1903. 
COMMONPLACES  ON  POETRY 

By  George  Soule.   New  Republic  6:67-69:Feb.  19,  1916. 
COMPARATIVE  ESTIMATE  OF  MODERN  ENGLISH  POETS,  A 

By  J.  Devey.    Robert  Browning  376-421     820.7  D491ce. 
COMPARATIVE    STUDY    OF    WORDSWORTH'S    MICHAEL. 

TENNYSON'S    ENOCH    ARDEN,    BROWNING'S    AN- 
DREA DEL  SARTO,  A 

By  Vida  D.  Scudder.    Poet  Lore  3:2:87-93. 
COMPARISON  OF  ELIZABETHAN  WITH  VICTORIAN  POETRY, 

A 

By  J.  A.  Symonds.  Fortnightly  Review.  Littell's  Living  Age  180: 

195-209. 
COMPLAINT,  A 

R.  Barrett  Browning.    Athenaeum  3376:66: July  9,  1892. 
COMPLETE  BIBLIOGRAPHY  OF  THE  WRITINGS  IN  PROSE 

AND  VERSE  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING,  A 

By  Thomas  J.  Wise.    See  Bibliography^.     821.88  Aw. 
CONANT,  LUCY  S. 

In  Asolo.    Poet  Lore  18:2:247-58. 
CONCEPTION  OF  TRUTH  AMONG  THE  GREEKS  AND  IN 

BROWNING.  THE 

By  Mrs.  Helen  C.  De  Silver  (Abbott)  Michael  547  M582.   Read 

before  Boston  Browning  Society  Nov.  17,  1895. 
CONCERNING  HIGH  WATER  MARKS 

By  Thomas  Wentworth  Higginson.    Independent  42: 205-206: Feb. 

13,  1890. 

CONCERNING  LEIGH  HUNT 

(Cornhill.)    Littell's  Living  Age  194:131-144. 

CONCORDANCE  MAKING  IN  NEW  ZEALAND 

By  A.  E.  Trimble.   Atlantic  Monthly  104:364-367: July  1909. 

CONDITIONS  OF  GREAT  POETRY 

By  W.  E.  Henley.   Literary  Digest  21 :729:Dec.  15,  1900. 

CONDITIONS  OF  THE  GRAND  STYLE 

Spectator.    Littell's  Living  Age  157:120-123. 

CONE,  HELEN  GRAY 

The  Iris-Bridge.   Homage  to  Robert  Bror»mng,  Aleph  Tanner  105 
821.88  Xht. 


BROWNINGIANA  93 

CONFESSIONS  OF  A  BROWNING  LOVER,  THE 

By  John  Walker  Powell.     821.88  Ppc. 
CONFIDENCES  OF  A  SOCIETY  POET.  THE 

(Lond.  Quart.  R.)   Litteiri  Living  Age  21 1 :362-370. 
CONNOLLY.  MARGARET 

A  Plea  for  the  Stud^  of  Browning.  Arena  20:623-633. 

CONSCIENCE  AND  ART  IN  BROWNING 

By    E.    Johnson.     London    Browning    Society    Paper*    3:345-380 

821.88  Dbs. 
CONSTITUTION  OF  THE  SYRACUSE  BROWNING  CLUB,  THE 

With  a  Sketch  of  its  Organization  and  its  List  of  Members.  1882 

821.88  Bsye. 

CONTEMPORARY  POETRY 

Poetry,  Democracy  and  Chrisiiantly.    By  Charles  Williams.    II 2t 
230-231  :Aug.  1917. 

CONTEMPORARY  REVIEW 

Algernon  Charles  Smnhurne.  By  W.  Robert  NicoII.  95:527- 
538:  May  1909. 

An  Ancient  Instance  and  a  Modern  Want.  By  W.  Emery  Barnes. 
98:2:489-492. 

The  Annotated  Edition  of  Tennyson.  93:l3-l6:Feb.  1908.  Liter- 
ary Supplement. 

Matthew  Arnold.  By  H.  D.  Traill.  Litlell's  Living  Age  178: 
88-96. 

Art  and  Life.    By  Vernon  Lee.    69:658-669:May  1896. 
The  Art  of  Plagiarism.    By  Edward  Wright,  85:51 4-51 8: April 
1904. 

The  Australian  Muse.  By  S.  Gertrude  Ford.  103: 395-403: March 
1913. 

To  the  Author  of  Orion.  23:447-461  :Feb.  1874;  23:799-813: 
April  1874. 

To  the  Author  of  Orion  on  Literary  and  General  Topics.  23:281- 
302:  Jan.  1874. 

The  Black  Washing  of  Dante.  By  Howard  Candler.  88:552-568: 
Oct.  1905. 

Book  Notice  the  Agamemnon  of  Aeschylus.  Editorial.  2:444: 
June   1 866. 

Bottom's  Dream.  By  J.  E.  G.  de  Montmorency.  113:581-585: 
May  1914. 

Robert  Browning  and  Alfred  Domett.    By  W.  Hall  Griffin.    87: 
95-115:Jan  .1905    821.88  Bdg. 
Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  244:393-410. 

Browning  and  Butler.  By  Churton  Collins.  98:2:467-476:Ocl. 
1910.  Article  also  in  Littell's  Living  Age  267:481 -488: Nov.  1910. 
A  Browning  Pilgrimage.  By  Arthur  J.  Whyte.  103: 668-678: May 
1913. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  277:542-550. 
Robert  Browning.    Eclectic  Magazine  3 1 4-323 :  March  1867. 
Same.  By  Stopford  Augustine  Brooke.    58: 141 -152: Jan.    1890. 
Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  184:290-297. 
Same.  By  Andrew  Lang.    60:70-81 : July  1891. 
Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  190:563-570. 

Same.  By  Roden  Noel.    44:701-718:Nov.   1883;   Littell's  Living 
Age  159:771-781     821.88  Dnor. 
^MHo.  By  Philip  H.  Wickuwid.   83:86-99iJm.  190^, 


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Same.  Second  Paper.   Eclectic  Magazine  68:501 -513 :April  1867. 
Mr.  Drorvnings  Dramatic  Idyls.    By  Martin  Relph.    35:289-302: 
May  1879    821.88  Dom. 

Brorvnings  Old  Yellow  Book.  95:16:7-8:Jan.  1909  Literary  Sup- 
plement No.  16. 

Mr.  Brownings  Place  in  Literature.  Littell's  Living  Age  122: 
67-85. 

Browning's  Place  in  Literature.  By  Mrs.  A.  Orr.  23:934-965: 
May  1874. 

Browning's  Religious  Opinion.    By  Mrs.  Sutherland  Orr.    Littell'a 
Living  Age  192:365-374. 
Giordano  Bruno.    1 1 1 :257-261  :Lilerary  Supplement    113. 

The  Cambridge  History  of  English  Literature.  100:47:282-285: 
April  1913:Literary  Supplement;  1 1 1  :1 15:527-530: April  1917: 
Literary  Supplement. 

Camillo  Benso  Di  Cavour.  By  Putre  Orsi.  105 -590-593  :Literary 
Supplement. 

Centers  of  Scientific  and  Religious  Thoughts.  By  Emma  Caillard. 
88:389-396:Sept.  1905. 

Children  in  English  Poetry.    Littell's  Living  Age  267:108-111. 
Children  in  English  Poetry — Pippa  Passes  and  Evelyn  Hope.   98: 
24:4-5 :Sept.  191 1  :Literary  Supplement. 

Chips  from  the  Browning  Workshop.    By  William  Boulting.    107: 
667-669 :May  1915:Literary  Supplement  No.  92. 
Arthur  Hugh  Clough.    By  Charles  Whilbley.     105: 285 -288: Feb. 
1914:Literary  Supplement. 

The  Conception  of  Resurrection  in  Literature.  103:67:585-588: 
April  1913:Literary  Supplement. 

Conversations  and  Correspondence  with   Thomas  Carlyle.    By  C. 
Gavan  Duffy.    Littell's  Living  Age   192:531-550. 
Criticism  of  Poetry.    By  H.  C.  Bennett.    1 10:81 1-81 2 :Dec.  1916. 
Dante  in  English  Literature.    96:4-7:Sept.   1909:Literary  Supple- 
ment No.  24. 

Detlev  Von  Liliencron.  By  R.  C.  R.  Ensor.  96:448-457  :Oct. 
1909. 

Development  of  English  Metres.  By  William  Larminie.  66:715- 
736:Nov.  1894. 

A  Dip  in  Criticism.  By  Andrew  Lang.  Littell's  Living  Age  179: 
352-357. 

Ancilla  Domini:  Thoughts  on  Christian  Art.  By  Rev.  St.  John 
Tyrwhitt.  l:68-80:Feb.  1866;  2:69-80:May  1866;  2:393-411: 
June  1866. 

Drama  of  Ideas.  By  Norman  Hopgood.  Reference  to  Caliban 
upon  Setebos.)    74:712-723  :Nov.  1898. 

Early  Friends  of  Robert  Browning.  By  W.  Hall  Griffin.  87:471 : 
427-446:March  1905. 

Evolution  of  Tragedy.  By  C.  E.  Vaughan.  932:17-18:May  1908: 
Literary  Supplement. 

Fiction  and  Romance.    By  A.  C.  Benson.    100:1  : 792-805. 
First  Paper  on   Robert   Browning.    Eclectic   Magazine    314-323: 
March  1867. 

French  Aesthetics.  By  Edward  Dowden.  2:279-31 1  :March  1866. 
The  Function  of  Poets.  By  Museus.  95:l-5:May  1909:Literary 
Supplement  No.  20. 

The  Cenius  of  Dickens.  By  George  Barlow.  94:542-562:Nov. 
1908. 


BROWNINGIANA  95 

Glimpses  of  Thomas  Carly)le.  By  Percy  Fitzgerald.  Littell's  Living 
Age  278:216-223. 

History  of  English  Literature.  By  Andrew  Lang.  102:2:587-591. 
In  the  Poet's  Garden.  By  Phil  Robinson.  Littell's  Living  Age 
198:419-431. 

Influence  of  Democracy^  on  Literature.  By  Edmund  Gosse.  59: 
523-36: April  1891.  Same  Article  in  Living  Ave  1 89-259 :May 
1891. 

Is  Literature  Dying?  By  Herbert  Paul.  Littell's  Living  Age  253: 
387-395. 

Is  Shakespeare  Self  Revealed.^  By  Edward  Dow^den.  96:542-561: 
Nov.  1909. 

Mr.  A.  A.  Jack's  Literary  Studies.    101 :1  :444-445: March   1912. 
La  Saisiaz.    By  A.  Taylor  Innes.    70: 262 -76: Aug.  1896. 
James  Lee's  Wife.    104:454:Sept.  1913:Literary  Supplement. 
John  Keats.    By  Sidney  Calvin.    1 13: 106- 108:Literary  Supplement 
124:Jan.   1918. 

La  Saisiaz  in  1895.  By  A.  Taylor  Innes.  Littell's  Living  Age 
210:678-689. 

Letters  from  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.  By  R.  H.  Home.  23: 
146-162:Dec.  1873. 

Letters  from  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning  to  the  Author  of  Orion 
on  Literary  and  General  Topics.  By  R.  H.  Home.  Littell's  Living 
Age  120:281-290;  535-547.      . 

Life  of  Robert  Browning.  By  Ronald  Bayne.  99:46: Literary  Sup- 
plement 40.  » 
Literary  Conferences.    By  "Walter  Besant.    65":  123- 139: Jan.  1894. 
Literary  Teachings  in  Public  Schools.    By  E.  C.  Everard  Owen. 
102:560-566:Jan.  1913. 

George  MacDonald.   By  Henry  Holbeach.    19:37-55:March  1872. 
Milton.    By  W.  T.  Alexander.   96:668-683:Dec.  1909. 
Milton  and  Modern  Men.    By  J.  E.  G.  de  Montmorency.   94:693- 
705:Dec.  1908. 

Modern  Ballads.  By  Henry  G.  Hewlett.  26:958-980: Nov.  1875. 
Moral  Philosophy  of  Meredith.  By  G.  K.  Chesterton.  96:23-29: 
July  1909. 

The  Moral  Philosophy  of  Meredith.  By  G.  K.  Chesterton.  Lit- 
tell's Living  Age  262:423-427. 

Morality  and  Immorality :  Two  in  the  Campagna  686.  By  T.  W. 
Fowle.    19:673-695:May  1871. 

Municipal  Theatre.  By  Charles  Carrington.  82:41 1-428 :Sept. 
1902. 

A  New  Criticism  of  Poetry.    72: 390-399: Sept.  1897. 
Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  215:520-527. 

The  New  Laokoon — An  Essay  on  Confusion  of  the  Arts.  By 
Irving    Babbitt.    99:41  :16-19:May    1911. 

New  Poems  of  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.  Reviewed 
107:667-69:May  1915. 

A  New  Poet  and  Psychologist.  104:750-751  :Nov.  1913:Literary 
Supplement. 

The  Obverse  Side  of  Aristophanes.  By  R  .E.  S.  Hart.  71  :662- 
679:  May  1897. 

Old  and  New  Lights  of  Shakspeare's  Hamlet.  By  J.  Churton 
Collins.  88:649-664:Nov.  1905. 

On  Undesirable  Information.  By  E.  F.  Benson.  68: 125- 133: July 
1895. 


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The  Optimism  of  Butlers  Analog^f.  94:7-8: July  1908:Lite«ary 
Supplement. 

Oxford  and  Jowett.  By  A.  M.  Fairbairn.  71 :829-851  :June  1897. 
The  Paths  of  C/orj;,  By  J.  E.  G.  de  Montmorency.  108: 113-1 18: 
July  1915. 

Patriotism  and  Christianii}).    By  Augustine  Birrell.    87:193-201. 
The  Poems  of  Mr.  Matthew  Arnold.    By  Henry  G.  Hewlett.    24: 
559-567  :Sept.  1874. 

The  Poems  of  Emil^  Bronte.  Edited  by  Clement  Shorter.  99:5-8: 
May  1911  :Literary  Supplement  No.  41. 

The  Poetical  Work  of  the  Nen>  Poet-Laureate.  104:284-286: Aug. 
1 9 1 3 :  Literary  Supplement. 

Poetry  and  Symbolism:  A  Study  of  the  Tempest.    By  J.  Churton 
Collbs.    93:65-84: Jan.   1908. 
Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  256:357-371. 

Poetry  in  Drama.    By  William  Poel.    104:699-707:Nov.  1913. 
The  I^oetry  of  Victor  Hugo.    By  Edward  Dowden.    22:175-197: 
July  1873. 

The  Poefs  Harvest  Time.  96:l-5:Oct.  1909:Literary  Supplement 
No.  25. 

Poets  of  Society.  By  Henry  G.  Hewlett.  20:238-269: July  1872. 
The  Pre-Raphaelite  Brotherhood:  A  Fight  for  Art.  By  W.  Hol- 
man  Hunt.  98:2:592-609. 

Puer  Parvulus.  By  Evelyn  Martinengo  Cesaresco.  77:117-123: 
Jan.   1900. 

The  Three  Interests  in  Old  English  Literature.  By  David  Masson. 
21:199:225:Jan.  1873. 

Red  Cotton  Nightcap  Country.  A  Criticism.  By  A.  Orr.  22:87- 
106:  June  1873. 

The  Religious  Opinions  of  Robert  Browning.  By  Mrs.  A.  Orr. 
60:876-91  :Dec.  1891. 

The  Religious  Opinions  of  Robert  Browning.  By  Mrs.  Sutherland 
Orr.    Litlell's  Living  Age  192:365-374. 

Reminiscences  of  Lord  Bath.  By  Malcolm  MacColl.  Littell's  Liv- 
ing Age  210:44-54. 

Review  of  Books,  The  Brownings,  Their  Life  and  Art.  By  Lillian 
Whiting.    101  :l:456:March  1912. 

Ruskin's  View  of  Literature.  By  R.  Warwick  Bond.  87:844-860: 
June  1905. 

The  Scientific  Movement  and  Literature.  By  Edward  Dowden. 
Littell's  Living  Age  135:3-15. 

Shakespeare's  Moon.  98:2:1 -4 :March  191 1  :Literary  Supplement 
No.  24. 

Some  Browning  Memories.  By  William  J.  Kingsland.  102:1 :202- 
210:Aug.   1912. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  275 :220-227. 

Some  Recent  Books.    By  a  Reader.    89:296-304: Feb.  1906; 
143-152:July    1906;    90:447-456:Sept.     1906; 
1907;  91:445-457:March  1907. 
Some  Recent  Books — Ring  and  the  Book' 
897-906  :Dec.  1906. 
Studies  in  Literary  Psychology.  By  Vernon  Lee.  85: 386-392: June 
1914. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  241  :213-217. 

Mr.  Swinburne's  Posthumous  Poems.  By  Edmund  Gosse.  112; 
106-107  sLiterary  Supplement  No.  t16tjwly  1917. 


90: 
91:141-152:Jan. 

By   a  Reader.    90: 


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On  Taste  in  Poetry  and  the  Fate  of  M.  SuU\f  Prudhomme.    By 

Edmund  Gosse.   92:l-6:Literary  Supplement  No.  3:Dec.  1907. 

Lord  de  Tablejf.   By  Edmund  Gosse.   69:84-99: Jan.  1896. 

Same.  A  Portrait.   Littell's  Living  Age  208:346-357:Feb.  1896. 

The  Transfiguration  of  Matter.   By  George  Boslow.    85:686-696: 

May   1904. 

Tvfo  Archbishops.    By  F.  W.  Farrar.    LittelPs  Living  Age  211: 

560-569. 

A  View  of  Ihsen.  By  A.  Maynard  Butler.  81 :707-719:May  1902. 

Vital  Problems  of  Religion.    By  Rev.  J.  R.  Cohu.    106:560-562: 

Oct.  1914.   Literary  Supplement  85. 

IValt   Whitmans  Poems.    By  Peter  Bayne.    LittelKs  Living  Age 

128:91-103. 

When    The^   Return — Unsigned.     114:Literary   Supplement    133: 

471-472:Oct.  1918.    When  They  Return*  *//  We  return.    Letters 

of  a  Soldier  of  Kitchiner's  Army.    By  G.  B.  Manwaring. 
CONTRIBUTION  TO  LITERATURE,  BROWNING'S 

By  Oscar   Lovell   Triggs.    Ner»    Unity   39: July    15    1897    (Old 

Series),  New  Series  5:408-411     821.88  Enu. 
CONTRIBUTOR'S  CLUB,  THE 

Atlantic  Monthly  48:710-716:Nov.  1881  ;  49: 566-572: April  1882; 

52:41 9-430 :Sept.  1883;  57:427-431 : Mar.  1886:  58- 137- 142: July 

1886;    58:857-860:Dec.    1886;    62: 134- 140: July    1888;    63:713- 

719:May   1889;    65:281 -285 :Feb.   1890;   66: 133- 139: July   1890; 

67:280-288:Feb.  1891;  112:852-858:Dec.  1913. 
CONTROVERSY,  THE  GLADSTONE-BROWNING 

By  Richard  E.  Crook.   Littell's  Living  Age  246:626-630:Scpt.  2. 

1905. 
CONVERSATIONS  AND  CORRESPONDENCES  WITH  THOMAS 

CARLYLE 

By  C.  Gavan  Duffy.   Contemporary  Review.    Littell's  Living  Age 

192:531-550. 
CONVERSE,  FLORENCE 

Shelley's  Influence  on  Browning.    Poet  Lore  7:1:18-28. 
CONWAY,  MONCURE  D. 

Recollections  of  Robert  Browning.   Nation  50:27-30: Jan.  9,  1890. 

Sordello.   London  Browning  Society  Papers  7:  (Abstract  1-4). 

Unpublished  Letter.    Independent  47:l:681:May  23,  1895. 

Current  Opinion  38:43-46: Jan.  1905. 
CONWAY,  RECOLLECTION  OF,  MONCURE  D. 

Literary  Digest  30:53-54: Jan.  14.  1905. 
COOGLER,  J.  GORDON 

Purely  Original  Verse.    See  pages  8  and  30  of  Introduction  for 

Browning  reference.    812  C769. 
COOK,  ALBERT  S. 

The  Prophet  and  His  Bride  Query.   Poet  Lore  3 :5 :288. 

Queries,  Browning.   Poet  Lore  2:11:591. 

Query,  Browning.   Poet  Lore  2:12:654. 
COOK.  E.  F. 

Mr.  Ruslfin  in  Relation  to  Modern  Problems.    Eclectic  Magazina 

122:486-493:  April  1894. 
COOKE,  GEORGE  WILLIS 

Browning  as  a  Religious  Teacher.    Poet  Lore  2:6:333-336. 

Browning's  Interpretation  of  Romantic  Love  as   Compared   with 

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Poetic  Limitations  of  Sordello.  Poet  Lore  4:12:612-616. 
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ing's Theory  of  Art  303;  (4)  Characteristics  of  Browning's  Poetry 
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COOPER,  LANE 

Ancient  and  Modern  Letters.  South  Atlantic  Quarterly  11:234- 
243:  July   1912. 

COOPER'S  RANK  AS  A  NOVELIST 

By  William  L.  Alden.    Literary  Digest   18:339: March  25,   1889. 

COPELAND  AND  DAY  EDITION 

Mrs.  Browning's  Sonnets  from  the  Portuguese.  Dial  21:387:Dec. 
16,  1896. 

COPYRIGHT 

Edinburgh  Review.    Editor.    191  :  147: Jan.   1900. 

CORKRAN.  HENRIETTE 

Celebrities  and  L  Robert  Browning  \\-\7,  3\-3S,  \62-\70.  Eliza- 
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A  Little  Girl's  Recollections.  (Temp.  B.)  Littell's  Living  Age 
204:311-315. 

A  Little  Girl's  Recollections  of  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning,  Wil- 
liam Makepeace  Thac^era^  and  the  late  Emperor  Louis  Napohon. 
Eclectic  Magazine  124:345-349: March  1895. 

CORNHILL  MAGAZINE 

Aeschylus'    Soliloquy.     209;     New    Series,     (647)  :577-58l  :Nov. 

1913     821.88  Hoes. 

At  the  Sign  of  the  Plough.   Littell's  Living  Age  268:563. 

Same.  Questions  on  Browning.    By  Owen  Seaman.   Littell's  Living 

Age  269:54-55,  175. 

Mrs.  Bronson's  Recollection  of  Browning  in  Venice.    25:353-354: 

March  1902. 

Robert  Browning  in  Edinburgh.    By  Rosaline  Masson.  New  Series 

152: 590:  Feb.  1909.    In  Magazine  Articles  No.  1.     821.88  Xman. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  260:653-663. 

Browning  Out  West.    By  F.  M.  Padelford.    Littell's  Living  Age 

252:691-697. 

Robert  Browning's  Answers  to  Questions  Concerning  Some  of  His 

Poems.   By  A.  Allen  Brockington.    March  1914     821.88  Zcm. 

Concerning  Leigh  Hunt.   Littell's  Living  Age  194:131-144. 

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Living  Age  261 :475-482. 

English  Lyrical  Poetry^.   By  J.  D.  Littell's  Living  Age.    122:195- 

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From  the  Land  of  Letters.    By  Thomas  F.  Plowman.   Littell's  Liv- 
ing Age  288:598-609. 

Herve  Riel,  a  Poem   b\)  Robert  BroTvning.    Littell's  Living  Age 

109:63-64. 

Landor's  Imaginary  Conversations.    Littell's  Living  Age   140:3-15. 

Leaves  from  the  Diar^  of  a  Tramp.    By  J.  A.  H.   Littell's  Living 

Age  262:143-149. 

The  Nero   Criticism.    By   Urbanus   Sylvan.    Littell's  Living  Age 

224:432-438. 

New  Series  152:226-240: Feb.  1909     821.88  Xman. 

A  New  Stud^  of  Tennyson.    By  J.  C.  C.    Littell's  Living  Age 

146:483-492. 

Of  the  Drowning  Mss.    By   Frederic  G.  Kenyon.     166- 174: Aug. 

1913    821.88  Amss. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  278:733-738. 

Some  Letters  and  Recollections.    By  M.  E.  Lewes.    Littell's  Living 

Age  193:673-689. 

Some  Recollections  of  a  Reader.  Littell's  Living  Age  108:103-109. 

Sonnet  by  Robert  Browning,  beginning   Word  I  might   else  have 

been  compelled  to  say.    New  Series  212:10:Feb.  1914. 

Willows.   A  sketch.    Littell's  Living  Age  119:36-45. 
CORNISH.  F.  WARRE 

By  Leigh  Hunt.    Eclectic  Magazine  127:30-40: July   1896. 

Same.   (Temp.  B.)    Littell's  Living  Age  210:3-14. 
CORNWALL.  BARRY 

By  Henry  G.  Hewlett.    Nineteenth  Century  4:643-652:Oct.  1878. 
CORONATION  OF  THE  VIRGIN.  THE 

By  Fra  Lippo  Lippi.   In  Illustrations  to  Browning's  Poems.   Part  1. 
CORRECT  ENGLISH 

Song  from  Pippa  Passes.    12:1 :96: April  191 1. 

CORRESPONDENCE  BETWEEN  CARLYLE  AND  BROWNING 

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821.88  Be. 

CORSON,  C.  R. 

Notes  and  News.    Poet  Lore  7:4:222-224;  8:5:278-79. 
CORSON.  HIRAM 

Book  Inklings.    Poet  Lore  4:6&7:381-82. 

Browning  Clubs  in  the  United  States.    Literary  World  18:4:127: 

April  21.  1883. 

The  Cost  of  a  Poet:  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning's  A  Musical  In- 
strument.   Poet  Lore  7:5:259-263. 

The  Idea  of  Personality  as  Embodied  in  Robert  Browning's  Poetry. 

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On  the  Book  of  the  Ring  and  the  Book*  Browning,  Mss.  Notes 

and  News.    Poet  Lore  4:55-56. 

Personal  Reminiscences  of  Robert  Browning.    Clippings  in   New 

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6:5:248-251. 

Sagacious  Sivede,  Bror»ning*s.  Poet  Lore  6:6&7:373-74. 

See  Music. 

COSMOPOLIS 

Literary)  Recollections.    By  F.  Max  Mueller.    LitteH's  Living  Age 
213:75-89. 

COSMOPOLITAN 

The  American  Amateur  Stage.    By  Charles  Carey  Waddle.    10: 

12:Nov.  1890. 

Art  of  Coquetry,  The.    By  Gertrude  Lynch.    36:606 :May   1904. 

Breaking  the  Record.    By  I.  Zangwill.    18:244:Dec.  1894. 

Broivning's  Place  in  Literature.    By  Emily  Shaw  Forman.    8:5: 

560-564  :March  1890. 

C.  L.  S.  C  Class  Directory  1882-1910.   Chautauquan  44:256:Oct. 

1906. 

The  Influence  of  Victor  Hugo.   By  Edmund  Gosse.   32:633: April 

1902. 

Literary  Boston.   By  Lilian  Whiring.    10:209:Dec.  1890. 

The  Literary^  Development  of  California.    By  Gertrude  Franklin 

Atherton.    10:276:  Jan.  1891. 

Memorable  Love  Letters  of  the  BroTPning' s.    By  Rafford   Pyke. 

37:253-261:  July  1904. 

The  Month  in  England.   Bp  Andreiv  Lang.    19:112:May  1895. 

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26:120:Nov.  1898. 

William   Wetmore  Stor}^.    By  Mrs.  Lew  Wallace.    21:465:Sept. 

1896. 
COST  OF  A  POET:  ELIZABETH  BARRETT  BROWNING'S  "A 

MUSICAL  INSTRUMENT" 

By  Hiram  Corson.    Poet  Lore  7:5:259-263. 

COTES.  K.  D. 

The  Educational  Fiasco.   Fortnightly  Review  85:878:March  1906. 

COUNT  GISMOND  AIX  IN  PROVENCE 

By  Robert  Browning.  In  The  Rising  Generation  38:1 :20-21 ;  38: 
2:40-41;  38:3:71-72.  (Complete)  821.88  Xmrg.  Translated  into 
Japanese. 

COUNTRY  AND  CITY  MOUSE 

Munsey's  Magazine  31 :603-604:Aug.  1904. 
COUNTRY  LIFE 

Home  Thoughts  from  Abroad.   By  Robert  Browning.   9:695:April 

1906. 

Song  from  Pippa  Passes.  By  Robert  Browning.    10:317:July  1906. 

A  Summer  Trip  Through  the  Dolomites.    By  Eric  Bell.    18:363- 

364:July  1910. 

COUNTRY  OF  THE  RING  AND  THE  BOOK,  THE 
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Poet  Lore   10:4:569. 

COURSE  OF  STUDY  OF  THE  UNIVERSITY  ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOL,  THE 
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COURTHOPE.  W.  J. 

Life  in  Poetry:  Poetical  Conception.   Nineteenth  Century  40:260- 

273:  Aug.  1896. 

The  Secret  of  Life  in  Poetry).    Literary  Digest   1 3:588-89: Sept. 

5.  1896. 
COURTNEY.  W.  L. 

Robert  BroJi>ning,  Writer  of  Plajfs.    Fortnightly  Review  888-900: 

June  1,  1883  Magazine  Articles  1     821.88  Xman. 

Realistic  Drama.    (Fortnightly  Review.)    Littell's  Living  Age  278: 

775-786. 

Studies  Nenf  and  Old.  Robert  Browning,  Writer  of  Pla})s.    100- 

123;  820.4  C865s. 

Robert  Browning,  Writer  of  Pla\fs.   Eclectic  Magazine  New  Series 

38:3:358-366:Sept.  1883. 
COURTSHIP,  A  BROWNING 

Poet  Lore  5:3:166;  5:9:477. 
COURTSHIP.  A  BROWNING,  AND  OTHER  STORIES 

By  Eliza  Orne  White.     821 .88  Xws. 
COURTSHIP,  ELIZABETH  BARRETT  BROWNING'S  ACCOUNT 

OF  HER  HUSBANDS 

Poet  Lore  10:2:316-318. 
COURTSHIP  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING,  THE 

Literary  Digest  15:879-880:Ncyv.  20,  1897. 
COUSIN  VICTOR 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review    172:7:454-490:Oct.   1890;    172: 

485:Oct.  1890. 
COVENTRY,  PATMORE 

Poet  of  Love.  Editorial.  Literary  Digest  14:519-21  :Feb.  27,  1897. 

Nation  80:399:May  1905. 
CRABBE,  GEORGE 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  198:30-51  :July  1903. 
CRAFTSMAN 

Browning's    Message    to    Artists   and   Craftsmen    of    Today.     By 

George  Wharton  James.    149-151  :Nov.  1903. 
CRANCH,  C.  P. 

Robert  Browning,  Homage   to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

116    821.88  Xht. 

Personal  Reminiscence,  Browning  Memorial,  Sonnet.     821.88  Bmb. 
CRANE,  STEPHEN 

Parthian  Shots  at  Pre- Raff aelite  Poets.   Literary  Digest  41 :2:647- 

48. 

Dec.  15,  1910. 

CRAYON,  THE 

An  American  Journal  of  Art— criticises  Men  and  Women.    3:2: 
61:Feb.   1856. 

CREATIVE  APPROACH  TO  THE  STUDY  OF  LITERATURE 

By  Frank  W.  Chandler.   English  Journal  4:283-84:May  15.  1915. 

CREDIT  FOR  RELIGION 

By    Vernon    P.    Squire.      Religious   Education    11 :5]2:517:Dec. 
1916 

CREED 

See  Henry  Jones.     804  J77i. 
CRESPI,  DR.  ANGELO 

Tennyson   e   i  Browning.    Italian-British  Review  2 : 1 :34-45 : Jan. 

1919. 


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lVa\fs  of  the  Hour.    (Morning  Eyes.)     Lippincott's  94:252-253: 

July  to  Dec.  1914. 
CRISTINA  AND  MONALDESCHI  ON  BROWNING'S  POEM 

By  Mrs.  Alexander  Ireland.    Berdoe's  Broit>mng  Studies  321-331 

821.88  Vlbs. 
CRITIC 

Browning  and  the  Animal  Kingdom.    By  Elisabeth  Luther  Carey. 

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Browning  and  Sainte  Beuve.    191 : 488- 500: April  1910. 

Browning  for  Household  Use:  An  Examination.    By  Editor.    44: 

1:86:  Jan.   1904. 

Brownings  Last  Book-  307:Dec.  1889    821.88  Xman. 

Browning's  Treatment  of  Nature.    (First  Paper.)    By  Stopford  A. 

Brooke.   40:4:308-31 4: April  1902. 

Hermes.    Decoration  for  Poems  fcp  Robert  Browning  and  Eliza- 
beth Barrett  Browning.   By  Ernest  Haskell.   Aug.  1903. 

The  Ring  and  the  Boo^.    The  North  American  Review  1  :212-3: 

Dec.  1897. 

Various  Clippings  Quoted  Concerning  Browning's  Death.    13:20: 

Jan.  11.  1890. 

The  Young  Ideas  Views  on  Poetry.   34:306-7:Oct.  1901. 
CRITIC  OF  BROWNING'S  POETRY,  THE  LATEST 

By  Anne  Russel  Marble.   Dial  33:395-6: June  1,  1902. 
CRITIC,  POE'S  PLACE  AS  A 

Literary  Digest.    Editorial  26: 3 79-380: March  14,  1903. 
CRITICAL  WORKS  OF  MARGARET  FULLER 

By  Carolyn  B.  La  Monte.    Poet  Lore  7:10:477-87. 
CRITICISM  AS  THEFT 

By  Professor  William  Knight.    Eclectic   Magazine    126:358-364: 

March  1896. 

Same.  Nineteenth  Century  39:257-266:  Feb.  1896. 
CRITICISM.  MR.  WOODBERRY'S 

Atlantic  Monthly  66:847-848:Dec.   1890. 
CRITICISM  OF  BROWNING 

Poet  Lore  3:1:43-44. 
CRITICISM  OF  LIFE,  BROWNING'S 

By  W.  F.  Revell.     821.88  Drc. 

By  William  F.  Revell.    Poet  Lore  3:1:43. 
CRITICISM  ON  POETICS  IN  ASOLANDO,  A 

By  C.  B.  Wright.    Poet  Lore  3:2:102-3. 
CRITICS  AND  AUTHORS 

Saturday  Review.   Littell's  Living  Age  141 :3 18-320. 
CRITICS.  SOME  BLUNDERS  OF 

By  Charles  Dudley  Warner.    Literary  Digest   15:702-703: Oct.  9, 

1897. 
CROOK,  RICHARD  E. 

The  Gladstone-Browning  Controversy.  Gentlemen's  Magazine.  Lit- 
tell's Living  Age  246:626-^30:Sept.  2,  1905. 
CROSS.  ALLEN  EASTMAN 

Sonnets  from  the  Portuguese.    Poet  Lore   1  :4: 172: April   1889. 
CROSS  LIGHTS 

By  H.  B.  Simpson.    Wordsworth's  Successor.     821.88  Dsiw. 

CROSSE.  MRS.  ANDREW 

Thomas  Lovell  Beddoes.    (Temp.  B.)    Littell's  Living  Age  201 : 
157- 166:  April  1894. 


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March  1892. 

Old  Memories  Interviewed.    Eclectic  Magazine   1 19:505-51 5  :Oct. 

1892. 

Old  Memories  Inler\>iej»ed.   (Temp.  B.)   Littell's  Living  Age  195: 

372-383  :Oct.  1892. 

Red  Letter  Da^s  of  M^  Life.   John  Kenton  and  His  Friends  1 : 

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Science  and  Society  in  the  Fifties.    (Temp.  B.)    Littell's  Living 

Age  191:208-218:Oct.  24.  1892. 

CROTHERS.  SAMUEL  M. 

The   Enjoyment   of  Poetry.    Atlantic   Monthly   83: 268-276:  Feb. 

1899. 

Free  Religious  Association  of  America.   June  1899. 

CROW.  MARTHA  FOOTE 

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CULT  OF  THE  PASSING  HOUR.  THE 

By  G.  W.  Firkins.   Atlantic  Monthly  1 13:661 -668:Jan.  1914. 

CUMMINGS,  PRENTISS 

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CUNLIFFE.  JOHN  W. 

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16:2:1908.    821.88  Bwe. 

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Modern  Language  Association.   Nation  86:7 :Jan.  1908. 

CUNNINGHAM,  G.  WATTS 

Some  Thoughts  on  Brontnings  Ethical  Views.  The  Middlebury 
Campus  8:83-88: May   1912. 

CUNNINGHAM.  SUSAN 

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in  Florence.    821.88  Gsac. 

CUP  OF  COMUS 

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CURIOSITIES  OF  CRITICISM 

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CURIOUS  RELIC  OF  THE  BROWNING  FAMILY.  A 

Bookman  3:3:229-231  :May  1896. 

CURRENT  ENGLISH  LITERATURE— A  CRITICISM 

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CURRENT  EVENTS 

Broivning  Centenary.  By  Editor.  Outlook  101 :99-I00:May  18. 
1912. 

CURRENT  LITERATURE 

Browning's  Love  Affairs  as  a  T\fpe  of  Legitimate  Romance.  (Eliz- 
abeth Barrett  Compared  with  George  Sand.)  53 :348-353  :July 
1912. 

Epilogue  to  Asolando.   By  Robert  Browning.   33: 197: Aug.  1902. 
A  Forest  Thought.    39:21 9: Aug.   1905. 

Love  Among  the  Ruins.  By  Robert  Browning.  35:1 16-1 17:July 
1903. 

Ma})  and  Death.    By  Robert  Browning.    32:592:May    1902. 
Give  a  Rouse.   29:333:Sept.  1900. 

Review  of  Edward  Dowdens  Life  of  Browning.  By  Horatio  S. 
Krans.    38:109-111. 

CURRENT  OPINION 

Authors    Wives.  9:37-40:Jan.  1892. 

Beam  and  Browning.  By  Tom  Masson.  34:359:March  1903. 
Best  Poem  Ever   Written  in   the  English  Language,   The.    New 
York  Times  57:131-133:Aug.  1914. 
Burials  in  Westminster  Abbe}).   9:356-358: Feb.  1892. 
Moncure  D.  Conway  s  Autobiography.    38:43-46: Jan.  1905. 
Definitive  Place  of  Richard  Hovey  in  American  Letters,  The.   By 
Page  and  Rittenhouse.    44:277-279: March  1907. 
Dr.  Eliot's  Five-Foot  Library.   47: 158- 159: Aug.  1909. 
From  Ferishtah's  Fancies.    By   Robert   Browning.    34:471 : April 
1903. 

From  Ghent  to  Aix.   By  M.  W.  P.  34:200:Feb.  1903. 
Handboo^ing  of  Rudyard  Kipling,  The.    New  York  Sun  58:48: 
Jan.  1915. 

Highest  Type  of  Originality  in  Literature,  The.  By  Charles  Leon- 
ard Moore.   50:100-101  :Jan.  1911. 

Mr.  Hunel^er  Declares  That  Genius  Has  No  Country.  57:423: 
Dec.  1914. 

//  /  Leave  All  for  Thee.  By  E.  B.  Browning.  33:584:Nov.  1902. 
//  Thou  Must  Love  Me.  By  Elizabeth  B.  Browning.  34:471: 
April  1903. 

Is  too  Much  Written  on  the  Subject  of  Love?  By  Lafcadio  Heam. 
62:206:  March  1917. 

Latest  Word  on  Whitman,  The.  By  George  Rice  Carpenter.  47: 
45-48:  July  1909. 

By  Eugene  Lawrence.   Chautauquan  8:70-73: Nov.  1887. 
Mr.  Meredith  in  His  Poems.  9: 597-599: April  1892. 
George  Meredith,  the  Great  Psychologist  of  English  Fiction.   47: 
49-54:  July  1909. 

New  Appraisals  of  Robert  Browning.  By  Lilian  Whiting.  52: 
701-703 :June  1912. 

New  Church  Review.    By  Mr.  Speirss.   8:302-320: April  1901. 
Prospice.    By  Robert  Browning.    33:462:Oct.  1902. 
Pure  Gold  of  Nineteenth  Century  Literature,  The.    By  William 
Lyon  Phelps.   43:515-518:Nov.  1907. 

Real  Facts  in  Regard  to  Fitzgerald  and  Omar  Khyyam,  The. 
By  Editor.  46:508-510:May  1909. 

Recent  Poetry  Reference.  45: 572: Nov.  1908;  46:452: April  1909; 
47:102:July   1909. 


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Recollections  of  Brot»mng  in  Venice.    By  Katherine  Coleman  de 

Kay  Bronson.   32:336-341 -.March  1902. 

Reviev)  of  Edr»ard  Dor»dens  Life  of  Bror»ning.    By  Horatio  S. 

Krans.    38:109-1 1 1  :Feb.  1905. 

William  Sharp's  Struggle  i»ith  His  Feminine  Self.    By  Elizabeth 

A.  Sharp.   50:97-99:Jan.  1911. 

Soliloqu\f  of  Aeschylus.    By  Robert  Browning.    56:55 :Jan.  1914. 

Stud\f  of  the  Love  Poetry  of  the  Brownings.  39:499-50: Nov.  1905. 

Francis  Thompsons  Tribute  to  Shelley.    45:515-518:Nov.  1908. 

Unhappy  Love  Affairs  of  Men  of  Letters,  The.    By  Stradey  and 

Littlefield.    47:512-515:Nov.  1909. 

Voices  of  the  Living  Poets.    60:202: March  1916. 

Same.  (Mrs.  Browning.)    By  Editor.    62: 128- 130: Feb.  1917. 

Will  the  Novels  of  Meredith  Endure?    44:51 -53 :Jan.  1908. 

WordsJvorth  as  A  Poet  Great  in  Spite  of  Himself.    By  Carman 

andRannie.  43: 630-632: Dec.  1907. 

A   Year's  Literary  Production.   By  H.  W.  Mabie.   9:433:March 

1892. 
CURRENT  POETRY 

Literary  Digest.    52:l:75:Jan.  8.  1916. 

Editorial.    Literary  Digest  53:1 :198-202: July  22.  1916. 
CURRENT  TOPICS 

Albion  47:11  :133:March   13.   1869. 
CURRY.  S.  S. 

BroTvning  and  the  Dramatic  Monologue.     821.88  Lcb. 

Same.  (Review.)    Independent  65:2:1 004-5  :Oct.  29.  1908. 

Browning's  Caliban  and  Saul.  Arena  40:47-51  :July  1908. 
CURRY  S.  S..  HIS  WORK  FOR  LIFE  AND  ART 

By  B.  O.  Flower.    Arena  40:39-47: July  1908. 
CURTIS.  G.  W. 

From  An  Easy   Chair.    Robert  Browning  in   Florence    197-208 

814  C  978ec. 

Harper's  Monthly  23:555-556,  563:Sept.  1862. 
CURZON.  GEORGE  N. 

Poetry,  Politics  and  Conservatism.    LittelKs  Living  Age   168:131- 

140:  Jan.    1886. 
CUSHMAN.  HERBERT  ERNEST 

French  Enthusiasms  Satirized  in  Browning's  Two  Poets  of  Croisic. 

Poet  Lore  11:3:382-395. 
CUSHMAN'S  ARTICLE.  EDITORIAL  ON 

Browning*  on   French   Enthusiasm.    Poet  Lore  20:466:Oct.    1899. 
CYCLOPEDIA.  THE  BROWNING 

A  guide  to  the  study  of  the  works  of  Robert  Browning.    By  Ed- 
ward Berdoe.     821.88. 


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DALE.  JOHN  T.  .        .  ! 

Book  Notices:  Heroes  and  Creathearts  and  Their  Animal  Friend*. 

Education  33:121-128:Oct.  1912. 
DALL.  CAROLINE  H. 

Sordello.    A  History  and  a  Poem.    With  the   autograph  of   th« 

author.     821.88  Hsoda  Copy  1. 


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Same.  Roberts  Brothers,  Boston,  1866    821.88  Hsoda  Copy  2. 

Same.  (Typewritten)  Copy  3. 

Same.  Poet  Lore  1:11 :534-535. 
DALLAS  SATURDAY  NIGHT 

Pippa  Passes,  Descnhed.   By  Louise  Allen.    Feb.  21,  1920. 
DALLIBA,  GERRDA 

Reference  to  Browning  Club.    Independent  67:2:880-81. 
DANIEL  BAKER  COLLEGIAN 

Mp  Last  Duchess.   By  H.  G.  O.    821.88  Xblg. 
DANTE 

Browning's  Interpretalion  of  Love  as  Compared  mih  That  of  Plato, 

Dante  and  Petrarch.    By  George  Willis  Cooke.    Poet  Lore  6:5: 

225-238. 
DANTE  AND  BROWNING 

Poet  Lore  14:3:21-23. 
DANTE  AND  OTHER  ESSAYS 

By  R.  W.  Church.  Sordello  221-260    821.8  C562d. 

DANTE  AND  THE  ENGLISH   POETS   FROM   CHAUCER  TO 

TENNYSON 

Browning    and    Tennyson.     By    Oscar    Kuhns.     218-235     851.1 

D  192kg. 

DANTE,  BROWNING  ON 

Poet  Lore  3:10:533-36. 
DANTE  IN  ENGLISH  LITERATURE 

Contemporary  Review  96:4-7:Sept.  1909:Literary  Supplement  24. 
DANTE   IN    ENGLISH    LITERATURE   FROM    CHAUCER    TO 

GARY 

By  Editor.   Edinburgh  Review  207:398-420: April  1908. 
DANTE  LITERATURE 

Athenaeum  3216:753-755 :June  15,  1889. 
DANTE.  THE  BLACK  WASHING  OF 

Bv    Howard    Candler.     Contemporary    Review    88: 552-568  :Oct. 

1905. 

DARK  BLUE 

Browning  as  a  Preacher.  By  Miss  E.  D.  West.  Littell's  Living 
Age   111:707-723. 

DARK  IN  LITERATURE.  THE 

By  Richard  Burton.    Forum  30:75 1-757: Feb.  1901. 

DARMESTETER,  MARY  JAMES 

Menage  de  Poetes  1  et  2.  La  Revue  de  Paris  295-31 7 :Sept.  15. 
1898;  788-817:Oct.  15,  1898    821.88  Bmd. 

DAVIDSON,  JOHN,  THE  POET  OF  ARMAGEDDON 

By  Padraic  Colum.    New  Republic   13:3 10-3 12: Jan.   12.  1918. 

DAVIES.  J.  LLEWELYN 

Browning  and  Tenn\)son  compared,  from  Notes  to  the  Pocket  Vol- 
ume of  Selections  from  the  Poems  of  Robert  Browning.  By  Alex 
Hill.   17-22    821.88  Dhn. 

DAVIES,  TREVOR  H. 

Spiritual  Voices  in  Modern  Literature.    Robert  Browning:  Saul. 
The  Heart's  Cry  for  Jesus  Christ  227-252    804  D255. 
DAVIS,  ETHEL 

The  Poetic  Structure  of  Browning's  Shorter  Lyrics.  Poet  Lore  5: 
8&9:436-42. 


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DAVISON.  W.  T. 

BroJvning's  Portraits  of  Women.    London  Quarterly  Review.    Lit- 

tell's  Living  Age  281 :352-356:May  9.  1914. 
DAWSON.  MILES  M. 

Broroning.  Homage  to  Robert  Broivning,  Aleph  Tanner  57     821.88 

Xht. 
DAWSON,  WILLIAM  JOSEPH 

The  Makers  of  English  Poetry.    Chap.  XXV:  Robert  Brojvning 

275;  Chap.  XXVI:  Broroning's  Philosoph}^  of  Life  284;   Chap. 

XXVII:  r/ie  Spirit  of  Bron>nings  Religion  293;  Chap.  XXVIII: 

BroTonings  Attitude  to  Christianity  303 ;  Chap.  XXIX:  BroJDning'a 

Significance  in  Literature  312;    Chap.  XXX:   Robert  BroJi>ning, 

Concluding  Surve}}  3 1 9-332    82 1 .09  D272m. 

Quest  and   Vision.    See   Chapter:   Religious  Doubt  and  Modern 

Poetry  73-106    821.04  D272q. 
DAY  AT  TIVOLI.  A 

By  John  Kenyon.    Dedicated  to  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning  and 

Robert  Browning.     821.8  K37. 
DAY,  CLARENCE,  JR. 

Books  and  Thinks.   New  Republic  17:284: Jan.  4,  1919. 
DAY  OF  DELIVERANCE,  THE 

From  Return  of  the  Druses  in  Lyric  Form;   A  Libretto  for  Pre- 
sentation of  the  Play  in  Monologue.    By  Charlotte  Porter.    Poet 

Lore   16:1:23-28. 
DAY  WITH  THE  BROWNINGS  AT  PRATOLINA.  A 

By  Elizabeth  C.  Kinney.  Scribner's  Monthly  1 :  185-1 88  :Dec.  1870. 
DAY  WITH  THE  POET  BROWNING,  A 

By  M.  C.   Byron.    Hodder  &  Stoughton.    Illustrated  in   colors. 

821.88  Xdw. 

DAYS  WITH  POETS 

Independent  69:3:693:Sept.  29,  1910. 
DAYS  WITH  THE  VICTORIAN  POETS 

By    Morris    Rosselti.     Elizabeth    Barrett    Broibning,    Hodder    & 

Stoughton,  Publishers.     821.04  D275dv. 

DE  FONBLANQUE,  ETHEL 
See  Italy. 

DE  KOVEN.  REGINALD 

See  Music. 

DE  LA  MARE,  WALTER 

An  Elizabethan  Poet  and  Modern  Poetry.  Edinburgh  Review  217: 
372-386:April  1913. 

De  MONTMORENCY,  J.  E.  G. 

Milton    and  Modern   Men.     Contemporary    Review    94:693-705: 

Dec.  1908. 

The   Paths   of   Glory.    Contemporary    Review    108:1 13-1 18:July 

1915. 
DE  MUSSET.  OEUVRES  COMPLETES  DALFRED 

Comedies  et  Proverbes,  Andre  del  Sarto.   Les  Editions  Parisiennes 

821.88. 

DE  PRESSENSE,  FRANCIS 

France  and  England,   The  Relation  of.    Nineteenth  Century  39. 
189-203  :Feb.  1896. 

DE  QUINCEY'S  DREAM— FUGUE 

By  Lucile  P.  Leonard.    Poet  Lore  28:6:680-90. 


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DE  TABLEY,  A  PORTRAIT,  LORD 

By  Edmund  Gosse.    Contemporary  Review.    Littell'i  Living  Age 
208:346-357. 
DE  VERE.  AUBREY 

Archbishop  Trench's  Poems.   Nineteenth  Century.   Littell's  Living 
Age  178:131-144. 

Robert  Broivning.    Century  39:736:March  1890. 
Same.  A  Poem.    (From  McMillan's  Magazine.)    Clippings  63. 
Same.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  45;  78;   116- 
117    821.88  Xht. 
DE  VOISINS,  GILBERT 
See  Paul  Alfassa 
DEAD  IN  VENICE 

By  Arthur  Symons.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 
98-99    821.88  Xht. 
DEATH  AND  PITY 

By  Ouida.    Fortnightly  Review  57:550-552: April  1892. 
DEATH  IN  THE  DESERT,  A 

By  Daniel  G.  Brinton.    Poet  Lore  1 :1 :25-26. 
Browning   Study    Programme:    A    Croup   of   Religious   Poems — 
Caliban  upon  Setebos,  Cleon,  Rabbi  Ben  Ezra,  A  Death  in  the 
Desert.   By  Charlotte  Porter  and  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  10: 
1:103-113. 

By  Mrs.  M.  G.  Glazebrook.    Berdoe's  Browning  Studies  225-236 
821.88  Vlbs. 

Same.  London  Society  Papers  9:153-164     821.88  Dbs.  2  Copies. 
By  Chas.  L.  Williams.    Service  1 :  153-1 55  :Nov.  1904. 
DEATH  OF  BROWNING 

Berdoe's  Browning  Studies  225-237     821.88  Vlbs. 
Magazine  Article  from  Pall  Mall  Budget  Dec.    19.   1889    821.7 
Xpmb. 

Death  of  Robert  Browning.   By  Gascoigne  Mackie.    In  Ballard  of 
Pit\f  64-66. 

Lines   Written  Abroad  on  Hearing  of  Browning's  Death. 
DEATH  OF  BROWNING.  NOTES  FROM  PARIS  ON 

By  C.  Seymour.    Poet  Lore  2:2:111-112. 
DEATH,  ON  BROWNING'S 

By  George   Edward   Woodberry.     In  Maimers  of  Literature  386 
820.4  W881. 

(See  under  Gosse,  Swinburne,  Woodbury.) 
DEATH,  ROBERT  BROWNING'S 

By  Maxwell  Gray.    Forest  Chapel     821.88. 
DEBT  OF  ENGLISH  TO  ITALIAN  LITERATURE 

By  J.  A.  Symonds.  Fortnightly  Review.  Littell's  Living  Age  125: 
131-138. 
DECAY  OF  LITERATURE,  THE 

Cornhill.    Littell's  Living  Age  155:617-624. 
DEDICATION  OF  POEMS  TO  MY  FRIEND  ROBERT  BROWN- 
ING 

By  Mrs.  Clara  Jessop  Moore.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph 
Tanner  56     821.88  Xht. 
DEFENDING  KEATS'  LOVE  LETTERS 

By  Prof.  Albert  E.  Hancock.    Literary  Digest  37:633-634:Oct. 
31,  1908. 
DEFENDING  LITERARY  FADS 

By  Howell.   Literary  Digest  40:1 178: June  11,  1910. 


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DEFENSE  OF  BROWNING'S  LATER  WORK.  A 

By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  12:2:284-304. 
DEFENSE  OF  THE  SPLIT  INFINITIVE.  A 

By  Dr.  TTiomas  R.  Lounsbury.    Literary  Digest  28:653:May   7, 

1904. 
DEFINITION  OF  CALIBER 

Correct  English  12:2: 132: Aug.  1911. 
DEFINITIVE  EDITION,  OF  BROWNING,  THE 

Poet  Lore  7:2:102-103. 
DEFRIES.  ESTHER  PHOEBE 

A  Broiornng  Primer.     821.88  Fdp. 
DEMOCRACY  OF  APRILE,  THE 

By  Charles  G.  Ames.    Poet  Lore  5 : 1 :27-34. 
DEMOCRACY.  ROBERT  BROWNING,  POET  OF 

By  Triggs.    Poet  Lore  4:10:481-490. 
DENISON,  CHRISTIANA  POLLOCK 

The  Paracelsus  of  Robert  Brorvning.     821.88  Hpad. 
DENNETT,  J.  A. 

Red  Cotton  Night  Cap  Courttr^.    Reviewed  in  Nation  17:116-18: 

1873. 
DENNIS.  JOHN 

Elizabeth    Barrett    Browning.     Leisure    Hour    86:90:Feb.    1889; 

Littell's  Living  Age   180:629-635     821.88  Xbm. 

Literary  Coincidences.    Leisure  Hour.    Littell's  Living  Age   192: 

822-824:March  26.  1892. 

The  Poetry  of  the  Centur\f.    Leisure  Hour.    Littell's  Living  Age 

185:307-312. 
DEPARTMENT  OF  THE  BROWNING  SOCIETY  OF  THE  NEW 

CENTURY  CLUB  OF  PHILADELPHIA 

Poet  Lore  2:1:35-39;  2:2:89-94;  2:3:145-52;  2:4:212-21;  2:5: 

278-83;  2:6:332-36. 
DEPARTURE  FROM  TRADITION.  A  STORY  OF  THE  YEAR  '95 

By   Rosaline   Masson.    Chamb.   Jour.    Littell's  Living  Age   207: 

15-23. 
DESCRIPTION  AND  PUBLICITY 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  189:427:April  1899. 
DESCRIPTION  OF  BROWNING 

Poet  Lore  3:5:289-291. 
DESCRIPTIVE  CATALOGUE  OF  THE  GOEWEY  COLLECTION 

OF  BROWNING  PICTURES 

1898-1917.   Together  with  an  Introductory  Paper  Read  before  the 

San  Francisco   Browning  Society.    By  Mrs.  James   M.   Goewcy. 

821.88  Xgp. 
DESTINY.  ROBERT  BROWNING  AND 

By  Emily  G.  Hooker.    Poet  Lore  12:2:247. 
DETLEV  VON  LILIENCRON 

By  R.  C.  K.  Ensor.   Contemporary  Review  96: 448-45 7: Oct.  1909. 
DEUTSCHE    UEBERTRAGUNG    DIESER    DICHTUNGEN    BE- 

SORGTE  F.  C.  GERDEN.  DIE 

Die  Zeichnungen  Des  Titeirahmens  Und  Des  Einbandes  Sind  Von 

Walter  Tiemann.    Auf  Einem  Balloon;  In  Einer  Gondel.     821.88 

Hlbg. 
DEVELOPMENT  OF  BROWNING'S  GENIUS.  IN  HIS  CAPACITY 

AS  POET  OR  MAKER.  ON  THE 

By  J.  T.  Nettleship.    London  Browning  Society  Papers  8:55-77 

821.88  Dbs. 


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DEVEY.  J. 

A  Comparative  Estimate  of  Modern  English  Poets.   Robert  Brown- 
ing 376-421.     820.7  D49lce. 
DEVOTIONAL  POEMS 

By  W.  G.  Kingsland.     821.88.     " 


DIAL 


The  Aims  of  Literary^  Stud^.  By  Oscar  Lovell  Triggs.  18:203-4: 
April  1.  1895. 

Bool^s  of  the  Fortnight.  The  English  Poets.  By  Thomas  Hum- 
phry Ward.    66: 100: Jan.  25,  1919. 

Briefer  Mention.  53:342-3:Nov.  1,  1912;  54:149:Feb.  16,  1913. 
Briefs  on  Nen)  Books.  By  Mrs.  Martha  Baker  Dunn.  39:242:Oct 
16,  1905. 

Same.  By  Laurie  Magnus.    48: 152- 153:  March   1,   1910. 
Same.  By  Prof.  Edward  Dowden  Princeton.   23:74: Aug.  1,  1897. 
Same.  By  George  Saintbury.    18: 181 -2: March  16,  1895. 
J3ron>ning  as  the  Poet  of  His  Country.    By  Anna  Benneson  Mc- 
Mahan.    54:294-6: April  1,  1913. 

The  Brorvning  Centenary^.    By  Editor.    52:383-4:May  16,  1912. 
BroUfning  in  Intimate  Intercourse.    By  Arthur  Symons.    61 :387: 
Nov.  16,  1916. 

BroTvning  in  Seattle.  42:133:March  1,  1907. 
Browning  Pocket  Edition.    53:355:Nov.   1,   1912. 
Browning  Poems.    Oxford    Miniature   Edition.    31:519:Dec.    16, 
1901. 

Browning  Women.  By  Clark  S.  Northup.  58:258-9: April  1.  1915. 
Browning's  Defense  of  His  Alleged  Obscurity  of  St^le.  41:231: 
Oct.  16,  1906. 

Browning's  Dramatis  Personae:  Dramatic  Romances  and  Lyrics. 
(Illustrated.)  By  Eleanor  Fortescue  Brickdale.  47:51 7  :Dec.  16, 
1909;   51:479:Dec.  1,  1911. 

Browning's  Early  Career  and  Later  Influence.  Editorial.  52:91: 
Feb.   1,   1912. 

Brownings  England.  By  Helen  A.  Clarke  45:415:Dec.  1,  1908. 
Browning's  Tad  and  Courtesy.  Editorial.  52:347: May  1,  1912. 
Browning's  Heroines.  By  Ethel  Colburn  Mayne.  Reviewed  in  58: 
258-9:April  1,  1915. 

Browning's  Italy.  By  Miss  Helen  Archibald  Clarke.  43:384:Dec. 
1,  1907. 

Browning's  Narrative  Verse.  By  Clark  S.  Northup.  43:367:Dec. 
1,  1907. 

Brownings  Optimism.    By  W.  N.  G.    18:290:May  16,  1895. 
Browning's  Pippa  Passes  and  Men  and  Women.   By  Eleanor  For- 
tescue Bricksdale.   49:473 :Dec.  1,  1910. 

Browning's  Saul.    Cromwell  &  Co.  Edition.   21  :338:Dec.  1,  1895. 
Same.  (Illustrated.)  By  Frank  O.  Small.    31  :448:Dec.  1,  1901. 
Mrs.  Browning's  Sonnets  from  the  Portuguese.    Copeland  &  Day 
Edition.   21:387:Dec.  16,  1896. 
Same.  Paul  Elder  Edition.    49:532:Dec.   16,  1910. 
The  Last  Ride  Together.   By  Frederick  Simpson  Coburn.   41  :462: 
Dec.    10,   1906. 

Casual  Comment.  By  Percy  F.  Bicknell.  42:133:March  1,  1907. 
A  Catalogue  of  the  Browning  Society  of  Boston.  22:225: April 
1,  1897. 

Chemistry  and  Criticism.  By  Percy  F.  Bicknell.  42:134-135: 
March  1.  1907. 


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Christian  Teaching  in  BroT»ning.  By  Dr.  Berdoe.  21 :  125-6  :Sept. 
1,  1898. 

The  Clue  to  Broivnings  Mind.  Editorial.  52:386: May  16.  1912. 
A  Coclfpit  for  Literary  Combats.  By  Andrew  Lang.  44:167:Mar. 
16.  1908. 

The  Cult  of  Mattherv  Arnold.  By  Edith  J.  Rich.  Dial  37:200: 
Oct.   1,  1904. 

An  Earl^  Browning  Centenary^  Celebration.  Editorial.  52:44:Jan. 
16.  1912. 

An  Early  Victorian  Romancer.  By  Clark  S.  Northup.  50:119-121 : 
Feb.  16,  1911. 

The  Ibsen  Legend.    Editorial.    18:259-61 : May  1,  1895. 
The  Increasing   Vogue  of  BroJiJning.    Editorial.    54:447: June   1. 
1913. 

An  Interesting  Memorial  of  Troo  Great  Authors.  By  Anna  Ben- 
neson  McMahan.    31  :229-230:Oct.   1,  1901. 

An  Irish  Poet*s  Literary  Friendships.  By  Percy  F.  Bicknell.  44: 
69-70:Feb.  I.  1908. 

The  Latest  Critic  of  Browning's  Poetry.  By  Annie  Russell  Marble. 
33:395-6:Dec.   1,   1902. 

Letters  and  Memories  of  Harriet  Hosmer.  By  Mrs.  Lucien  Carr. 
53:106:Aug.  16.  1912. 

The  Letters  of  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.  By  Louis  J.  Block. 
23:274-7:Nov.  16.  1897. 

The  Malting  of  a  Great  Poem.  By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan. 
45:344-5:Nov.  16.  1908. 

The  Masterpieces  of  English  Narrative  Verse.  By  Charles  Leonard 
Moore.    43:303-305:Nov.  16.  1907. 

Memories  of  Seventy  Years.  By  E.  G.  J.  18:43-45: Jan.  16,  1895. 
Mistakes  of  Browning's  Biographers.  By  Editor.  54:38:Jan.  16, 
1913. 

Miss  Molineux's  Browning  Phrase  Book-  By  W.  J.  R.  22:42-3: 
Jan.   16.   1897;  22:78:Feb.  1.  1897. 

More  Memoirs  of  Literary  London.  By  E.  G.  J.  18:8-10:Jan.  1. 
1895. 

More  of  the  Pre-Raphaelite  Brotherhood.  By  Edith  Kellogg  Dun- 
ton.    41:446:Dec,   16,  1906. 

A  New  Democratic  Venture.  Editorial.  43 : 23 7-239 : Oct.  16,  1907. 
The  New  Expositor  of  Browning.  By  Charles  H.  Herford.  39: 
44:  July  16.  1905. 

New  Letters  by  Robert  Browning.  By  Frederic  G.  Kenyon.  40: 
395:  June  16,  1906. 

New  Lights  on  Browning's  Personality.    By  Anna  Benneson  Mc- 
Mahan.   50:206-9:  March  16,  1911. 
Notes.    59:162:Sept.  2,  1915. 

Notes  for  Bibliophiles.    By  Editor.    63:120-121 : Aug.  16,  1917. 
Old  Yellow  Book.   Reviewed  in  45:344-5:Nov.  16.  1908. 
Originality  in  Literature.    By  Charles  Leonard   Moore.    49:585: 
319-21  :Nov.  1.  1910. 

Papers  of  a  Browning  Society.  By  Miss  Dame.  23:253:Nov.  I, 
1897. 

Philosophic  Doubts  Concerning  Criticism.  Editorial.  48:3-4 :Jan. 
1910. 

Plans  for  the  Preservation  of  the  Browning  Letters.  By  Editor. 
56:392:May  1.  1914. 


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A  Poet  and  His  Circle.    By  Percy  F.  Bicknell.    52:221 -3: March 

16.  1912. 

The  Poet  of  Science.   By  Paul  Shorey.   46:17-19:Jan.  1.  1909. 

A  Poet  Retrospect.    Editorial.   38:1 1  l-13:Feb.  16,  1905. 

Poetry  as  Criterion  of  Literature.    18:133-5 :March  1,  1895. 

The  Poetry  of  Ralph  Hodgson.   By  John  Gould  Fletcher.   63:50- 

2:  July  19.  1917. 

A  Poet's  Mind  (Mrs.  Browning).   Editorial.   47:5-7:July  1,  1909. 

Preparation  for  the  Broi»ning  Centenar)}.    Editorial.    52:219-20: 

March  16,  1912. 

Reminiscences  of  an  English  Teacher.    By  Henry  E.  Bourne.    49: 

232-3  :Oct.  1,  1910. 

A  Rollicking  Irish  Story?  Teller.    By  Percy  F.  Bicknell.    40:382- 

385:  June  16.  1906. 

A   Scholarly?  Essayist's  Latest    Worl(.    By   Ferris  Greenslet.    39: 

277:Nov.  1,  1905. 

Some  Celebrated  Characters  of  Last  Century.    By  Percy  F.  Bick- 
nell.   46:1 34-5  :March  1,  1909. 

Some  7Ve»  Memorials  of  The  Broivnings.   By  Messrs.  Frederic  G. 

Kenyon,   Bertram   Dobell   and  Edmund  Gosse.    58:268: April    I, 

1915. 

Taking  Stock.    Editorial.    50:3-5: Jan.  1,  1911. 

Two  Fresh  Introductions  to  Browning.   60:82:Jan.  20.  1916. 

The  Unliterary  Temperament.   Editorial.   46:5-7: Jan.  1,  1909. 

The  Use  of  Like  and  As.  By  S.  I.  Kidder.  61 :452:Nov.  30.  1916. 

A    IVordsworthian  in  Reminiscent  Mood.    By   Percy  F.  Bicknell 
•    38:117-19:Feb.  16,  1905. 

Diaphanous   Literature.    By    Frederic   Harrison.    45 :391  :Dec.    1 , 

1908. 

An  Echo  of  the  Browning's  Cult  in  America.    By  Mrs.  Francis  B. 

Hornbrooke.    48:91 : Feb.   1,   1910. 

Some  Appreciations  of  Sidney  Lanier.   By  W.  M.  Baskervill.    18: 

299-301  :March  16,  1895. 
DIAPHANOUS  LITERATURE 

By  Frederic  Harrison.    Dial  45:391  :Dec.  1,  1908. 
DIARY  OF  A  JOURNEY  IN  AMERICA  IN  1805 

By  Daniel  Swift  Burr.   Journal  of  American  History  3:2:452:Fall 

No.  1909. 
DICEY,  EDWARD 

The  Present  Ehh'Tide  of  English  Literature.    Literary  Digest  21 : 

69:July  21.  1900. 
DICK.  MRS.  C.  B. 

Browning's  Pauline  and  Balzac's  Louis  Lambert  compared.    Poet 

Lore  4:3:161-66. 

DICKENS  FIFTY  YEARS  AFTER 

By  Mabell  S.  C.  Smith.    Chautauquan  62: 93 -102: March  1911. 

DICTION.  BROWNING'S 

American  Notes  and  Queries  304-305:  April  27,  1889. 

DICTIONARY  OF  NATIONAL  BIOGRAPHY 

A  brief  life  by  Edmund  Gosse.   Supplement  Vol.  1  :306  ff. 

DID  BROWNING  KNOW  A  WOMAN'S  HEART? 
By  Mary  Bradford  Whiting.     821.88  Pwn. 

DID  BROWNING  WHISTLE  OR  SING? 

By  F.   M.   Padelford.    Cornhill   Magazine.    Littell's   Living  Age 
261 :475-482. 


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DIFFERENT  IDEALS  OF  SHELLEY  AND  BROWNING 

Porrion  of  thesis.    By  Angle  Lacey  Peck.    The  Wellesley  Prela<)e 

Memonal  Number  3:17:2n-212:Jan.  30,  1892. 
DIFFERENTIATION  OF  ENGLISH  CLASSES  IN  HIGH  SCHOOL 

By  M.  Catherine  Mahy.    Education  36:575-580: May  1916. 
DIFFICULTIES    AND    OBSCURITIES,    ENCOUNTERED    IN    A 

STUDY  OF  BROWNING'S  POEMS,  ON  THE 

By  James  Bertram  Oldham.   London  Browning  Society  Papers  2: 

333-398    821.88  Dbs. 
DIFFICULTIES  OF  RELIGIOUS  POETRY,  THE 

Spectator.    Liltell's  Living  Age  213:276-278. 
DIFFICULTIES  OF  REVOLUTION,  THE 

By  Robert  Jay.    Fortnightly  Revitew  84:1056:Dec.  1905. 
DILKE,  LADY 

The  Shrine  of  Death  and  Other  Stories.    Athenaeum  3055:642: 

May  15,  1886. 
DIP  IN  CRITICISM,  A 

By  Andrew  Lang.-    Contemporary  Review.    Littell's  Living  Age 

179:352-357. 
DISCRETION  AND  PUBLICITY 

Liltell's  Living  Age  221:807-820;    Edinburgh   Review    189:427: 

April   1899. 
DISCUSSION  OF  BROWNING'S  SHORTER  POEMS 

Poet  Lore   1:12:567. 
DISRAELI  AND  GLADSTONE.  STORY  OF 

Poet  Lore  11:1:156. 
DIVERSIONS  OF  THE  ECHO  CLUB 

821.88. 

Atlantic  Monthly  29:76-84:Jan.   1872;   29: 269-275: March  1872; 

29:710-715:June  1872. 
DIVIDED 

A  Poem  on  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Bror»ning.    By  Ursula  Tannenforst. 

Poet  Lore  2:3:193-195. 

By  Ursula  Tannerfost.   Homage  to  Robert  Brorsning,  Aleph  Tan- 
ner 103-104. 
DIVINE  ORDER,  THE 

By    Thomas    Jones.     Introduction    by    Robert    Browning.    11-13 

252  J79. 
DIVORCE,  WHAT  DOES  THE  BIBLE  REALLY  TEACH  AS  TO> 

Editorial.    Literary  Digest  18:673-675: June  10,  1899. 
DIXSON.  EMILY 

Realism  in  19th  Century  English  Fiction.    Baylor  Literary  18:3-7: 

Sept.   1909. 
DJABAL'S  SONG 

By  Charlotte  Porter.   Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

84    821.88  Xhl. 
DOBELL.  BERTRAM 

Browning  Memorials.    A   Catalogue  of   Books,   Drawings,   Auto- 
graph Letters,  and  Other  Relics,  purchased  at  the  recent  dispersal 

of  the  Browning  Collection.    Offered  for  sale  by  Bertram  Dobell. 

821.88  Adm.  (Copy  1.) 

Same.     821.88  Adm.   (Copy  2.) 
DOBELL,  P.  J.  AND  A.  E. 

A  Catalogue  of  Browning's  Books.    Copy  1.     821.68  Adc. 
DOBSON.  AUSTIN 

Poems  on  several  Oecotiom.   Independent  42:190:Feb.  6,  1890. 


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The  Brovfmngs.    821.88  Adb. 

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The  Rowfant  Books.    Roheri  Bromning  8-9. 

DOES  INDUSTRIALISM  KILL  LITERATURE? 

By  Dr.  C.  A.  Smith.   Literary  Digest  24:671  :May  17,  1902. 

DOGMA 

By  E.  M.  Naish.  Browning  and  Dogma.  (7  lectures  on  Brown- 
ing's Attitude  towards  Dogmatic  Religion.)  London  1906  821.88 
Rnd. 

DOMETT,  ALFRED 

BroTvntng.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  22  821 .88 
Xht. 

Roheri  Browning  and  Alfred  Domett.    Edited  by  W.  H.  Griffin. 
Contemporary  Review  469:95-1 15  :Jan.   1905     821.88  Bdk. 
Poems.     Published  by  Henry  Leggatt,  London,   1833. 
Two  Christmas  H^mns.    Robert  Browning  mentioned  in  the  Intro- 
duction.   821.88.    P668c. 

DOMETT  AND  ROBERT  BROWNING,  ALFRED 

By  W.  H.  Griffin.  Littell's  Living  Age  244:393-410;  Contem- 
porary Review  Jan.    1905. 

DOMINANT  THEME  IN  POETRY 

By  Jesse  B.  Rittenhouse.    Forum  56:342-48:Sept.   1916. 

DORCHESTER,  JR..  DANIEL 

Browning's  Philosophy^  of  Art.    Boston  Browning  Society  Papers 

99-117    821.88  Vbp. 

The  Nature  of  Poetic  Expression.   Poet  Lore  5:2:81-90. 

DOREY,  J.  MILNOR 

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zine 34:31-38:Sepl  1913-June  1914. 

DORLAND.  W.  A.  N. 

What  the  World  Might  Have  Missed.  Century  76:1 13-125: May 
1908. 

DOUBTS,  PHILOSOPHIC,  CONCERNING  CRITICISM 
Editorial.    Dial  48:1  :Jan.   1,   1910. 

DOUGLAS.  G. 

The  Peasant  in  British  Poetry.  Fortnightly  Review  110:558:Oct. 
1918. 

DOUGLAS,  JAMES 

Robert  Browning.  (With  numerous  illustrations.)  Bookman  Biog- 
raphy.    821.88  Bdp. 

The  Cethsemane  of  Literature.  Literary  Digest  43:2:738:Oct.  28, 
1911. 

DOWDEN,  EDWARD 

Another  Browning.    Munsey's  Magazine  32:444:Dec.  1904. 
Robert  Browning.   Independent  57:2:1214:1904. 
Robert  Browning  As  a  Dramatist.    Literary  Digest  28:843-844: 
June  11,  1904. 

English  Literature  Today.   Outlook  71 :229:May  24,  1902. 
French  Aesthetics.    Contemporary  Review  1 :279-31 1  :March  1866. 
Is  Shakespeare  Self  Revealed?    Contemporary  Review  96:542-561 : 
Nov.   1909.  . 

Last  Words  on  Shelley.    Fortnightly  Review  48:462:Oct.  1887. 
A  Life  (Robert  Browning).    Reviewed  in  Athenaeum  1:362-363: 
March  19,  1904.   Reviewed  by  Horatio  S.  Krans  in  Current  Liter- 
ature 38:109-1 1 1  :Feb.  1905. 


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The  Life  of  Robert  Browning.    E.  P.  Dutton  &  Co.,  New  York, 

N.  Y.    821.88  Bdt. 

Mr.  Meredith  In  His  Poems.    Eclectic   Magazine    118:650-660: 

May  1892. 

Same.  Fortnightly  Review.    LittelFs  Living  Age  193:495-505. 

Same.  Fortnightly  Review  57:338-339:March  1892. 

The  Poetry  of  Victor  Hugo.    Contemporary  Review  22:175-197: 

July  1873. 

The  Prose   Worlds  of  Wordsworth.    Fortnightly  Review.    LittelPs 

Living  Age  128:195-208. 

Reviewed  in  Outlook  78:381  :Oct.  8.  1904. 

The  Scientific  Movement  and  Literature.    Contemporary  Review. 

Litlell's  Living  Age  135:3-15. 

Sordello.    (Taken  from  Transcripts  and  Studies.)     821.88  Sodt. 

Studies  in  Literature.    1789-1877.    Mr.  Tennyson  and  Mr.  Brown- 

ing  191-239    804  D745  (2  copies). 

Lectures  on  Literature  and  Art.   Mr.  Browning  and  Mr.  Tennyson 

5:139-179. 

Transcripts  and  Studies.   Mr.  Browning's  Sordello  474-525     820.4 

D745I. 

The  Two  Great  Victorian  Poets.  Robert  Browning.   Bookman  16: 

4:35l-359:Dec.  1902     821.88  Xman. 

Victorian    Literature.     Fortnightly    Review.     Littell's   Living   Age 

174:101-111. 
DOWDEN.  ELIZABETH  D. 

See  under  West,  E.  D. 
DRAMA,  THE 

By    Clayton    Hamilton.     Forum    39:234-35:Oct.    1907;    Drama: 

Literature.    A  Cosmopolitan  Critic  by  William  Lyon  Phelps.  39: 

377-81  :Jan.  1908. 
DRAMA— A  BLOT  IN  THE  'SCUTCHEON 

Athenaeum  3152:382:Nov.  24,  1888. 
DRAMA,  BROWNING  AND  THE 

By  Walter  Fairfax.     821.88  Dpm. 
DRAMA  IN  RELATION  TO  THE  TRUTH,  THE 

By  Helen  A.  Michael.   Poet  Lore  3:149-54. 
DRAMA.  LITERARY  PROSPECTS  OF  THE 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  192:315:Oct.  1900. 
DRAMA  OF  BROWNING 

By  Henry  James.    (Views  and  Reviews.)    41-47     820.4  J270. 
DRAMA  OF  IDEAS 

By   Norman   Hapgood.    Contemporary  Review    74:712-723  :Nov. 

1898. 
DRAMAS 

By  Robert  Browning.    The  Riverside  Press,  Cambridge.     821.88 

Gdh. 
DRAMATIC:  IS  BROWNING  DRAMATIC? 

By  Arthur  Symons.   London  Browning  Society  Papers  7:1-12. 
DRAMATIC  IDYLS 

By  Robert  Browning.    London:  Smith,  Elder  &  Co.,  15  Waterloo 

Place,   1879.    (All  rights  reserved.)    First  Edition.    Autographed 

by  C  A.  Kelly,  April  28,  1879.    821.88  Hdil. 

Same.  Second  Series.    London:  Smith,  Elder  &  Co.,  15  Waterloo 

Place,  1880.    (All  rights  reserved.)    First  edition.     821.88  Hdi2. 

Athenaeum  2750:39-41  :July  10.  1880  (Second  Series);  2689:593- 

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DRAMATIC  IDYLS,  MR.  BROWNING'S 

By  Mrs.  Alexander  Orr.    Contemporary  Review  35:289-302: May 

1897    821.88  Dom. 
DRAMATIC  LYRIC 

By  George  Moore.    Poet  Lore  2:1:35. 
DRAMATIC  LYRICS 

Department  of  the  Browning  Society  of  the  New  Century  Club  of 
Philadelphia.    Poet  Lore  2:1 :35. 

By  Mrs.  S.  C.  F.  Hallowell.   Poet  Lore  2:5:281. 
DRAMATIC  LYRICS  AND  THE  RETURN  OF  THE  DRUSES 

Athenaeum  808:385: April  22.   1843. 
DRAMATIC  MONOLOGUE 

BroTvning  and  the  Dramatic  Monologue.    By  S.  S.  Curry.     821.88 

Lcb. 
DRAMATIC  MOTIVE  IN  STRAFFORD 

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821.88  Vbp. 
DRAMATIC  POET.  BROWNING  AS  A 

Browning  as  Dramatic  Poet.   By  Henry  A.  Jones.    Poet  Lore  6:1 : 

13-28. 

By  Henry  A.  Jones.    Poet  Lore  6:1:13-28. 

Same.  Boston  Browning  Society  Papers  203-220     821.88  Vbp. 

Browning   as  a  Dramatist.    By   Rev.   S.   R.   Calthrop.    Syracuse 

Memorial  60-63     821.88  Vbp. 
DRAMATIC  ROMANCE  AND  LYRICS  (ILLUSTRATED) : 

BROV/NING'S  DRAMATIS  PERSONAE 

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Same.    The  Olive  Boo^s.   Routhledge  &  Co. 
DRAMATIC  ROMANCES  AND  LYRICS 

Athenaeum  757:58-59: Jan.  1846. 
DRAMATIS     PERSONAE:     DRAMATIC     ROMANCES     AND 

LYRICS 

By  Robert  Browning.    London:  Chapman  &  Hall,  193  Piccadilly. 

1864.    First  edition.     821.88  Hdrl. 

Robert  Browning.    (Author's  Edition.)    Ticknor  &  Fields,  Boston. 

1864    821.88  Hdft. 

Robert  Browning's  Poems,  3  Vols.,  London,  1863.    Quarterly  Re- 
view 1 18:77-105  :July  1865     821.88  Dqv. 

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Press.  Cambridge.  1883     821.88. 

Athenaeum  191 0:765-767: June  4.  1864. 

(Editorial.)     Atlantic   Monthly    14:644-8:Nov.    18.    1884. 

(Illustrated.)    By  E.  Fortescue  Bricksdale.    Reviewed  in  Dial  51 : 

479:Dec.  1.  1911. 

(Illustrated.)    By  Eleanor  Fortescue  Brickdale.    Dial  47:517:Dec. 

16.  1909. 

Same.    (Second  copy.) 

Boston  Review  4: 24: 606- 607:  Nov.   1864. 

Robert  Brownings  Poems.    3  Vols.   London   1863     821.88  Dq.v. 

Mr.  Brownings  Latest  Poems  (Dramatis  Personae).    Criticism  in 

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DRAMATIST.  BROWNING  AS  A 

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ing Club  60-63     821.88  Bsy. 

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DRAMATIST.  IBSEN  AS  A 

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DRAWINGS 

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Bp  Robert  Brorvning,  Sr.    (Paackage  of  fifty.)    821.88  XbdO). 

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Grotesque  Figures.    By  Robert  Browning,  Sr.  From  the  Brown- 
ing Collection.   821.88  Xgd  (1). 

By  Robert  Browning,  Sr.   From  the  Browning  Collection.     821.88 

Xgd  (I). 

B^  Robert  BroDftiing,  Sr.    With  a  lot  of  loose  sketches.    From 

Browning  Collection.    821.88  Xgd   (2). 

By    Robert    Browning,   Sr.     From    Browning   Collection.     821.88 

Xgd  (2). 

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Sketch  Book  by  Robert  W.  Barrett  Browning.     821.88  Xgd  (3). 
DREAMER  OF  DREAMS 

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Year  Book  \9\4-\9\5.    821.88  Via. 
DREAM  POETRY 

By  Bessie  A.  Ficklen.   Scribner's  Magazine  9:636-643:May  1891. 
DREW,  MARY 

Gladstone's   Library   at   St.   DeinioVs.     (Hawarden.)     Nineteenth 

Century  59:944-954: June  1906. 

DRINKWATER,  JOHN 

Theodore  Watts — Dunton  And  the  Spirit  of  an  Age.  Nineteenth 
Century  76: 674-685: Sept.  1914. 

DRUSES— THE  RETURN  OF  THE 

(Stage  Version.)  A  criticism  of  the  play  as  performed  by  the  Bos- 
ton Browning  Society.    Poet  Lore  14:1:141-143. 

DUCHESS  (FERRARA),  MY  LAST 

By    Robert    Browning.     The    Rising    Generation    36:10:294-295 

821.88  Xmrg.    In  Japanese. 

By  H.  G.  O.    Article  in  Daniel  Baker  Collegian.    The  George- 

tonian  1 1 :8:7:June  191 1      821.88  Xblg. 

Poet  Lore  1:12:569. 

DUEL  AND  WAR,  THE 

Editorial.   Century  59:478-479: Jan.  1900. 

DUET  OF  LITERARY  REPUTATION.  A 

By  Charles  Leonard  Moore.  Literary  Digest  46:13:710-711: 
March  29.  1913. 

DUFF.  DAVID 

An  Exposition  of  Broroning  s  Sordello.  With  Historical  and  Other 
Notes.  William  Blackwood  &  Sons,  Edinburgh  and  London  1906 
821  Hsod. 

DUFF,  M.  E.  GRANT 

Notes  from  a  Diar\).  Athenaeum  3674: 398-399: March  26,  1898. 
Poetry  in  the  19th  Century.  Edinburgh  Review.  Littell's  Living 
Age  235:705-724:Dec.  20,  1902. 

DUFFIELD,  C.  W. 

Notes  and  Neivs.   Poet  Lore  3:1 :40-47. 

DUFFY,  C.  GAVAN 

Conversations  and  Correspondence  ivith  Thomas  Carl\fle.  Contem- 
porary Review.    Littell's  Living  Age  192:53 1-550: Feb.  27.  1892. 


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Reminiscences  of  Thomas  Carl\fle,  Broivning  and  Coleridge.  Eclec- 
tic Magazine  118:326-331 :  March  1892. 

DUKE'S  INTERVIEW  WITH  THE  ENVOY 

By  Robert  Browning.  Literary  World  136:193:Sept.  8.  1849 
821.88  Xmal. 

DUMAS  AND  D'ARTAGNAN 

By  Walter  Shaw  Sparrow.  Literary  Digest  1 5 :462-63 : Aug.  14, 
1897. 

DUNCAN.  FRANCES 

Garden  and  Garden  Craft.  Atlantic  Monthly  90:559-63: July  1902. 

DUNLAP.  HOPE 

Illustrated.  The  Pied  Piper  of  Hamelin.  A  Child's  Stor];.  By 
Robert  Browning.     821.88  Hppd. 

DUNN.  MARTHA  BAKER 

Briefs  of  New  Books.   Dial  39:242:Oct.  16,  1905. 
The  Browning  Tonic.   Atlantic  Monthly  90:203-211. 

DUNTHORNE.  ROBERT 

A  List  of  Etchings.  Published  by  Robert  Dunthorne  at  the  Cabinet 
of  Fine  Arts.  London,  1884.  The  Pied  Piper  of  Hamelin  After 
the  Water  Colour  Drawing  by  the  Late  G.  J.  Pinwell.   31. 

DUNTON,  EDITH  KELLOG 

More  of  Pre-Raphaelite  Brotherhood.  Dial  41  :444-446:Dec.  16, 
1906. 

DUNTON,  THEODORE  WATTS- 
See   Watts-Dunton,  Theodore. 

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Catalogue:  Rare  and  Choice  Boo^s.  First  editions  of  the  works  of 
esteemed  authors,  rare  and  choice  works  relating  to  America,  cos- 
tume, Napoleon.  Sport,  old  English  Colour  books,  extra  illustrated 
books,  beautifully  bound  sets  executed  by  the  best  London  binders, 
botanical  and  gardening  items,  etc.    New  York. 

DWIGGINS.  WILL 

Browning's  Rabbi  Ben  Ezra.  A  Dramatic  Monologue  800,  half 
Vellum.  Printed  by  hand  at  the  Village  Press,  Hingland,  Mass. 
By  Fred  and  Bertha  Goudy.  Frontispiece  and  Decorations  De- 
signed and  cut  on  wood  by  Will  Dwiggins.    1904. 


EAGER,  MISS  MARGARET  MACLAREN 

The  Pied  Piper   of  Hamelin.    By   Robert   Browning.    Arranged 

and  adapted  for  Children,  produced  in  a  series  of  matinees.    Bos- 
ton 1899    821.88  Hppb. 
EAGLE,  THE 

See  Music. 
EAGLE-HEARTED  POET  OF  THE  NINETEENTH  CENTURY, 

BROWNING,  THE 

By  B.  O.  Flower.   Arena  39:218:72-78:Jan.  1908. 
EAGLESTON.  A.  J. 

Wordsworth,  Coleridge,  And   The  Spy.    Nineteenth  Century  64: 

300-3 10  :Aug.  1908. 
EALAND.  F. 

Sermons  from  Browning.     821.88  Ee. 

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EARLE,  FERDINAND 

The  L^ric  Year  (1912).  See  under  Lyric  Year. 
EARLE,  SAMUEL  C. 

English.  Course  in  ihe  Small  Colleges.   English  Journal  3:422-426: 

Sept.  1914. 
EARLY  ENGLISH  POEMS 

By  Pancoast.     821.08  PI 88. 
EARLY  ENVIRONMENT  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING,  THE 

By  Frederick  Rogers.    Privately  Printed,  1904. 
EARLY  FRIENDS  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

By    W.    Hall    Griffin.    Contemporary   Review   87:471:427-446: 

March  1905. 
EARLY  LITERARY  CAREER  OF  BROWNING 

From  RoosevelCs  Article.    By  Editor.   Outlook  102: 750-753: Aug. 

2,  1913. 
EARLY  LITERARY  CAREER  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING,  THE 

Four  Leclures.   By  Thomas  R.  Lounsbury.     821.88  Dll. 
EARLY  PORTRAIT  AND  AUTOGRAPH  OF  BROWNING 

By  J.  C.  Armytage.   Bookman  2:466:Feb.  1896. 
EARLY  VICTORIANS  AND  OURSELVES 

By  G.  S.  Street.    Fortnightly  Review  86:878:Nov.  1906. 

Same.  Fortnightly  Review.   Littell's  Living  Age  251 :61 7-624. 
EARLY  WRITINGS  OF  BROWNING 

By   Edmund  Gosse.    Century  23:189-200. 
EARNSHAW,  J.  WESTBY 

Bron>ning.    Los  Angeles  Brorvning  Club    Year  Book   1917-1918 

821.88  Via. 
EAST  AND  WEST 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Broivning.  Poet  and  Woman.   By  Jean  Roberts. 

5:59:865-875:Sept.  1906    821.88  Xsf. 

A  Causerie  on  Brotoning.   By  Walter  J.  Baylis.    14:161 :272-276: 

March  1915    821.88  Rbc. 
EASTER  DAY— A  STUDY 

Browning,  Robert.  Chautauquan  8:428:April  1888. 
EASTON.  MORTON  W. 

Tendencies  of  English  and  French  Literature  during  the  Eliza- 
bethan Period.   Poet  Lore  1 :4: 157-71. 
EASY  CHAIR.  FROM  THE 

By  G.  W.  Curtis. 
EATON.  HORACE  A. 

Reading  Poetry  Aloud.   English  Journal  2: 155: March  1913. 
EBB  TIDE  OF  POETRY  AND  CRITICISM.  THE 

By  Rev.  Stropford  Brooke.   Literary  Digest  21 :691  :Dec.  8,  1900. 
ECHELTLOS 

By  Robert  Browning.    Translated  into  Japanese.    Rising  Genera- 
tion 36:12:370-371    821.88  Xmrg. 

ECHO  BROWNING'S  CULT  IN  AMERICA,  THE 

By  Mrs.  Francis  B.  Hornbrooke.   Dial  48:91  :Feb.  1,  1910. 
ECHO  CLUB.  DIVERSIONS  OF 

Atlantic  Monthly  29:269-275:March  1872;  29:71 0-71 5: June  1872. 
ECLECTIC  MAGAZINE 

135:778-783:1900. 

An  Aberdeen  Student  of  Todav.   By  Isabella  F.  Mayo.    122:234- 

241:Feb.  1894. 

Matthew  Arnold.  By  Leslie  Stephen.    122:300-31 3 iMarch  1894. 


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Aft  and  Eccenlricil}).   By  Herbert  Paul.    118:5 74-582: May  1902. 

Philip  Jama  Bailey.   By  Edmund  Gosse.    140:218-231  :Feb.  1903. 

Booki  and  AuihoTs.    139:696-700:Nov.  1902;   141 :139-140:JuIy 

1903. 

Robert  BroVfning.   Contemporary  Review  68»3 14-323: March  1867. 

Robert  Broroning — Second  Paper.   Contemporary  Review  68:501- 

513:  April  1867. 

Robert  Broivning.  By  Mary  A.  Woods.    138r74:Jan.  1902. 

Robert  Browning,   the   Musician.    By   A.   Coodrich-Freer.     137: 

174- 182:  Aug.  1901. 

Robert  Browning,  Writer  of  Plays.    By  W.  L.  Courtney.    101  or 

(New  Series  38)  3:358-366:Sept.  1883. 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    142:825-829sjtme  1904. 

Mrs.  Browning  and  Miss  Lowe.    Frcm  English  Review.    22:337- 

344:  March  1851. 

Mrs.  Browning's  New  Poem.  Atheneaum.  23:41 5-41 9: July  1851. 

Robert  Browning's  Poems.    (From  St    PaulV)    By  E.  J.  H.    13:        ' 

3:267-279:March  1871. 

Burns,  As  an  English  Poet.  By  David  Christie  Murray.    140:194-        1 

200: Feb.   1903.  . 

A  Chapter  in  the  History  of  Oracles    By  Basil  Williams.    118:      J 

270-278:Feb.  18.  1892.  jH 

Children's  Ways.  From  The  Spectator.   68:3')3:Sept.  1898.  ^W 

Classical  and  Modern  Literature.  By  R.  Y.  Tyrrell.   142:520-523: 

March  1904. 

The  Complacency  of  the  Wordswo'rthians.   By  H.  F.  C.    111:2: 

181-185:Aug.  1903. 

Criticism  As   Theft.    By   Prof.  Willia-n  Knight.    126:358-364: 

March  1896. 

The  Duties  of  Authors.   By  Leslie  Stephen.    123:1-14:July  1894. 

Education  and  Instruction.   By  Lord  Cole'id^e.    122: 157- 163: Feb. 

1894. 

The  Essay  Considered  From  An  Artistic  Point  of  View.    By  E. 

H.  Lacon  Watson.    123:50-54: July  1894^ 

The  Ethical  Impulse   of  Mrs.  Browning*$  Poetry.    By   Thomas 

Bradfield.    127:447-454:Oct.  1896. 

Ethical   Tendencies   of  Matthew   Arnold's   Poetry.    By   Thomas 

Bradfield.    124:3IO-319:March  1895. 

First  Paper  on  Robert  Browning  from  Conleirporary  Review.   68: 

31 4-323  :March  1867. 

Foreign  Literary  Notes.     121 :859-860:Dec   1893;    122:424-426: 

March  1894;   123:71  l-713:Nov.  1894. 

Same.  By  Christina  Rossetti.    1 24 :279-283  :FeK  1895. 

Same.  Editorial.    45:712:May  1897. 

Glimpses  of  Ruskin.    By  R.   Wilkins   Rees.    141 :42 1-434  :Oct. 

1903. 

Hearth  and  Home,  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browmng.   By  Mme.  Octavia 

Walton  Le  Vert.   4:2:221 -225  :Feb.  1869. 

Leigh  Hunt.   By  F.  Warre  Cornish.    127:30-40: July  1896. 

Illustrious  Handwriting.    122: 134-1 37: Jan.  1894 

In  Defense  of  Classical  Study.    By  Profnsoff  Jebb.    122:13-17: 

Jan.  1894. 

Is  Literature  Dying?    By  Herbert  Paul.    148:^  10-51 7: June  1907. 

Is  Matthew  Arnold's  Poetry  Consoling?    1 19:^64-367 :Sept.  1892 

Letters  of  James  Russell  Lowell    122:335-340  March  1894. 

The  Literary  Inspiration  of  Imperialism.    135:15^-161  :Aug.  1900. 


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Literature  and  Democracy.    137:237-245: Aug.  1901. 

A   Little   Cirl  Recollection   of  Elizabeth  B.  Broroning.     William 

Makepeace  Thackeray,  and  the  late  Emperor  Louis  Napoleon.  By 

Henriette  Corkran.    124: 345-349: March  1895. 

Lord  Leightons  Sketches.    By  Mrs.  Russell  Barrington.    45:180- 

188:  Feb.  1897. 

A  March  Hare.    By  Charles  Stracher.    68:46: July  1898. 

Mr.   Meredith  In   His   Poems.    By    Professor   Edward   Dowden. 

118:650-660:May  1892. 

Miscellan}) — HoTV  One  of  Mrs.  BroTonings  Boo^s   Was  Named. 

124:858-859:  June  1895. 

The  Mission  of  Tennyson.  By  W.  S.  Lilly.  45:61 7-624 :May  1897. 

Modern  Poets   and  the  Meaning  of  Life.    By   Frederic,  W.   H. 

Myers.    120:365-377:  March  1893.. 

Moses  in  Literature.    122:275-278: Feb.  1894. 

The  Nev)  Era  In  Letters.    By  Arthur  Waugh.    121 : 1 68- 1 72 : Aug. 

1893. 

The  Novels  of  Peacock.    By  Herbert   Paul.     141 :349-360:Sepl. 

1903. 

Old  Memories  Interviewed.    By  Mrs.  Andrew  Crosse.    119:505- 

515:Oct.   1892. 

The  Old  Order  Changeth.    By  Julia  Wedgwood.     127:721-731: 

Dec.  1896. 

Only    The    Advertisement.     By    Esme    Stuart.     62: 660-666: Nov. 

1895. 

The  Poet  Laureateship.    126:97- 108: Jan.  1896. 

Poetic  Emotions  and  Affinities.    By  B.  Brooksbank.    40:166-173: 

Aug.  1884. 

Poetry  in  the  Nineteenth  Century.    140:141-160:Feb.  1903. 

The  Poetry  of  Ceorge  Meredith.    By  G.  M.  Trevelyan.    143:503- 

515:Oct.  1904. 

The  Poetry  of  D.  C.  Rossetti.   By  W.  Basil  Worsfold.    121 :851- 

854:Dec.  1893. 

The  Portrait  of  an  American.    142:1 16-124: Jan.  1904. 

The  Rat-Catcher  of  Hamelin.   By  Gustav  Hartwig.    119:759-761 : 

Dec.  1892. 

Recent  Poetry  by  Trench,  Kingsley,  Burbidge  &  Clough.   20:166- 

177: June  1850. 

Reminiscences  of  Thomas  Carlyle,  Brotvning  and  Coleridge.    By 

Sir  C.  Gavan  Duffy,  K.  C.  M.  G.    118:326-331  :March  1892. 

Review  of  The  Ring  and  the  Book  Vo.  I.  By  Robert  Browning. 

In  4  Vols.   4:2:234-236:Feb.  1869. 

The  Ring  and  the  Book-    Reviews  Selected  from  The  Athenaeum. 

4:5:619-625:May  1869. 

Same.  Editorial.    13:400-41 2: April  1871      821.88  Xme. 

The  Ring  and  the  Book.    By  E.  J.  H.    From  St.  Paul's.     13:4 

(New  Series)  :400-412:April  1871 

Rome  Revisited.    By  Frederic  Harrison.    121  :  19-32  :June  1893. 

Christina  Rossetti.    By  Arthur  Christopher  Benson.    124:490-496: 

April  1895. 

Mr.  Ruskin  in  Relation  to  Modern  Problems.    By  E.  T.  Cook. 

122:486-493:  April  1894. 

Shakespere,  As  a  Man.    By  Leslie  Stephen.    137:70-84: July  1901. 

Some  More  Letters  of  Mrs.  Carlyle.    By  Augustine  Berrell.    141 : 

23 1-237:  Aug.  1903. 

The  Sonnet.    140:834-836: June  1903. 


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jR.  L.  Stevenson  s  Characlerisiics.    By  J.  A.  MacCulIoch.   68:193: 

Aug.  1898. 

The  Studjf  of  Character.    123: 76-79: July  1894. 

A  Stud^  of  Mr.  George  Meredith.    By  J.  A.  Newton  Robinson. 

118: 124-1 29:  Jan.  1892. 

The  Swan  Songs  of  the  Poets.    By  Alexander  Small.    120:241- 

243:Feb.  1893. 

Talks    With    Tennyson.    By   Wilfred   Ward.     127:3 17-328: Sept. 

1896. 

Tennyson.    120:3 1-44:  Jan.  1893. 

Alfred  Lord    Tennyson.     By   Andrew   Lang.     129:810-817:Dec. 

1897. 

Tennyson,  As  a  Nature  Poet.   By  Theodore  Watts.    120:837-849: 

June  1893. 

Tennyson,  As  a  Political  Thinker.    By  Rev.  Stopford  A.  Brooke 

in  the  Contemporary  Review.    120: 282 -284: Feb.  1893. 

On  Undesirable  Information.   By  E.  F.  Benson.   62:222-228: Aug. 

1895. 

The  Victorian  Age  of  Literature  and  Its  Critics.    By  D.  F.  Han- 

nigan.    126:808-81 3:  June  1896. 

G.  F.  Watts.   By  W.  S.  MacCall.    143:389-391  :Sept.  1904. 

Where  Genius  Works.    123:697-701 : Nov.  1894. 

The  Women  of  Lyric  Love.   By  Maxwell  Gray.   45:88-96: Jan.  8, 

1897. 

Words  That  Go  to  the  Bad.    142:129-131  :Jan.  1904. 

Wordsivorth,    Tennyson    and    Browning    1:3:273-284;    A    Child 

Asleep,  Mrs.  Browning.    Eclectic  1:4:521-522,  The  Electic  Mag 

azine.   St.  Paul's — Robert  Browning's  Poems.    ]  3 -.3:267-279.    The 

Electic   Magazine.    St.   Paul's — The  Ring  and   the   Book.    13:4: 

400-412.    The   Electic   Magazine.     Robert  Browning,    Writer   of 

Plays.   358-366   821.88  Xme. 
EDDY  AND  HER  VIEWS.  MRS. 

By  J.  I.  C.  Clarke.    Literary  Digest  22:730-731  :June  15.  1901. 

Browning.    Editorial.     114:186. 

Browning  and  Alfred  Domett.    Editorial  144:462-484. 

Browning's  Poems.    By  Wm.  Hand  Browne.    5:6:71 1-725 :Dec. 

1869. 

Discretion  and  Publicity.    Editorial   133:169. 

The   Heroic   Couplet.     By   St.   Loe   Strachey.     123:448-461  : Oct. 

1894. 

By  Rosaline  Masson.    Littell's  Living  Age  260:653-663.    Cornhill 

Magazine. 
EDINBURGH,  ROBERT  BROWNING  IN 

By  Rosaline  Masson.  Cornhill  Magazine  152:590:Feb.  1909  (New 

Series).    In  Magazine  Articles  No.  1.     821.88  Xman. 
EDINBURGH  REVIEW 

The  Agony  of  the  Victorian  Age.    By  Edmund  Gosse.    228:276- 

295:Oct.  1918. 

The  Anglo-Norman  Renaissance.    By  J.  E.  G.  de  Montmorency. 

229: 154- 172: Jan.  1919. 

Mr.  Balfour  in   the  Study.    By  Sidney  Low.    216:257-278:Oct. 

1912. 

Ballad  Poetry.    (A  review  of  Sir  Walter   Scott's  Minstrelsy   of 

Scottish  Border.)    By  T.  F.  Henderson.    197:303-23: April   1903. 

Fanny  Burney,  Her  Diary  and  Her  Days.    By  Editor.    203:85- 

116:Jan.  1906. 


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Cardinal  Newman.   By  Editor.   21 5:263-290: April  1912. 
Characteristics   of   Smnhurne's  Poetry;.    By   W.    Holman    Hunt. 
204:468-487:Oct.  1906. 

Chivalrjf  and  Civilization.    Reference  to  Ring  and  the  Book-    By 
J.  E.  G.  de  Montmorency.   222:1 18- 134: July  1915. 
Contemporary    Poets    and    Versifiers.     By    Editor.     178:479:Oct. 
1893. 

Copyright.    By  Editor.    I91:147:jan.  1900. 
Crabbe,   By  Editor.    198:30-51  : July  1903. 

Dante  in  English  Literature  from  Chaucer  to   Cary.    By  Editor. 
207:398-420:  April  1908. 

Dean  Milman.    By  his  son,  Arthur  Milman.    191  :51l  : April  1900. 
Discretion  and  Publicity.    By  Editor.    1 89:427: April   1899. 
Discretion  and  Publicity.   Littell's  Living  Age  221 :807-820. 
An   Elizabethan   Poet   and  Modern  Poetry.    By   Walter  de  La 
Mare.   21 7:372-386: April  1913. 

English  Public  Life.    By  Editor.    2l4:196-217:July  1911. 
Franciscan  Literature.    By  Editor.    199: 145- 168: Jan.  1904. 
A  French  Satirist  in  England  {Mrs.  B.)  By  Edmund  Gosse.  219: 
327-346-April  1914. 

The   German   Stage.    By   W.   Holman   Hunt.    204 :447-467  :Oct. 
1906. 

Hardy's  Lyrical  Poems.    By  Edmund  Gosse.    227: 272-293: April 
1918. 

Robert  Herrick.    By  Editor.    199: 109-27: Jan.  1904. 
History  and  the  National  Portrait  Gallery.    By  Editor.    184:218- 
236:  July  1896. 

In  Memorium  After  Fifty  Years.    By  Editor.    203:297-318:April 
1906. 

Lamartine  and  Ehire  {Mrs.  B.)  By  W.  Holman  Hunt.  205:442: 
April  1907. 

The  Letters  of  Horace  Walpole.    By  Editor.    1 99:432-456: April 
1904. 

Letters  of  Robert  Broivning  and  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    By 
Editor.    189:420-439:  April  1899. 

Life  in  Poetry  and  Law  in  Taste.   By  Editor.    194:326:Oct.  1901. 
Literary  Prospects  of  the  Drama.    By  Editor.    192:315:Oct.  1900. 
Lucretius  and  His  Times.   By  Editor.   203: 137- 160: Jan.  1906. 
Mr.  Meredith's  Novels.    By  Editor.    181  :33-58: Jan.   1895. 
Modern  Developments  in  Ballad.    By  Editor.    21 3: 153-1 78: Jan. 
1911. 

Modern  English  by  Hall.    By  Editor.    140:5: 74-86: July   1874. 
Of  the  Browning  Mss.    By  Frederic  G.  Kenyon.    LittelKs  Living 
Age  278:733-738:Aug.  1913. 

Old  Eton  and  Modern  Public  Schools.   By  Editor.    185:355-381 : 
April   1897. 

The  Pleiade  and  the  Elizabethans.    By  W.  Holman  Hunt.    205: 
353-397:  April  1907. 

Poems  and  Ballads  of  Swinburne.    By   Editor.     171:5:429-452: 
April  1890. 

Poetry  in  the  Nineteenth  Century.    By  Editor.    196:436-463  :Oct. 
1902. 

Poetry  in  the  Nineteenth  Century.   By  Sir  M.  E.  Grant  Duff.   Lit- 
tell's Living  Age  235:705-724. 

Pre-Raphaelitism.     By    W.    Holman    Hunt.     203 :450-470 : April 
1906. 


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The  Prose  Work  of  Perc\f  B\fsshe  Shelle};.    By  Editor.    164:42- 
72  July  1886. 

Religion  in  Literature.   By  Editor.    207: 178-202:  J  an.  1908. 
Reminiscences  of  Wm.  Macread^.    By  Editor.    141 :216-232:Jan. 
1875. 

Revien*  of  English  Prosod}^  from   12th  Century  to  Present  Da\f. 
By  George  Saintsbury.    213:1-31  :Jan.  1911. 

The  Ring  and  the  Bool^.    By  Robert  Browning,  M.  A.    4  VoU. 
London  1869.    83-94: July  1869.   821.88  Xma.  Vol.  8. 
The  Scandinavian  Novel.    By  Editor.    194:463:Oct.  1901. 
Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  232:1-19. 

Some  Recent  Verse.    By  Editor.    210:378-399:Oct.  1909. 
Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  264:195-209. 
Soliloquy).   By  Editor.   209:  Nov.  1913  (New  Series  647). 
Some  Soldier  Poets.   By  Edmund  Gosse.   226:296-31 6  :Oct.  1917. 
Smnhurne.    By  Arthur  Quiller-Couch.    225: 249-268: April   1917. 
Mr.  Sivineburue's  Ly^rics.   By  Editor.    171 :429- 452: April  1890. 
Tennyson  and  Browning.    By  Editor.    1 72:301 -31 6  :Oct.  1890. 
Theatrical  Landmarks.  By  T.  H.  S.  Escott.  227:85-96: Jan.  1918 
Thinkers  and  Ironists.    By  Editor.    21 0:426-446 :Oct.  1909. 
Unfinished  Draft  of  A  Poem  Which  May  Be  Entitled  Aeschylus 
Unimaginary  Love  Letters.    By  Editor.    193:527: April  1901. 
Burne-Jones,   His  Ethics   and  Art.    By    Editor.     189:24-47: Jan. 
1899. 

Mr.   Stopford  Brooke   on    Tennyson.    By   Editor.     181:485-513: 
April  1895. 

Victor  Cousin.    By  Editor.    172: 484 -490: Oct.    1890. 
Life  of  Sir  James  Fitzjames  Stephen.    By  Editor.    182:418-439 
Oct.    1895.  ^^1 

Love  Letters.    By  V.   L.   Wentz.     132:736.  ^| 

A^eiy  Ruskin.    Letters   to   M.   G.   and   H.   G.    By  John   Ruskin.        'tl 
141:218-221:Aug.  1903. 

Odes  and  Epodes  of  Horace.   By  Editor.    190:1 19-1 46: July  1899. 
Poems   of  Browning.    Editorial.     18:453. 

The  Poetry  of  Mr.  Stephen  Phillips.    By  Editor.    191 :5 1-75: Jan. 
1900. 

Poetry  in  the  Nineteenth  Century.    By  Editor.    196:453-463: Oct. 
1902. 

The  Ring  and  the  Book.    By  E.  J.  H.    73:400-412. 
Ruhenstein.   By  Rev.  H.  R.  Haweis.    124:229-235:Feb.  1895.. 
Alfred  Lord   Tennyson:  A   Memoir.    By   Editor.     186:275-306: 
Oct.  1897. 

John   Creenleaf    Whittier.    By  Mary   Negreponte.     120:377-380: 
March  1893. 

Wordsworth  and  Tennyson.    Editorial.    64:273-415. 
Swinburne.    By  Quiller-Couch.    225:249-268: April    1917. 
Richard    Wagners   Prose    Works.     By    Editor.     189:96-1 18:Jan. 
1899. 

The  Works  of  John  Ruskin.    By  Editor.    167: 198-234: Jan.  1888. 
War  Poetry   in  France.    Reference   to  Sonnets  from   the  Portu- 
guese.   By  Edmund  Gosse.   222:78-97: July  1915. 
Watsons  Poems.    By  Editor.    198:489-51 2 :Oct.  1903. 
The   Wessex  Drama.    By  Editor.    215:93-1 12:Jan.  1912. 
Works  of  Thackeray.    By  Editor.    137:4:95-121  :Jan.   1873. 
The  World's  Most  Wonderful  Love  Story.    190:734: June  1899. 


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David  Masson  on  Tennyson.    Poet  Lore  4:12:635-637. 
EDUCATION  AND  INSTRUCTION 

By  Lord  Coleridge.   Eclectic  Magazine  122:157-163:Feb.  1894. 
EDUCATION,  FINE  ARTS  IN 

By  H.  J.  C.    Baylor  Literary  14:7-13  :May-June  1904. 
EDUCATION  MAGAZINE 

Book  Notices :  Heroes  and  Creai-hearts  and  Their  Animal  Friends. 

By  John  T.  Dale.    33  :121-128:Oct.  1912. 

Book  Notices:  Masters  of  English  Literature.    By  Edwin  Watts 

Chubb.   35:537-542:Sept  1914-June  1915. 

Book   Notices:    Select  Poems   of   Robert   Browning.     By   A.   J. 

George.    26:309-31 4 :Sept.   1905-June   1906. 

Differentiation  of  English  Classes  in  High  Schools.    By  M.  Cath- 
erine Mahy.    36:575-580:Sept.  1915-June  1916. 

Editorial.    37:390:Sept.   1916-June   1917. 

The  Growth  of  Our  Moral  Ideal.    By  Arthur  Deerin  Call.    32: 

546-559:May  1912. 

Public  Speaking  and  Dramatics  in  High  Schools.    By  J.  Milnor 

Dorey.    34:3l-38:Sept.  1913-June  1914. 

Social  Hmene.    By  F.  M.  Gregg.    33: 100- 104: Sept.   1912-June 

1913. 

Stratford  on  Avon.    By  Mabel  E.  Sturtevant.    33:488-491  :April 

1913. 

Book  Notices:   Select  Poems  of  Robert  Browning.    By   Percival 

Chubb.    36:9:626:May   1916. 

EDUCATIONAL  FIASCO.  THE 

By  K.  D.  Cotes.    Fortnightly  Review  85:878:May  1,  1906. 
EDUCATIONAL  REVIEW 

The  Peculiar  Obligation  of  the  Public  High  School.    By  George 

H.  Martin.    43:461-471  :May  1912. 

Uniform  Entrance  Examinations  in  English.   By  Francis  Stoddard. 

30:382:Nov.  1905. 
E.  D.  W. 

(Miss  Elizabeth  D.  West.   Later  Mrs.  Edward  Dowden.)    Verses. 

(Dublin,  E.  Ponsonby  1876)  1:12-13;   11:20.    Autographed  pres- 
entation copy.    821.88Wlllv.    (See  under  West.) 
EDWARDS.  LOUISE  BETTS 

The   Pied  Piper,   An   Autumn   Song  by   Louise   Betts   Edwards. 

New    England    Magazine    New    Series    19:608: Jan.    1899    (type- 
written) . 
EDWARDS.  M.  B. 

Madame  Bodichan:  A  Reminiscence.   Fortnightly  Review  57:218: 

Feb.  1892. 
EDWIN  ARNOLD  INFATUATION.  THE 

By  George   W.   Smalley.    Literary   Digest    1 1  :52 1-522: Aug.   31. 

1895. 
E.  G.  J. 

Literar])  London,  More  Memories  of.   Dial  18:8- 10: Jan.  1.  1895. 

Memories  of  Seventy^  Years.   Dial  18:43-45: Jan.  16.  1895. 
EIGHTEEN  YEARS  IN  THE  CENTRAL  CITY  SWARM 

The  Robert  Browning  Settlement. 


E.  J.  H. 


Robert  Browning's  Poems.    Eclectic  Magazine  March  1871.    New 

Series  from  St.  Paul  13:3:267-279:  Feb.  1848. 

The  Ring  and  the  Book.    Eclectic   Magazine   73:400-41 2: April 

1871, 


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ELDER.  PAUL 

Mrs.  Brorvning's  Sonnets  from  the  Portuguese.    Dial  49:532:Dec. 

16,  1910. 
ELEMENTARY  SCHOOL  TEACHER 

The  Course   of  Stud^  of  the    University  Elementary  School.    8: 

530-532:  May  1908. 

Literature  in  the  Elementary  School.    By  Porler  Lauder  MacClin- 

tock.   3: 146-155  :Nov.  1902. 
ELIOT.  DR. 

Dr.  Eliot's  Five  Feet  of  Doo^s.    Literary  Digest  39:57-8:July  10, 

1909. 

Same.  Current  Opinion  47: 158- 159: April    1909. 
ELIOT.  GREGORY 

Clarrisse's.    Scribner's  Magazine  53 :463-465 : April  1913. 
ELIOTT.  G.  R. 

Epilogue  to  Asolando.    Current  Literature  33: 197: Aug.  1902. 

ShaJgespeare's    Significance    for   Brorvning.     Inaugural -Dissertation 

zur  Erlangung  der  Doktorwurde  der  Hohen  Philosophischen  Fak- 

ultat  der  Universitat  Jena.    (72  pages.)    Druck  von  Ebrhardt  Kar- 

ras,   1909.    Halle,  A.  S.    Reprinted  from  Anglia  30:12.     821.88 

ELIZABETHAN  POET  AND  MODERN  POETRY.  AN 

By  Walter  De  La  Mare.    Edinburgh  Review  21 7:372-386: April 

1913. 
ELIZABETHANS,  LYRICAL  CONCEIT  OF  THE 

By  Raymond  Macdonald  Alden.   Studies  in  Philology  14:129-152- 

April  1915. 

Same.   (36  pages.)     821.88  Les. 
ELLIS,  HAVELOCK 

Genius  and  Stature.    Nineteenth  Century  42:87 -95: July  1897. 
ELLSWORTH,  WILLIAM  W. 

Colleges  Blamed  for  Our  Lacl^  of  Authors.    Literary  Digest  53: 

2:304-305: Aug.  5,  1916. 
ELMAN,  MISCHA 

See  Music. 
ELOQUENCE,  POETRY  AND 

By  John  Burroughs.    Chautauquan  15:63-65:April   1892. 
EMERSON,  AND  BROWNING,  RUSKIN.  CARLYLE 

Four  Great  Teachers,    By  Joseph  Forster.    Be  F733. 
EMERSON  AND  OTHER  ESSAYS 

By  John  Jay  Chapman.    Robert  Browning   185-213     814  C466e. 
EMERSON  AS  A  RELIGIOUS  INFLUENCE 

By  George  A.  Gordon.     Atlantic  Monthly  91  :577-87:May  1903. 
EMERSON    AS    AN    EXPONENT    OF    THE    BEAUTIFUL    IN 

POETRY 

By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  5:6&7:353-63. 
EMERSON  COLLEGE  MAGAZINE 

Broroning  Number  2^-3 '.]an.  1912. 

Robert  BroTvning's  Birthday  (Poem).    Read  at  the  Boston  Brown- 
ing Society.    By  Wm.  Harman  Van  Allen.    20:3: 136: Jan.   1912. 

Browning  s  Poem  Set  to  Music.   By  Clara  Kathleen  Rogers.   20:3: 

134  .Jan.   1912. 

Brownings   Saul.    By   Gertrude    Chamberlin.    20:3:124-131  :Jan. 

1912. 

Browning's  Song  from  Pippa  Passes.    By  Edith  Giles.    (In  Amer- 
ican Primary  Teacher.)    20:3: 146-1 50: Jan.  1912, 


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Epilogue,  Robert  Browning.    20:3:170:Jan.  1912. 

Extracts  from  the  Poetry  of  Robert  Broivning.   By  Wm.  G.  Ward. 

20:3: 136- 142:  Jan.    1912. 

A   Letter  from  Robert  Browning   to    William  Macread^.    20:3: 

131-132:Jan.  1912. 

The  Poetry  of  Robert  Brontning.   By  William  G.  Ward.    136-142: 

Jan.  1912. 

Prospice.    By  Robert  Browning.    20:3:161-162. Jan.    1912. 

The  Study  of  Browning  at  Emerson  College.    20:3: 135: Jan.  1912. 

Suggested  Programs.   Arranged  by  Miss  Gertrude  Chamberlin.   20: 

3: 132- 134: Jan.  1912. 

Suggestions  Regarding  Bool^s  on  Browning.    By  Marie  Ada  M« 

lineux.    20:3: 142- 144: Jan.  1912. 

EMERSON.  FRIEND  OF.  A 

By  Anlonia  C.  De  P.  P.  Maury.    Poet  Lore  26:3:357-67. 
EMERSON.  POET  AND  THINKER 

By  Annie  Russell  Marble.    Dial  37:366-7:Dec.   1.    1904. 

EMERSON,  RALPH  WALDO— AN  ETHICAL  STUDY 

By  Henry  Norman.   Fortnightly  Review.   LittelFs  Living  Age  158: 

771-777  (772). 
EMERSON.  THE  POEMS  OF 

By    Charles    Malloy.     Arena    33:65-70:Jan.    1905;    32:145-151: 

Aug.  1904. 
EMILY.  LADY  TENNYSON 

By  Annie  Fields.   Littell's  Living  Age  21 1  :765-766. 
E.  M.  K.      _  ^'i^;'W^f^ 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    The  Magazine  of  Poetry   161-165: 

April   1893. 
ENGLAND.  BROWNING'S 

By  Helen  A.  Clarke.     821.88  Kce. 

ENGLAND.  CURRENT  LITERATURE  OF 

By  Eugene  Lawrence.    Chautauquan  8:70-73:Nov.  1887. 

ENGLAND  OF  ENGLISH  POETS.  THE 

(Times.)    Littell's  Living  Age  285:677-681. 
ENGLAND.  THE  MONTH  IN 

By  Andrew  Lang.    Cosmopolitan  Magazine  19:112:May  1895. 

By  Israel  Zangwill.    Cosmopolitan  Magazine  23:99:May  1897. 

ENGLISCHE  DICHTER 

Von  Rudolf  Kassner.    Robert  Browning  155-187.    Im  Insel-Verlag 
zu  Leipzig,   1920. 

ENGLISCHE  STUDIEN 

Robert  Louis  Stevenson:  Essayist,  Novelist  and  Poet.    By  H.  B. 
Boildon.    Littell's  Living  Age  221  :671-688. 

ENGLISH  AND  AMERICAN  APPRECIATION  OF  BROWNING 
Poet  Lore  1:10:494. 

ENGLISH  AND  FRENCH  ATTITUDES  TOWARD  POETRY 

By  M.  A.  Gerothwohl.    Fortnightly  Review  97:953:May  1912. 
ENGLISH  AND  SCOTTISH.  POPULAR  BALLADS 

By  Francis  Jas.  Child.    Athenaeum  3230:377-379:Sept.  21.   1889. 
ENGLISH  BIBLE  AND  ENGLISH  WRITERS.  THE 

By  Chauncey   Marvin  Cady.    Biblical   World  9: 185-193: March 

1897. 
ENGLISH  ESTIMATE  OF  LOWELL.  AN 

By  F.  W.  Farrar.    Forum  l2:141-152:Oct.  1891. 


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ENGLISH  FRIENDS 

By  Chas.  Eliot  Norton.    Scribner's  Magazine  53:509:April  1913; 

53:775:Junc    1913. 
ENGLISH  HALL  OF  FAME.  THE 

Literary  Digest  35:872:Dec.  7,  1907.       . 
ENGLISH  IN  OUR  COLLEGES 

By  A.  S.  Hill.    Scribner's  Magazine   1  : 507-512 -.April   1887. 
ENGLISH  JOURNAL 

A   Creative  Approach  to  the  Siud\)  of  Literature.    By  Frank  W. 

Chandler.    4:281-291  :May  15,  1915. 
ENGLISH  LITERATURE 

By  G.  H.  Mair.   LittelFs  Living  Age  272:383.  Books  and  Authors. 
ENGLISN  LITERATURE  FROM  CHAUCER  TO  GARY,  DANTE 

IN 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  207: 398-420: April  1908. 
ENGLISH  LITERATURE  OF  THE  VICTORIAN  AGE 

By  Frederick  Harrison.    Forum  16:703-704:Feb.   1894. 
ENGLISH  LITERATURE,  TEN  YEARS  OF 

By  Edmund  Gosse.    Literary  Digest  15:521 -522: Aug.  28,  1897. 
ENGLISH  LITERATURE.  THE  CAMBRIDGE  HISTORY  OF 

Contemporary  Review  100:1  :282-285: May  1904:Literary  Supple- 
ment 47;    111:11 5 :527-530:March  1917:Literary  Supplement 
ENGUSH  LITERATURE— THE  HISTORY  OF 

By   Andrew    Lang.     Contemporary    Review    102:2:587-591  : July- 
Sept.  1911. 
ENGLISH  LITERATURE  TODAY 

By  Edward  Dowden.    Outlook  71  :229:May  24,  1902. 
ENGLISH  LOVE  SONGS 

Atlantic  Monthly  65:23-33:Jan.  1890. 
ENGLISH  LYRICAL  POETRY 

By  J.  D.    Cornhill.    Littell's  Living  Age  122:195-208. 
ENGLISH  MEN  AND  WOMEN  OF  LETTERS  OF  THE  NINE- 
TEENTH CENTURY 

Elizabeth  Barrett  BroJvrxing.   By  Mrs.  Humphrey  Ward.   Atalanta 

708-7 1 2  :Sept.  1888    821.88  Xbm. 
ENGLISH  METRES— DEVELOPMENT  OF 

By    William   Larminie.     Contemporary    Review    66:71 5-736 :Nov. 

1894. 
ENGLISH  MYSTICS,  STUDIES  IN  ST.  MARGARET'S  LECTURE 

(Review.)    By  Ralph  Inge,  M.  A.    Independent  61:21 7: July  26, 

1906. 
ENGLISH  NARRATIVE  VERSE.  MASTERPIECES  OF 

By  Charles  Leonard  Moore.    Dial  43: 303-305: Nov.   16,  1907. 
ENGLISH  NOTES 

By  James  Payn.    Independent  41  :2: 1042: Aug.   15,   1889;    41:2: 

1375-6:Oct.  24,  1889;  42:237-238:Feb.  20,  1890. 
ENGLISH  POEMS  ON  GREEK  SUBJECTS 

By  James  Richard  Joy.    Chautauquan  17:272-273 : June  1893. 
ENGLISH  POETRY  AND  ENGLISH  HISTORY 

By  Goldwin  Smith.    American  Historical  Reviews   10:28-40: Oct. 

1904. 
ENGLISH  POETRY.  FORMATIVE  TYPES  IN 

(Review.)      By    George    Herbert    Palmer.     Independent    97:381: 

March  15.  1919. 
ENGLISH  POETRY.  SOME  HIGHER  MINISTRIES  OF  RECENT 

By   F.   W.   Gunsaulus.     Review.     Independent    63:1 002  :Oct.   24, 

1907. 


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ENGLISH  POETS.  THE 

By    Thomas    Humphry    Ward.     Robert    Browning    1-39     821.08 

W263  V.5. 
ENGLISH  PROSODY  FROM   12th  CENT.  TO  PRESENT  DAY. 

REVIEW  OF 

By  George  Saintsbury.    Edinburgh  Review  213:1-31  :Jan.   1911. 
ENGLISH  PUBLIC  LIFE 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  21 4: 196-21 7: July  1911. 
ENGLISH  QUARTERLY  REVIEWS 

Editorial.    Independent42:752:May  29,  1890. 
ENGLISH  REALISM  IN  THE  19th  CENTURY 

By  Emily  Dixson.    Baylor  Literary  18:3-7:Sept.  1909. 
ENGLISH  REVIEW 

Edited  by  Austin    Harrison    May    1912.    Robert   Browning.     By 

Darrell  Figgis.     821.88  Drf. 

Mrs.  Browning  and  Miss  Lon?e.    Eclectic  Magazine  22:337-344: 

March   1851. 

Poetry  and  the  Modern  Novel.    By  Compton  MacKenzie.    Littell's 

Living  Age  274:220-228. 
ENGLISH  VERS  DE  SOCIEIE 

Quarterly  Review.    Littell's  Living  Age  122:707-720. 
ENGLISHMAN  IN  ITALY.  THE 

A  Collection  of  Verses  written  h^  some  of  those  who  have  loved 

Italy.    Arranged  by  George  Hyde  Wallaston.    Contains  a  number 

of  Browning's  Poems,  and  the  Autograph  of   R.   Barrett  Brown- 
ing.   821.08  W863i. 
ENOS,  SANDA 

Sordello.   Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  83     821.88 

Xht. 
ENSOR,  R.  C.  K. 

Detle\)  Von  Liliencron.   Contemporary  Review96 :448-457  :Oct.  1909. 
ENTHUSIASMS.  BROWNING  ON  FRENCH 

(Review  of  Browning  on  French  Enthusiasm,  by  Cushman  in  Poet 

Lore.)    Review  of  Reviews  20:466:Oct.  1899. 
ENVOY  RETURNS.  THE 

Suggested  by  M\)  Last  Duchess.    By  Alice  Harriman. 
EPIC  AND  THE  NEW.  THE  OLD 

Editorial.    Literary  Digest  26: 885 -886: June  20.  1903. 
EPILOGUE 

Robert  Browning.   Emerson  College  Magazine  20:3: 170: Jan.  1912. 

Current  Literature  33: 197: Aug.  1902. 

See  /.  H.  McL.;  Trantham. 

See  Music. 
EPILOGUES    OF    BROWNING:    THEIR    ARTISTIC    SIGNIFI- 
CANCE. THE 

By  Dr.  D.  G.  Brinton.    Poet  Lore  4:2:57-64. 
EPISTLE  OF  KARSHISH;  A  CRITICISM  OF 

By  Richard  Garnett.    By  C.  B.  Wright.    Poet  Lore  9:2:312-313. 
EPISTLE  OF  KARSHISH  THE  ARAB  PHYSICIAN.  THE 

In  Studies  in  Browning.  By  Susan  Cunnington.  61  -85     821 .88  Gsac. 

Browning's  Lazarus.    Poet  Lore  9:2:312-313. 

EPPS 

By  Browning.    Outlook   1 05: 169- 1 70: Sept.  27,  1913. 
By  Robert  Browning.    A  Program  given   fej>  Mr.   Sivori  Levey. 
Six  Saturday  Afternoons,  Nov.  1  to  Dec.  6,   1913. 
ERB,  J.  LAWRENCE 

Brahau,    (Review.)     Independent  61 :400:Aug.   16,   190$, 


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ERROR  OF  BROWNING 

By  Mary  M.  Barclay.    Poet  Lore  1 :6:300. 
ERSKINE.  JOHN 

The  New  Poetry.   Yale  6:384-385  :Ocl.  1916. 
ERUDITE.  THE 

The  Gospel  of   Work.    140: July   1902. 
ERUDITION  OF  BROWNING 

Poet  Lore   12:1:151. 
ESCOTT,  H.  S. 

A   Literary  Cham  and  His  Court.    Fortnightly  Review   100:904: 

Nov.  1913. 
ESCOTT,  T.  H.  S. 

Theatrical  LandmarJfs.    Edinburgh  Review  227:85-96: Jan.   1918. 
E.  S.  F. 

Answers  to  Queries.    Poet  Lore   1:3:140-41. 

Browning  Querj;.    Poet  Lore  2:4:199. 
ESOTERIC  BROWNINGISM 

By  Andrew  Lang.    Forum  6:300: Nov.  1888. 
ESOTERIC  TENDENCY  IN  LITERATURE,  THE 

In  Changing  Order.    By  Oscar  Lovell  Triggs,    32-71      304  T828c. 
ESSAY  CONSIDERED  FROM  AN  ARTISTIC  POINT  OF  VIEW. 

THE 

By  E.  H.  Lacon  Watson.   Eclectic  Magazine  123: 50-54: July  1894. 
ESSAY  ON  ROBERT  BROWNING.  DEC.  1886. 

By  W.  G,  Kingsland.   Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

61     821.88  Xht. 
ESSAY    ON    ROBERT    BROWNING'S   THE    RING   AND   THE 

BOOK,  AN 

By  Charles  W.  Hodell.     821.88  Hrhe. 
ESSAY  ON  MOOD  AND  FORM.  THE 

By  Richard  Burton.    Forum  32:125:Sept.   1901. 
ESSAY  ON  PERCY  BYSSHE  SHELLEY.  AN 

By  Robert  Browning.    Being  a  Reprint  of  the  Introductory  Essay 

prefixed  to  the  Volume  of  (25  spurious)  Letters  of  Shelley  pub- 
lished by  Edward  Moxon  in  1852.  Edited  by  Tyas  Harden.  Lon- 
don: Published  for  the  Shelley  Society  by  Reeves  &  Turner.  196 

Strand  1888.    821.88  Epbs  (cop.   1    and  2.) 
ESSAY  ON  SHELLEY 

Littell's  Living  Age  238:319.    Books  and  Authors. 
ESSAYS  AND  ADDRESSES 

By  Augustine  Birrell.    Robert  Browning  182-197     824.91   B619e. 
ESSAYS  AND  CRITICISM 

By  H.  W.  Mabie.    Outlook  69:685:Nov.  16.  1901. 
ESSAYS  AND  REVIEWS 

By  Joseph  Jacobs.     820.4  J272. 
ESSAYS  AND  SERMONS 

Robert  Browning  1-59.    By  William  Robertson.    821-88  Dre. 
ESSAYS  AND  SKETCHES 

Athenaeum  4045 :557-558:May   6.    1905. 

ESSAYS  AND  STUDIES 

By  Members  of  The  English  Association.  Collected  by  Andrew 
Cecil  Bradley,  Oxford.  Essay  on  Browning,  by  William  Paton 
Ker.  The  Queens  Lecture,  given  at  Queen's  College,  London, 
March  2,  1910.    (Typewritten)     821.88Dkb. 

ESSAYS  AND  THOUGHTS  OF  BROWNING 

By  Nettleship.    Athenaeum  3256:373-74:March  22,  1890. 


BROWNINGIANA  "  131 

ESSAYS.  DR.  EVERETT'S 

Editorial.    Independent  54:515:1902. 
ESSAYS  IN  LONDON  AND  ELSEWHERE 

By  Henry  James.    See  233  for  Browning  in  Westminster.     820.4 

J272. 
ESSAYS,  LITERARY  AND  BIOGRAPHICAL 

By  Chas.  Wm.  Pearson.    Independent  65:1069:Nov.  5.  1908. 
ESSAYS  OF  A  NATURALIST 

By  Percy  F.  Bicknell.    Dial  34:1 13-n4:Feb.  16,  1903. 
ESSAYS  ON  ENGLISH  LITERATURE 

By  Thomas  McNicoll.    Robert  Brorvning  298-314     820.4  M169. 
ESSAYS  ON  THE  ENGLISH  POETS  AND  THE  GREEK  CHRIS- 
TIAN POETS 

By   Elizabeth    Barrett   Browning.    Worthington    Co.,   New   York, 

N.  Y.  1889    821.88  Hie. 
ESSAYS  ON  THE  GREEK  CHRISTIAN  POETS  AND  THE  ENG- 
LISH POETS 

By  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    Published  by  James  Miller,  New 

York.  N.  Y.  1863    821.88  Epeb. 
ESSAYS  ON  THE  POETS 

By   Elizabeth   Barrett   Browning.    Christian   Examiner   75:24-43: 

July  1863    821.88  Xbm. 
ESSAYS  (TWO)  ON  ROBERT  BROWNING 

(I)  Robert  Broivrjing  and  the  Poetr\)  of  the  Future;   (II)  Robert 

Browning  and  the  Arabesque  in  Art.    By  Felix  E.  Shelling.    1890 

821.88  Est. 
ESTES.  DANA 

Remarks    at    the    Browning    Memorial    Services    at    Boston.     See 

Browning  Memorial  54-58     821.88  Bmb. 

ESTIMATE  OF  BROWNING'S  LIFE 

By  Edward  Berdoe.   London  Browning  Socitey  Papers  10:200-206. 
ESTIMATE  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

By   Darrell    Figgis.     North   American   Review    195:577-593: May 

1912. 
ESTIMATES  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING,  TWO 

By  W.  P.  Trent.    Forum  35:394-303:Oct.  1903. 
ETHICAL  TENDENCY  OF  MATTHEW  ARNOLD'S  POETRY 

By    Thomas    Bradfield.     Eclectic    Magazine    124:310-319:March 

1895. 
ETHICS  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

By  Hjalmar  Hjorth  Boyesen.    Independent  40 :2: 1595-1 596  :Dec. 

13,  1888. 
ETHICS  OF  BROWNING'S  POEMS,  THE 

By   Mrs.    Percy   Leake,   with   an   Introduction   by   the   Bishop   of 

Winchester.     821.88  Rel. 
ETHICS  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING,  THE.  IN  BOYESEN'S  LIT- 
ERARY AND  SOCIAL  SILHOUETTES 

By  Charles  B.  Wright.    Poet  Lore  10:3:461-463. 
ETHICS  OF  PARODY,  THE 

Academy.    Littel's  Living  Age  238:125-127. 
EURIPIDES,  BALAUSTION'S  OPINION  OF 

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EVELYN  HOPE 

By  Robert  Browning.    Translated  into  Japanese.    Rising  Cenera- 

ation  39: 10:302 :Chap.  5-7    821.88  Xmrg. 
EVENING  WITH  BROWNING.  AN 

From   the   Ogontz  Mosaic.    London  Browning  Society  Papers  8: 

163-164    821.88  Dbs. 
EVERETT.  CHARLES  CARROLL 

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Browning  Memorial  21-46     821.88  Bmb. 

Sordello.    Boston  Browning  Society  Papers  334-362     821.88  Vbp. 

Sordello:  I,  The  Hero  as  Poet.    Poet  Lore  8:5:243-56. 

Sordello:  II,  The  Hero  as  Man.    Poet  Lore  8:6:313-25. 
EVERYBODY'S  MAGAZINE 

Books.    Robert  Browning  9:559-561  :Nov.  1903. 

Music  in  Browning.   Robert  Browning  12:852-854: June  1905. 

Pippa  Passes.    Robert  Browning  12:287-288: Feb.  1905. 

Popular  Books  of  the  Season.    Robert  Browning  1:205-206:1899; 

1:403-404:1899;  2:97-98,  197-198,  299-300,  400-401:1900. 

A  Common  Sense  Browning.    Robert  Browning.    9:Nov.  1903. 
EVERY  MAN  HIS  OWN  POET 

By  a  Newdigate  Prizeman.    Third  Edition   1877.    British  authors. 
EVERY  MAN  HIS  OWN  POET  OR  THE  INSPIRED  SINGER'S 

RECEIPT  BOOK 

Containing  How  to  Make  an  Imitation  of  Mr.  Browning.    By  W. 

H.  Mallock. 
EVIDENCE  OF  CHRISTIANITY  FROM  BROWNING'S  POINT 

OF  VIEW 

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EVOLUTION  OF  RELIGION;  AS  SUGGESTED  IN  BROWNING'S 

POEMS,  THE 

By  Emma  L.  Hellings.    Poet  Lore  17:2:113-117. 
EVOLUTION  OF  TRAGEDY 

By  C.  E.  Vaughan.    Contemporary  Review  93:17-18:May  1908: 

Literary  Supplement. 
EVOLUTION  OF  THE  CHARACTER  OF  WOMAN  IN  ENGLISH 

LITERATURE,  THE 

By  Alice  Groff.    Poet  Lore  10:2:242-50. 
EXCERPTS  FROM  A  SHEAF  OF  BROWNING  LETTERS 

By  Wm.  G.  Kingsland.    Poet  Lore  4:5:233-38. 
EXERCISE  IN  SELF  ABASEMENT,  AN 

By  Editor.    World's  Work  2:807: June  1901. 
EXERCISES    AT   THE    MEMORIAL    MEETING   TO    ROBERT 

BROWNING,  BY  THE  BOSTON  BROWNING  SOCIETY 

Held  in   the  Kings  Chapel.    Literary  World  21:3:40:Feb.   1890. 
EXPOSITION  OF  THE  LAWS  OF  MARRIAGE  AND  DIVORCE, 

AS  ADMINISTERED  IN  THE  COURT  FOR  DIVORCE 

AND  MATRIMONIAL  CAUSES,  WITH  THE  METHOD 

OF  PROCEDURE,  IN  EACH  KIND  OF  SUIT,  AN 

By  Ridgway.    Athenaeum  2361  :1 10-1 1 1  :Jan.  25,  1873. 
EXTRACTS  FROM  THE  POETRY  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

By  Wm.  G.  Ward.    Emerson  College   Mazagine  20:3:136-142; 

Jan.  1912. 


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EYE  WITNESS  OF  THE  FRENCH  REVOLUTION.  AN 

Nation  43:36:1886. 
EYLES,  F.  A.  H. 

Popular  Poeis  of  ihe  Period.    Athenaeum  3228:315-3l6:Sept.  7, 

1889. 
EYRE,  TODD  G. 

Motives  and  Methods  of  Authorship.    Literary  Digest  12:640-641 : 

March  28,  1896. 


FACETTES  OF  LOVE  FROM  BROWNING 

By  Daniel  G.  Brinton.    Poet  Lore  1:1:1-27. 
TACT  AND  COURTESY.  BROWNING'S 

Editorial.    Dial  52:347:May  1.   1912. 
FAERIE  QUEEN  OF  SPENSER.  OBSERVATIONS  ON 

By  Thomas  Warton.     (Contains   autograph  of   Robert   Browning, 

father  of  Poet.)     821.3  5.748ow. 
FAILURE  OF  GREAT  WRITERS  AS  DRAMATISTS 

Editorial.    Literary  Digest  26: 785-786: May  30,  1903. 
FAILURE  TO  SUCCESS.  THROUGH 

By  Ariadne  Gilbert.    St.  Nicholas  40: 130-1 38: Nov.  1912. 
FAIRBAIRN.  A.  M. 

Oxford  and  Jowett.  Contemporary  Review  71 :829-851  :June  1897. 
FAIRCHILD.  ARTHUR  H.  R. 

The  Teaching  of  Poetry  in  the  High  School,  dealing  with  Andrea 

del  Sarto.   22-69    808.1   F165p. 
FAIRFAX.  WALTER 

Robert  BroTvning  and  the  Drama.     621.22  Dpm. 
FAITH 

Brorvning's   Teaching  on  Faith,  Life  and  Love.    By  W.  Arthur 

Hind.     821.88  Rhtf. 

Guidance  from  Robert  Bron>ning  in  Matters  of  Faith.    By  John 

A.  Hutton.    821.88  Rhg. 

See  under  Howard  S.  Pearson. 
FAITH  AND  DOUBT  IN  THE  CENTURY'S  POETS 

By   Richard   A.    Armstrong.     Robert   Brorvning    114-136     808.1 

A837fd. 
FAITH  AND  SIGHT 

By    William    Pierson    Merrill.     Robert   Brottning    128-144     230 

M571. 
FAITH.  BROWNING  AND  THE  CHRISTIAN 

(The  evidence   of   Christianity   from   Browning's  point   of  view.) 

By  Edward  Berdoe.     821.88  Rbb. 

Reviewed  in  Outlook  53:670: April   1896. 
FAITH  ON  TRIAL.  A 

Poems.    By  George  Meredith.     821.88  M559p. 
FAME.  BIOGRAPHY  OF  BROWNING'S 

By  Thomas  W.  Higginson.    Boston  Society  Papers     821.88  Vbp. 
FAME  OF  TENNYSON 

By  Henry  Van  Dyke.    Independent  42:66: Jan.   16,  1890. 
FAMILY.  THE 

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FANCIES 

See  Feriihtah'i  Fancies.     821.88  Hff. 
FAREWELL.  A 

By  Henry  Trantham.    Homagt  to  Robert  Drotoning,  Aleph  Tan- 
ner 135    821.88  Xht. 
FARMER.  JOHN 

Edited.     Gaudeamus:    A    Selection    of    Songs    for    Colleges    and 

Schools.    Autograph  of  Sarianna  Browning.    Cassell  &  Co..  Ltd. 

1890    784.8  F233g. 
FARRAR.  DEAN 

Brojvning's  Intelleclual  Equipment.   Literary  Digest  14:552:March 

6.  1897. 

Horv   BroTDning's   Fame    Was  Dela'^ed    Tj»eni}f    Years.    Literary 

Digest  14:701  :ApriI  10.  1897. 
FARRAR.  F.  H. 

Count  Leo  Tolstoi.    Forum  6:109:Oct.  1888. 

An  English  Estimate  of  Loivell.    Forum  12:141  :Oct.  1891. 

Formative  Influences.    Forum   10:373: Dec.   1890. 

Literary  Criticism.    Forum  9:286:May  1890. 
FARRAR.  FREDERICH  WILLIAM 

With  the  Poets.  Mrs.  Browning  327-337     821.88  F242w. 

Significance  of  Browning's  Message.    Review  of  Reviews   15:185- 

191:Feb.  1897. 

Two   Archbishops.     Contemporary    Review.    Littell's    Living   Age 

211:560-569  (562). 
FAUTLESS 

By  Jeanie  Morison.    Manuscript,  not  yet  published. 
FAWCETT.  EDGAR 

Advice   to    Young    Authors.     Literary   Digest    13:202-3: June    13, 

1896. 

FAY.  EDWIN  W. 

Reviews  and  Boo}(  Notices.    American  Journal  of  Philology  31  :6: 
89. 

FELLOWSHIP 

The  Robert  Browning  Settlement   Monthly   Journal    1 1  :Oct.    1916 
821.88  Xsff. 

The  Monthly  Journal  of  the  Browning  Settlement  Oct.  15,  1910; 
12:Jan.  1917;   13:1918    821.88  Xsff. 

FEMININE  POETRY 

Nation  22: 132-34:  Feb.   1871. 

FERGUSON.  J.  DE  LANCEY 

The  Poetry  of  Rud^ard  Kipling.    Forum  50:396-41 1  :Sept.   1913. 

FERISHTAH'S  FANCIES 

By  Robert  Browning.    London:  Smith,  Elder  &  Co..  15  Waterloo 

Place.    1884.     (All   rights   reserved.)     First   edition.    Autographed 

by  F.  J.  Furnivall.  Dec.  1.  1884     821.88  Hffl. 

Same.  The  Riverside  Press.  Cambridge.    Houghton  Mifflin  &  Co., 

Boston.  1886    821.88  Hffh. 

Athenaeum  2980:725-728:Dec.  6,  1884. 

Current  Opinion  34.741. 

A   Defense  of  Browning's   Later   IVorJ^s.     By   Helen   A.   Clarke. 

Poet  Lore  12:284-304. 

Reviewed  in  Harper's  Monthly  71  :  156: June  1885. 

See  Music. 

Study  Class  220-23.    By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.     807  Ml 67. 


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A  Criticism.    By  Dr.  Brinton.    Poet  Lore  1:12:368. 

See  under  Music. 
FEW  CONVERSATIONALISTS,  A 

Cornhill  Magazine.    Littell's  Living  Age  233:547-558. 
FEW  FRENCH  BOOKS  OF  TODAY.  A 

By  W.  P.  Trent.    Forum  38:21  l:Oct.  1906. 
FEW  IMPRESSIONS  FROM  THE  POEMS  OF  ROBERT  BROWN- 
ING 

Profusely  Illustrated.    By  Emily  Atkinson.     821.88  Gfa. 
FEW  OF  FREDERICK  LOCKERS  CONFIDENCES.  A 

Literary  Digest  13:12:May  2,  1896. 
FEW  PARODISTS.  A 

By  Q.  K.    New  Republic  10:128:317-318:ApriI  14.  1917. 
FEW  WORDS  ON  ROBERT  BROWNING,  A 

By  Leon  H.  Vincent.     821.88  Dvf. 

(By  Leon   H.   Vincent.    Author's   name  omitted.)     Philadelphia: 

Arnold  &  Co.,  1890     821.88  Zaa. 
F.  H.  W. 

The  Browning  Sociei}f  of  the  New  Cenlur}^  Club.    Poet  Lore  5: 

12:646-48. 
FICKLEN.  BESSIE  A. 

Dream  Poetry.   Scribner's  Magazine  9:636-643:May  1891. 
FICTION  AND  ROMANCE 

By  A.   C.   Benson.    Contemporary  Review     100:2:792-805:Dec. 

1911. 
FICTION  IN  THE  PULPIT 

By  Agnes  Repplier.   Atlantic  Monthly  64:527-536:Oct.  1889. 
FIELD.  LOUISE  MAUNSELL 

The  Motherless  Heroine.    Poet  Lore   17:4:99-101. 
FIELD.  MICHAEL 

The  Burial  of  Robert  Browning.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning. 

Aleph  Tanner  125-126    821.88  Xht. 

Burial  of  Robert  Browning.    (Poem  from  London  Spectator.) 

In   Memoriam:    Robert   Browning.    Academy   920:405:Dec.    21, 

1889    821.88  Xman. 

Same.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner   121     821.88 

Xht. 
FIELDS,  ANNIE 

Emily,  Lady  Tennyson.    Littell's  Living  Age  21 1 :765-766. 
FIELDS,  JAMES  T. 

Barry  Cornwall  and  Some  of  His  Friends.    Harper's  Magazine 

51:777-779:1875. 
FIELDS,  MRS. 

Third   Shelf   of   Old   Books.     Scribner's   Magazine    l6:354:Sepl. 

1894. 
FIFINE  AT  FAIR  AND  OTHER  POEMS 

Reviewed  Canadian  Monthly  and  National  Review.   2:3:285-287: 

Sept.   1872. 
FIFINE  AT  THE  FAIR 

By  Robert  Browning.   London:  Smith,  Elder  &  Co.,  15  Waterloo 

Place,  1872.    (The  Right  of  Translation  is  reserved.)    First  edi- 
tion.    821.88  Hfl. 
FIFINE  AT  THE  FAIR 

Christmas   Eve  and  Easter-Day   and   Other   of  Mr.   Browning's 

Poems.    By  Jeanie  Morison.    William  Blackwood  &  Sons,  Edin- 
burgh and  London,   1892     821.88  Dfee. 


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FIFINE  AT  THE  FAIR,  RED  COTTON  NIGHT-CAP  COUNTRY 

AND  THE  INN  ALBUM 

Analysis  and  summary.    By  J.  T.  Nettleship.    London  Browning 

Society  Papers  2 : 1 99-230     82 1 .88  Dbs. 

An   Analysis    and    Summary.     By    Rev.    John    Sharpe.     London 

Browning  Society  Papers  2:255-257. 

By  Robert  Browning.  The  Riverside  Press,  Cambridge.   Houghton, 

Miffhn  &  Co..  1883,  Boston.  Mass.     821.88  Gfh. 

By  Jeanie  Morison.     821.88  Hfl. 

Poet  Lore   1:1:5. 
FIGGIS.  DARRELL 

Robert  BroTt>nmg.    Edited  by  Austin  Harrison.    The  English  Re- 
view 238-254:May  1912    821.88  Drf. 
FINE  ARTS 

Athenaeum  3348:869-870:Dec.  26.  1891. 
FINE  ARTS  IN  EDUCATION 

By  H.  J.  C.    Baylor  Literary  14:7-13 :Sepl.   1905. 
FINE  PASSAGES  IN  VERSE  AND  PROSE;  SELECTED  BY  LIV- 
ING MEN  OF  LETTERS 

Fortnightly  Review  48:297: Aug.    1887;    48:444-445: Sept.    1887; 

48:585-588:Oct.  1887;  48:729:Nov.  1887. 
FIREFLIES 

By  Alicia  K.  Van  Buren.   Lyrics  and  Sonnets,  containing  Brown- 
ing (poem)  14    811  V221. 
FIRESIDE,  BY  THE 

Baylor  Literary     821.68  Xbly. 

Poet  Lore  13:2:315. 

FIRKINS,  OSCAR  W. 

C.  K.  ChcMerion.    Forum  48:601  :Nov.  1912. 

The  Cult  of  the  Passing  Hour.    Atlantic  Monthly   113:661-668: 

May   1914. 

The  Paradoxical  Ethics  of  Drowj^ing.    Poet  Lore  23:5:348-59. 

Poetry^  and  Prose  in  Life  and  Art.   Poet  Lore  15:3:77-87.  ,,^^1 

FIRST  BOOKS  OF  SOME  ENGLISH  AUTHORS,  THE  ^1 

1.  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Barrett  Broivning.  By  Luther  S.  Living- 
ston. Bookman  10:1 :  76-81  :Sept.  1899. 

FIRST  LOVE  IN  POETRY 

By  C.  J.  Morris.    Fortnightly  Review  84:264,  267,  269:July  1905. 

FIRTH.  C.  H. 

Introduction  to  Robert  Browning's  Prose  Life  of  Strafford,  v/ith 
Foreword  by  F.  J.  Furnivall.    821.88  Hsf. 

FISHER.  WILLIAM  ARMS 
See  Music. 

FITCHBURG  (MASS.)  PUBLIC  LIBRARY 

Bulletin.  Vol.  7:2:76-78:March-June  1906.  Browning  Number. 
Public  Library  Bulletin  called  The  Browning  Number.  Library 
Journal  3 1:345: July  1906. 

FITZGERALD  AFFAIR,  THE 

Poet  Lore  1:8:400;  9:447-448. 

FITZGERALD  AND  BROWNING 

From  Letters  by  Robert  Browning.   Poet  Lore  9:1 :85. 

FITZGERALD  AND  OMAR  KHAYYAM,  THE  REAL  FACTS  IN 
REGARD  TO 

Editor.    Current  Opinion  46: 508-5 lOrMay   1909. 


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FITZGERALD.  BROWNING'S  POEM  TO  E. 
N.  &  N.   Poet  Lore  1 :9:447-448. 

FITZGERALD.    EDWARD.    LETTERS    AND    LITERARY    RE- 
MAINS OF 
By  Wm.  Aldls  Wright.   Athenaeum  3220:56-57  July  13,  1889. 

FITZGERALD,  E..  LINES  TO 

Athenaeum  3220:64  July  13,  1889. 

FITZGERALD.  PERCY 

Glimpses  of  Thomas  Carlxfle.  Contemporary  Revievr.  Littell's  Liv- 
ing Age  278:216-223. 

FITZGERALD.  TO  EDWARD 

By  Robert  Browning.    Poet  Lore  1 :8:400. 

FITZGERALD.  WILLIAM  G. 

The  Finance  of  Liierar})  Shrines.  Munsey's  Magazine  37:723-743: 
Sept.  1907. 

FITZGERALD'S  NEW  LETTERS 

Editorial.    Independent  54:752-753  :March  27.  1902. 

FIVE  SERMONS 

Some  Creai  Nineteenth  Centur))  Preachers.  Five  Sermons  Preached 
in  Trinity  Presbyterian  Church.  Hampstead.  (Printed  for  private 
circulation.)    Browning  24-32     821.88  Rxl. 

FLEAY,  F.  G. 

The  Stor\f  of  Shelle\f's  Life  in  His  Epips\fchidion.  Poet  Lore  2: 
5:225-33. 

FLEMING.  ALBERT 

Andrea  del  Sarto.  London  Browning  Society  Papers  8:95-102 
821.88  Dbs. 

FLETCHER.  JOHN  GOULD 

The  Poelr\f  of  Ralph  Hodgson.   Dial  63:50-52:July  19.  1917. 

FLETCHER.  ROBERT  HUNTINGTON 

Tenn\fson  and  Bron>ning.  English  Journal  2:2:675:Dec.  1913. 
Same.  A  Manual  for  College  Classes  and  Other  Students.  Torch 
Press.  Cedar  Rapids.  Iowa.  1913     821.88  Dft. 

FLEW.  JOSIAH 

Studies  in  BroTt>ning.     821.88  Rfs. 

FLIGHT  OF  THE  BUCKET,  THE 

Rudyard  Kipling  After  Robert  Browning.  A  Parod)f  Anthology. 
By  Carolyn  Wells.   206    821.08  W453pa. 

FLIGHT  OF  THE  DUCHESS,  THE 

Criticism.   By  Vida  Scudder.   Poet  Lore  1  :  10:464. 

From  Letters  by  Robert  Browning.    Poet  Lore  9:1 :86. 

By  M.  C.  Lennox.    In  American  Notes  and  Queries   11:17:197: 

Feb.  23.  1889    821.88. 

By  Mrs.  Owen.    London  Browning  Society  Papers  (Abstract)  4: 

49-55. 

A  Steel   Engraving  of  the  Duchess  in   The  Loves  of  the  Poets. 

821.08  L911m. 
FLIGHT    OF    THE    DUCHESS.    THE,    THE    ART    SPIRIT    IN 

BROWNING'S 

By  Charlotte  Moore.    Poet  Lore  1 1 :2 :266-76. 
FLORENCE,  THE  BROWNINGS  IN 

Book  News  24:283:467-471  :March  1906. 
FLORENCE  IN  BROWNING'S  POETRY 

Independent  57: 1093- 1094:  Nov.  10,  1904. 


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FLORENCE  IN  THE  POETRY  OF  THE  BROWNINGS 

Being  a  Selection  of  the  Poems  of  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Barrett 

Broovning  Which  have  to  do  With  the  History,  the  Scenery  and 

the  Art  of  Florence.    Edited  by  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.  (Two 

Copies)     821.88  Gmf. 

By  Anne  Benneson  McMahan.    Books  and  Authors.   Littell's  Liv- 
ing Age  243 :828. 
FLORENCE.  LITERARY  LANDMARKS  OF 

By  Lawrence  E.  Hutton.     809.0455  H984. 
FLORENCE,  ROBERT  BROWNING  IN 

See  G.  W.  Curtis.   From  the  Eas})  Chair  197-208     814  C978ec. 
FLORENTINE  TALES,  THE  AUTHORSHIP  OF  TALES  FROM 

BOCCACCIO  AND 

Athenaeum  3328:192-193: Aug.  8,   1891. 
FLOWER.  B.  O. 

Brorvning's  Saul.  Twentieth  Century  1 :248-256:Dec.  1909. 

Prof.  S.  S.  Curr\),  His  Work  for  Life  and  Art.   Arena  40:39-47: 

July  1908. 

The  Eagle-Hearted  Poet  of  the  Nineteenth  Century^.    Arena  39: 

72-77  :Jan.   1908. 

The  Poems  of  Louise  Chandler  Moulton.    Twentieth  Century   1  : 

150-154:Nov.  1909. 

The  Poet  as  Philosopher.  Arena  39:323-331  :March  1908. 

The  Poet,  His  Mission  and  Message...  Arena  38: 166- 169: Aug. 

1907. 

A  Poet  of  the  People.    Arena  7:607-61 9: April  1893. 

Prospice  Browning's  Challenge   to  Death.    Twentieth  Century  2: 

59-61  :April  1910. 

Rabbi  Ben  Ezra.   Arena  40:334-341  :Oct.  1908. 

Revolution  in  Religious  Thought  During  the  Nineteenth  Century. 

Arena  26 :598-611:Dec.  1901. 
FLOWER  SONGS  IN  FRA  LIPPO 

By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  2:5:262. 
FOGAZZARO.  ANTONIO 

Preface  to  La  Vita  e  le  Opere  di  Roberto  Browning  ed  Elisabetta 

Barrett  Browning.    By  Fanny  Zampini-Salazar.     821.88  Bzs. 

Same.  In  Italian.  1896     821.88  Bs. 

Comment  on  Current  Boo^s.    Outlook  86:525: July  6.  1907. 

Preface  to   the   Fanny   Zampini   Salazar's  Roberto   ed  Elisabetta 

Browning    821.88  Bs. 

FOLIO.  FRANK 

Bookish  Bits.    Poet  Lore  2:7:389-90. 

FOLK  POEMS.  BROWNING'S 

By  Charlotte  Porter  and  Helen  Clarke.  Poet  Lore  11:4:608-609. 
A  Study  Programme.  By  Charlotte  Porter  and  Helen  A.  Clarke. 
Poet  Lore  12:1:105-113. 

FOOTPATHS 

By  Thomas  Wentworlh  Higginson.  Atlantic  Monthly  26:513-521  : 
Nov.  1870. 

FORBES.  J.  WINCHILL 
See  Music. 

FORD.  HARRIET 

Andrea  Del  Sarto:  A  Painter's  Poem.    Poet  Lore  4:3:144-48. 
Browning  Right  About  the  Riccardi  Palace.    Poet  Lore  3:12:648- 

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FORD.  JULIA  ELLSWORTH 

A.  E.    The  Neo-Celtic  Myfstic.    Poet  Lore  16:4:82-86. 
FORD.  S.  GERTRUDE 

The  Australian  Muae.   Contemporary  Review  103: 395 -403: March 

1913. 
FORD'S  LITERARY  CIRCLES  (MISS)   (Nashville,  Tenn.) 

By  Mrs.  P.  H.  Manlove.    Poet  Lore  11  :6:331-32. 
FOREIGN  LITERARY  NOTES 

Eclectic  Magazine  121 :839-860:Dec.  1893;  122:424:March  1894; 

123:71 1-713  :Nov.  1894. 

Editorial.    Eclectic  Magazine  45:71 2: May  1897. 

Christina  Rossetti.    Eclectic  Magazine   124:279-83:1895. 
FOREIGN  NOVELS 

Athenaeum  3508:80-81  : Jan.   19,  1895. 
FORERUNNERS.  THE 

By  Vida  D.  Scudder.   Atlantic  Monthly  108:23 1-242: July  1911. 
FOREST  CHAPEL,  THE 

By  Maxwell  Gray.    Robert  Browning's  Death  70-74     821.88. 
FOREST  THOUGHTS 

By   Robert   Browning.     Current   Literature   29:21 9: Aug.    1905. 
FORETALK 

By    F.    J.    Furnivall.     London    Browning    Society    Papers    9:3-4 

821.88  Dbs. 
FOR  LOVE'S  SAKE  ONLY 

See  Music. 
FORMAN,  ALFRED 

A  BroToning  Query.    Athenaeum  3749:232:Sept.  2,   1889. 

At  Browning's  Crave.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tan- 
ner 118    821.88  Xht. 

Mountain-Birth.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  54 

821.88  Xht. 
FORMAN.  ALFRED  (AND  OTHERS) 

Browningiana.    Athenaeum  3607:838:Dec.   12.   1896. 
FORMAN.  EMILY  SHAW 

Browning's  Place  in  Literature.   Cosmopolitan  8:5:560-564:March 

1890    821.88  Xsf. 

Same.  Fortnightly  Review  58:01d  Style  95: 560-564  :Oct.  1.  1871 

821.88  Xsf. 

Some   Sane    Words   about   Browning.    American    Magazine   8:5: 

536-541  :Sept.  1888. 
FORMAN.  H.  BUXTON 

The  Library  of  the  Late.    Catalogue  No.  1480,  Part  1.    Elizabeth 

B.  Browning  27-36.  Robert  Browning  36-41. 

Balaustion's  Adventure.     821.88  Dfb. 

The  Epic  of  Psychology.     821.88  Dfb. 

Our  Living  Poets.  An  Essay  in  Criticism.    103-152.   Tinsley  Bros., 

London.  1871    821.88  Dfop. 

Same.  Robert  Browning,  Chapter  4  (Typewritten)     821.88  Dfop. 
FORM  AS  SHOWN  IN  BROWNING,  THE  NEW  POETIC 

By  Daniel  G.  Brinton.    Poet  Lore  2:5:234-246. 
FORM.  BROWNING'S 

A  Study  of  Rhymes  on  Browning.    By  Dr.  H.  A.  Clarke.    Poet 

Lore  2:5:280;  Poet  Lore  2:9:480-496. 

By  Francis  Howard  Williams.    Poet  Lore  2:6:300-305. 

FORMATIVE  INFLUENCES 

By  F.  W.  Farrar.   Forum  10:378:Dec.  1890. 


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FORSTER.  JOHN 

Walitr  Savage  Landor.   See  Index  under  Browning     B1261f. 

Life  of  Charles  Dickens  1 1  :406.  Opinion  of  A  Blot  in  the  'Scutch' 

eon.     Bd  548f. 
FORSTER,  JOSEPH 

Four  Great  Teachers,  TRus^i'n,  Carl^le,  Emerson,  Browning,   103- 

140   Be  F733. 
FORSTER'S  LIFE  OF  STRAFFORD 

Is  It  Forsters  or  Browning's?    By  W.  G.  Kingsland.    Poet  Lore 

6:2:555-59. 
FOR  THE  CENTENARY  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

By  Alfred  Noyes.    Fortnightly  Review  97:81 1-81 2  :May   19f2. 

Same.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  23-24     821.88 

Xht. 

FORTNIGHTLY  REVIEW 

Alfred  de  Vign})  on  Genius  and  Woman.   By  M.  A.  Gerothwahl. 
99:103:Jan.  1913. 

Balaustions  Adventure.    By  Sidney  Colvin.    58  New  Style  or  95 
Old  Style  :478.490:Oct.  1,  1871. 

Charles  De  Bernard.    By  George  Saintsbury.    29:924: June   1878. 
Books  and  Critics.    By  Mark  Pattison.   28: 659-679: Nov.  1877. 
Books  of  the  Month.    Contains  reference  to  Book  transcribed  by 
Browning.   28:730:Nov.  1877. 

Mr.  Browning  in  a  Passion.    By  Robert  Yelverton  Tyrrell.    52: 
271-273. 

Rupert  Brooke.  By  S.  P.  B.  Mais.   104:352-362:  Aug.  1915. 
Stopford  Augustus  Brooke.    By  Eleanor  Hull.    106: 449-450: Sept. 
1916. 

Browning  and  Wordsworth.    By  Harry  Christopher  Minchin.    97: 
813-24:May  1,  1912. 

Same.  Liltell's  Living  Age  274:104-1 12  :July  1912. 
Robert  Browning,   Writer  of  Pla^s.    By  W.  L.  Courtney.    888- 
900: June  1,  1883     821.88  Xman. 

Same.  Eclectic  Magazine  of  Foreign  Literature  (New  Series)  38: 
3:358-366:Sept.  1883. 

Browning's  Place  in  Literature.   By  Emily  Shaw  Forman.   58:560- 
564:Oct.  1.  1871. 

Thomas  Campbell.    By  Arthur  Symons.    82:421 : Sept.  1904. 
The  Catholic  View  in  Modern  Fiction.    By  May  Bateman.    105: 
535:1916. 

A   Challenge  to  Socialism.    By  John  Beattie  Clozier.    90:96: July 
1908. 

Collected  Pla^s   of   Oscar    Wilde.     By    St.    John    Hankin.     89: 
796-797:May  1908. 

A   Comparison  of  Elizabethan  with   Victorian  Poetry.    By  J.  A. 
Symonds.   Littell's  Living  Age  180: 195-209: Jan.  1889. 
Death  and  Pit}).    By  Ouida.    57:550-552: April  1892. 
Debt  of  English  to  Italian  Literature.    By  J.  A.  Symonds.    (Lil- 
tell's Living  Age.)    125:131-138. 

The  Difficulties   of  Revolution.    By   Robert   Jay.    84:1 056  :Dec. 
1905. 

Dora  Greenwell,  Her  Poems.    By  D.   G.   McChesney.    86:262: 
Aug.  1906. 

The  Early   Victorians  and  Ourselves.    By  G.  S.  Street.    86:878: 
Nov.  1906. 
Same.  By  G.  S.  Street.    Littell's  Living  Age  251:617-624. 


BROWNINGIANA  141 

The  Educational  Fiasco,  By  K.  D.  Cotes.  85 : 878 : April  1906. 
Edii>ard  Bulwer-Lytton.  By  Edmund  Gosse.  Littell's  Living  Age 
280:3-I3:Jan.   1914. 

Ralph   Waldo  Emerson:  An  Ethical  Stud^.    By  Henry  Norman. 
(Littell's  Living  Age)    1 58:771 -777:Sept.   1883. 
English  and  French  Attitude  Tor»ard  Poetryf.    By  M.  A.  Gerolh- 
wohl.   97:953  :May  1912. 

Fine  Passages  in  Verse  and  Prose.  Selected  by  Living  Men  of 
Letters.  48:297:Aug.  1887;  48: 444-445:  Sept.  1887;  48:585- 
588:Oct.  1887;  48: 729:  Nov.  1887. 

First  Love  in  Poetry.  By  C.  J.  Norris.  84:264.267,269: July  1905. 
For  the  Centenary)  of  Robert  Brojvning.  By  Alfred  Noyes.  97: 
811-12:May  1912. 

Heav})  Fathers.  By  Rowland  Grey.  (Littell's  Living  Age)  262: 
473-480:  Aug.   1909. 

The  Influence  of  Italy  on  the  Poetry  of  the  BroJvnings.    By  Ethel 
de  Fonblanque  (Mrs.  Arthur  Harter).   92:327-344: Aug.  1909. 
An  Inspired  Little  Creature  and  the  Poet  Wordsworth.   By  Rosa- 
line Masson.     (Littell's  Living  Age)   267:790-801  :Dec.   1910. 
Intellect  and  the  Actor.    By  S.  R.  Littlewood.    100:111,113,116: 
July  1913. 

Edward  Burne- Jones.   By  William  Knight.   86:680:Oct.  1906. 
Jose  Maria  De  Heredia.   By  Thomas  Seccombe  and  Louise  Bran- 
din.   84:1082:Dec.  1905. 

The  Kiss  Poetical.  By  Norman  Pearson.  82:293-295:301.303: 
Aug.  1904. 

Last  Words  of  Shelly.  By  Edward  Dowden.  48:462  :Oct.  1887. 
Ciacoma  Leopardi — Poet  Philosopher.  By  W.  K.  Johnson.  10: 
21:  July  1898. 

The  Literary  Associations  of  The  American  Embassy.  By  F.  S. 
A.  Lowndes.   83: 1040: June  1905. 

A  Literary  Cham  and  His  Court.  By  H.  S.  Escott.  100:904: 
Nov.  1913. 

Literary  Courtships.  By  Eleanor  A.  Towle.  (Littell's  Living  Age) 
223:220-231  :Oct.  1819. 

Edward  Bulwer  Lytton.  By  Edmund  Gosse.  100:1043  :Dec.  1913. 
Madame  Bodichan:  A  Reminiscence.  By  M.  B.  Edwards.  57: 
218:Feb.  1892. 

Ceorge  Meredith:  Some  Recollections.  By  Edward  Clodd.  92:25: 
July  1909. 

Mr.  Meredith  in  His  Poems.  By  Edward  Dowden.  57:338-339: 
March  1892. 

Same.   (Littell's  Living  Age)    193: 495 -505: May  1892. 
The  Mission  of  Tennyson.    By  W.  S.  Lilly.   67:239:Feb.  1897. 
Same.   (Littell's  Living  Age)   213:227-234:April   1897. 
Notes   on   The  History  and  Character  of  the  Jews.    By  Laurie 
Magnus.    85: 148: Jan.  1906. 

Obiter  Scripta.  By  F.  Harrison.  109:9:Jan.  1918;  109:178:Feb. 
1918. 

The  Paths  of  Glory.   By  Joesph  Jacobs.    73:68: Jan.  1900. 
The  Peasant  in  British  Poetry.    By  G.   Douglas.    110:562:Oct. 
1918. 

Stephen  Phillips.    By  Arthur  Waugh.    105:92: Jan.  1916. 
A  Plea  for  the  British  Composer.    By  A.  E.  Keeton.    89:244: 
Feb.  1908. 


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The  Poemi  of  Edmund  Comc.  By  A,  Noyes.  98:297-301 : Aug. 
1912. 

The  Popular  Reprint  in  England.  By  J.  MUne.  102:351 -352: Aug. 
1914. 

The  Prose  Worlds  of  IVordsworth.  By  Edward  Dowden.  (Lil- 
tcll's  Uving  Age)    128:195-208:Jan.   1876. 

The  Queens  Diamond  Jubilee.  By  H.  D.  Traill.  67:827-828: 
June  1897. 

Realistic  Drama.  B^  W.  L.  Courtney.  (LitleH's  Living  Age)  278: 
775-786:Sepi.  1913. 

Reality)  in  Poetry^.  By  Lawrence  Housman.  96:1 1 18-1 121  :Nov. 
1911. 

Same.  (Littell's  Living  Age)   272:204-21 4  :Jan.   1912. 
Recent  English  Poetry.    By   M.  D.  Armstrong.     101 : 499: March 
1914. 

The  School  of  Ciorgione.    By  W.  H.  Paler.  28:531  :Oct.  1877 
The  Secret  of  Marceline  Deshordes-Valmore.    By  Francis  Gritfile. 
97:1071-1083:June  1912. 

A  Sequence  of  Sonnets  on  the  Death  of  Robert  Broi»ning.  By 
Algernon  C.  Swinburne.  (Littell's  Living  Age)  184:447-448: Feb. 
1890. 

The  Sonnets  of  M.  De  Heredia.  By  J.  C.  Bailey.  70:383 :Sept. 
1898. 

The  Succession  of  Mr.  Meredith.  By  Laurie  Magnus.  88:935: 
Dec.   1907. 

Swinburne.    By  Edmund  Gosse.   91  :  1037: June  1909. 
Swinburne:    Personal    Recollectoins.     By    Edmund    Gosse.     (Lit- 
tell's Living  Age)  262:3-17:July  1909. 

Tennyson:  A  Reconsideration  and  Appreciation.  By  Henry  "W. 
Clark.   92:226: Aug.  1909. 

Three  American  Poets  of  Today.  By  May  Sinclair.  86:437: 
Sept.  1906. 

Victorian  Literature.  By  Edward  Dowden.  (Littell's  Living  Age) 
174:101-1 11:July   1910. 

Alfred  de  Vigny  and  Some  Other  English  Poets  on  Nature.  By 
M.  A.  Gerothwohl.    99:690:April   1,   1913. 

Professor  William  Wallace.  By  J.  H.  Muirhead.  67:694-695: 
May  1897. 

George  Frederick  Waits.  By  William  Knight.  82:440-441.449: 
Sept.  1904. 

John  Creenleaf  Whittier.    By  Francis  Gribble.   89: 142: June  1908. 
..Words,  Words,  Words.    By  R.  Y.  Tyrrell.    85:1137:June  1906. 

FORTUNE  AND  MEN'S  EYES 

Editorial.     Independent   53:960: April    1901. 

FORUM 

The  Border  Land  of  Morals.    By  C.  A.  Bartol.   6:194:Oct.  1888. 

The  Byron  Revival.   By  W.  P.  Trent.   26:245-254:Oct.  1898. 

A   Cemiry  of  American  Poetry.    By  Oscar  Lovell  Triggs.    30: 

639: Jan.  1901. 

Chaucer.    By  Ferris  Greenslet.    30:383 :Nov.  1900. 

G.  K.  Chesterton.    By  O.  W.  Firkins.    48:601 : Nov.  1912. 

The  Dark  in  Literature.    By   Richard  Burton.    30: 754-757:  Feb. 

1901. 

The  Dominent  Theme  in  Poetry.    By  Jessie  B.  Rittenhouse.    56: 

342-49:Sept.  1916. 

The  Drama.    By  Clayton  Hamilton.    39:234-35,377-80:Oct.  1907. 


BROWNINGIANA  143 

An  English  Estimate  of  Lo'ucll    By  F.  H.  Farrar.    12:141-152: 

Oct.  1891. 

English  Literature  of  the  Victorian  Age.    By  Frederick  Harriwn. 

16:704.708:Feb.  1894. 

Esoteric  Broitfningism.    By  Andrew  Lang.    6:300-310:Nov.  1888. 

The  Essa}f   as  Mood  and  Form.    By   Richard   Burton.    32:125: 

Sept.  1901. 

A  Few  French  Books  of  Toda\f.    By  W.  P.  Trent.    38:21 1:Oct. 

1906. 

Formative  Influences.   By  F.  H.  Farrar.    10:378:Dec.  1890. 

The  Future  of  Poetry.    By  Charles  Leonard  Moore.    14:768-777: 

Feb.  1893. 

Have  We  Still  Need  of  Poetry?    By  Calvin  Thomas.    25:503- 

512:  July   1898. 

Is  Verse  in  Danger?    By  Edmund  Gosse.    10:517:Jan.  1891. 

Literary  Criticism.    By  F.  W.  Farrar.    9:286:May  1890. 

Literature.    By  Frank  Jewett  Mather,  Jr.    34:226:Oct.   1902;  34: 

89:  July  1902. 

Same.  By  Brander  Matthews.    40:499 :Nov.  1908. 

Literature  in  the  Market  Place.    By  Geo.  E.  Woodberry.    2:654: 

Aug.  1891. 

Literature — Recent  Biography.    By  Herbert  W.  Horwill.    35:73: 

July  1903;  36:555:Jan.  1905. 

Literature:  The  Art  of  Letter  Writing.    By  Herbert  W.  Horwill. 

36:84  :Jan.  1905. 

Lyrical  Poetry  of  the  Neiv  Laureate.   By  William  S'anley  Braith- 

waite.    50:888:Dec.  1913. 

The  Lyric  Year.    By  Charles  Vale.     49:97: Jan.  1913. 

Maying  a  Name   in  Literature.    By  Edmund  Gosse.    8:196:Oct. 

1889. 

Mr.  McCarthys  Reminiscences.    By  W.   P.  Trent.    28:376-379: 

Nov.   1899. 

The  Mission  of  Literature.    By  Theodore  W.  Hunt.    24:510:Jan. 

1898. 

Modern  Social  Religion.    By  Horace  Holley.    55:570:April  1916. 

A  New  Book  on  Matthew  Arnold.    By  W.  P.  Trent.    34:313: 

Oct.   1902. 

New  Light  on  Carlyle.    By  William  Lyon  Phelps.    41:594: June 

1908. 

Ode  for  the   Centenary   of   the  Birth  of  Robert  Browning.    By 

George  Sterling.   49:97-99:Jan.  1913. 

Old  Material  and  New  Plays.    By  Clayton  Hamilton.    41:446: 

May  1909. 

Mr.  Stephen  Phillips  Play.   By  W.  P.  Trent.   29:1 16-1 17:March 

1900. 

The  Philosophy  of  Feminism.    By  George  Burman  Foster.    52:11: 

July  1914. 

Poe  Fifty  Years  After.  By  Edwin  W.  Bowen.  31 :503:June  1901. 

Poetry  and  the  Practical  Man.    By  Harry  L.  Baker.    42:228-34: 

Sept.   1909. 

The  Poetry  of  Rudyard  Kipling.    By  J.  DeLancy  Ferguson.    50: 

397:Sept.  1913. 

The  Poetry  of  the  Earl  of  Lytton.    By  George  Saintsbury.    22: 

478:Dec.  1896. 

Recent  Tribute  to  Longfellow.    By  W.   P.  Trent.    38:557: April 

1907. 


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Relation  of  Drama  to  Literature.   B^  Brander  MatiheUfs.    24:635, 

638,639:  Jan.  1898. 

Social  Verse.    By  Algernon  Charles  Swinburne.    12:170-171  :Ocl. 

1891. 

Special  Article.    By  Elmer  James  Bailey.   40:245-254: Aug.  1908. 

Special  Article.    By  Brian  Hooker.    39:423: Jan.  1908. 

Special  Verse.    By  Algernon  Charles  Swinburne.    43: 130-42: Feb. 

1910. 

Three  American  Poets.    By   Richard  Le   Gallienne.    45:84: Jan. 

1911. 

Count  Leo  Tolstoi.    By  F.  W.  Farrar.    6:110:Oct.  1888. 

Mark  Tv>ain  as  an  Orator.   By  Charles  Vale.  44:4: July  1910. 

Tvfo  Estimates  of  Browning  Based  on  Works  of  Chesterton  and 

Brooke.    By  W.  P.  Trent.    35:294-304:Oct.  1903. 

T\)pes  of  Recent  Biography.    By  William  T.  Brewster.    38:102: 

July   1906. 
FOSS.  S.  WALTER 

A  Neiv  England  Poet  of  the  Common  Life.    Arena  38:159-161: 

Aug.  1908. 
FOSTER.  A.  AUSTIN 

The  Message  of  Robert  Bron>ning.   Hodder  &  Stoughton.     821.88 

Rfm. 
FOSTER.  GEORGE  BURMAN 

The  Philosophy  of  Feminism.    Forum  52:11  :July  1914. 
FOSTER.  NANCY  K. 

A   Word  for  Rossetti.    Poet  Lore  21:4:322-29. 
FOTHERINGHAM.  JAMES 

Studies  of  the  Mind  and  Art  of  Robert  Browning.    Horace  Mar- 
shall &  Son,  London,  England,  1900     821.88  Dfs. 
FOUBLANQUE,  ETHEL  DE  - 

The  Influence  of  Italy  on  the  Poetry  of  Browning.    Fortnightly 

Review  92:327-345: Aug.  2.  1909. 
FOUR  BOOKS  ON  ENGLISH  LITERATURE 

By  Editor.    Outlook  71:1070:Aug.  30.  1902. 
FOUR  GREAT  TEACHERS 

Ruskin,  Carlyle,  Emerson  and  Browning.    By  Joseph  Forster.    Be 

F733. 
FOWLE,  T.  W. 

Morality  and  Immorality.    Two  in  the  Campagna.    Contemporary 

Review  19:675-695:May  1871. 
FOUR  VICTORIAN  POETS 

(Times.)    Littell's  Living  Age  257:244-249  (245.  246). 
FRA  LIPPO.  FLOWER  SONGS  IN 

By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  2:5:262-263. 
FRA  LIPPO  LIPPI 

By  Anderson.     821.88. 

Browning  Study  Programme:  A  Croup  of  Art  Poems,  Old  Pic- 
tures in  Florence,  Fra  Lippo  Lippi,  Andrea  del  Sarto.  By  Char- 
lotte Porter  and  Helen  A.  Clarke.   Poet  Lore  8:8:586-592. 

See  Wright,  Two  Pictures.    In  The  Ceorgetonian  Bound  Volume 

entitled  Baylor  Literary  and  Ceorgetonian.     821.88  Xblg. 
FRA  LIPPO  LIPPI  AND  MR.  SLUDGE 

From  Browning  versus  Browning.    By  Harrison  S.  Morris.    Poel 

Lore  1:9:408-411. 
FRA  MAGAZINE 

Browning  for  Blues.    15:167-168:Sept.  1915. 


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FRAGMENTS  OF  ENGLISH 

By  H.  Carroll.    Baylor  Literary  12:304-305: April   1904. 
PRANCE  AND  ENGLAND.  THE  RELATION  OF 

By   Frances   de    Pressense.    Nineteenth   Century  39: 189-203: Feb. 

1896. 
FRANCISCAN  LITERATURE 

By  Editor.   Edinburgh  Review  199: 145- 168: Jan.  1904. 

FRANCKE.  KUNO  PROF. 

Literature,  the  Leader  of  the  People.    Journal  of  American  His- 
tory 4:20: First  Quarter   1910. 

ERASERS  MAGAZINE 

Robert  Browning.    By  Shirley.    398:240-256: Feb.    1863     821.88 

Dos. 

Past  and  Present  Condition  of  English  Poetry.     (Littell's  Living 

Age)  10:164-179. 

The  Poetry  of  Dante  Cahriel  Rosetti.  By  Thomas  Bayne.  (Lit- 
tell's Living  Age)  152:817-822. 

The  Prophetic  Power  of  Poetry.   By  J.  C.  Shairp.  (Littell's  Living 

Age)  148:259-267. 

Sea  Studies.    By  J.  A.  Froude.    (Littell's  Living  Age)    126:131- 

145. 
FREE  RELIGIOUS  ASSOCIATION,  THE 

Proceedings  at  the  Thirty-Second  Annual  Meeting  held  in  Boston, 

Mass.,  June.  1899.     821.88. 

FREEDOM  TO  WRITE  AND  TO  PRINT 

By  Horace  L.  Traubel.    Poet  Lore  2:10:529-31. 

FREEMAN.  EDWARD  AUGUSTUS 

Mr.  Freeman  at  Home.  By  Delia  Lyman  Porter.  Scribner's  Mag- 
azine 14:61 6  :Nov.  1893. 

FRENCH 

La  Nouvelle  Revue  Francaise,  containing  L'Oeuvre  de  Robert 
Drowning.  By  Andre  Gide,  Paul  Alfassa  and  Gilbert  de  Voisins. 
91:414-416:April   1,   1921. 

Monsieur  Sludge  Le  Medium,  ibid,  pages  417-40l. 
Essais    de    Literature    Anglais.     By    James    Darmesteter.     Robert 
Browning-Herve  Riel  249-267     844.8  D222. 

Expressive  et  Dramatique  en  Angleterre  72-46;  Elizabeth  Brown- 
ing 147-172    844.8  M661. 

La  Poesie  Anglaise  Depuis  Byron.  By  M.  J.  Milsand.  Robert 
Browning  2:661 -689: July  15.  1851;  Elizabeth  Browning  2:339- 
361: Jan.  15.  1852    821.8  M661. 

Lea  Sonnets  du  Portugais,  d'Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning  traduits  en 
yters  francais  avec  preface,  Texte  anglais  en  regarde,  et  notes  par 
Leon  Morel.  Paris:  Librairie  Hachette  &  Cie,  1903.  821.88 
Hspfm. 

Les  Sonnets  Portugais  d'Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning,  traduits  en 
Sonnets  Francais  avec  Notice  Texte  Anglais,  Commentaire  et  Notes 
par  Fernand  Henry.  Librairie  Orientale  et  Americaine,  E.  Guil- 
moto,  Edituer.  Paris.  1905.     821.88  Hspfh. 

Litterature  Anglaise  et  Philosophie.  Robert  Browning  in  La  Poesie 
Menage  de  Poetes.   By  Mary  James  Darmesteter.     821.88  Bmd. 
Andre  del  Sarto.  Oeuvres  completes  d' Alfred  de  Musset.  Comedies 
et  Proverbes.     842.7  M989a. 

Robert  Browning.    Par   Pierre   Berger.     821.88  Brb. 
Same.  Translated  by  Mabel  Moran.    821.88  Bphm. 


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Par  Jame«   Darmesteter.     844.8 
With   autograph   of    Miss 


EsMts   dt  Litterature   Anglaise. 

D222. 

Kaiia.    Par   Le  Comtc   Leon  Tolstoi. 

Sarianna  Browning.     891.73  T654kfh. 

Menage  de  Poeies.    Par  Mary  James  Darmesteter.    La  Revue  de 

Paris,  5  Annee  No.  18,  15  Septembre  1898     821.88  Bmd. 

Some  Points  on  the  Modern  Faith  in  the  Poems  of  Robert  Brown- 
ing. Par  Pierre  Berger.  Translated  by  Bemice  McKinney.     821.88 

Rben. 

La  Vic  et  rOeuvre  d" Elizabeth  Barrett  BroVfning.    Par  Germaine- 

Marie   Merlette. 

Robert  Brotonings   Verhaeltnis  zu  Frankreich  von  Karl  Schmidt. 
FRENCH   ENTHUSIASM   SATIRIZED   IN   BROWNING'S  TWO 

POETS  OF  CROISIC 

By  Herbert  Ernest  Cushman.    Poet  Lore  1 1 :3 :382-95 ;   Reviewed 

in  Review  of  Reviews  20:466:Oct.  1899. 
FRENCH  FRIEND  OF  BROWNING,  JOSEPH  MILSAND.  A 

By  Th.  Bentzon  (Mme.  Blanc).  Scribner's  20: 108- 120: July  1896. 
FRENCH  REGARD  FOR  BROWNING  IN  NOTES  FROM  PARIS 

By  Charles  Seymour.    Poet  Lore  2:2:111-112. 
FRENCH  REVOLUTION,  THE 

Cambridge  History.    By  Henry  E.  Bourne.    Dial  37:1 62-4  :Sepl. 

16,  1904. 
FRENCH  SATIRIST  IN  ENGLAND,  A 

By  Edmund  Gossc.    Edinburgh  Review  21 9:327-346: April   1914. 
FRENCH  STUDY  OF  BURNS,  A 

Blackw.    Littell's  Living  Age  198:735-43. 
FRENCH  TRAITS:  SOCIAL  INSTINCT 

By  W.  C.  Brownell.   Scribner's  Magazine  2:106-1 18:July  1887. 
FRISWELL,  JAMES  HAIN 

Modem  Men  of  Letters.    (Honestly  Criticised.)    Robert  Broipning 

119-131     820.1  F918m. 

Elizabeth  B.  Browning.  //  Thou  Mu^  Love  Me.  Current  Opinion 

34:471:  April  1903. 
FROM  GHENT  TO  AIX 

By  W.  L.  Rolfe.    Poet  Lore  4:6-7:378-80. 

By  M.  W.  P.   Current  Opinion  34:2:200:Feb.  1903. 
FROM  HIGHWAYS  AND  BYWAYS 

A  Period  Without  Great  Men  of  Letters.   Chautauquan  61 :  15-1 7: 

Dec.  1910. 
FROM  THE  LAND  OF  LETTERS 

By  Thomas  F.  Plowman.    (Comhill.)    Littell's  Living  Age  288: 

598-609. 
FROM  THE  PERSONALITIES 

Athenaeum.    Independent  42: 176: Feb.  6,  1890. 
FROUDE,  JAMES  ANTHONY 

By  Augustine  Birrell.   Scribner's  Magazine  17: 149-1 53: Feb.  1895. 

Sea  Studies.    Eraser's.    Littell's  Living  Age  126:131-145. 
FROWDE.  HENRY 

Books  Received.    (Advertisement.)    Literary  Digest  31 :  1002: Dec. 

30,  1905. 
FRUIT.  JOHN  PHELPS 

The  Rationale  of  the  Short  Story  According  to  Poe.    Poet  Lore 

16:1:57-65. 

FULLER  CRITICAL  WORKS  OF.  MARGARET 

By  Carolyn  B.  La  Monte.    Poet  Lore  7:10:477-87. 


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BROWNINGIANA  147 

FULLER.  S.  MARGARET 

Papers  on  Literature  and  Art.  Miss  Barrett's  Poems  2:198-206, 

BroJDning's  Poems  207-221     814. 
FULLERS  PERMANENT  INFLUENCE,  MARGARET 

By  Kenyon  West.    Poet  Lore   7:8-9:377-388. 
FUNCTION  OF  POETS,  THE 

By    Museus.     Contemporary    Review    95:l-5:May    1909:Literary 

Supplement   No.  20. 
FUNDAMENTAL   RELIGIOUS   PRINCIPLES   IN   BROWNINGS 

POETRY 

By  W.  D.  Weatherford.     821.88  Rwf. 

FUNERAL,  AT  BROWNING'S 

By  Kineton  Parkes.    Igdrasil  109:  March  1890. 

FUNERAL  OF  BROWNING 

Notes  and  Neii>s.    Poet  Lore  2:1:55: 

FUNK.  ISAAC 

A    Standard    Dictionary)    of    the    English    Language.     Athenaeum 
3493:451 -452  :Oct.  6.  1894. 

FURNIVALL.  FREDERICK  J. 

A  Bibliography  of  BroD>ning  1833-1881.    Alphabetical  list  of  his 

boolfs,   D>ith   reprints  of  discontinued  prefaces,  of  Ben  Karshool('s 

Wisdom,  partial  collation  of  Sordello,  1840  and  Paracelsus  1835. 

1863,  etc.,  r»ith  Trial  lists  of  the  criticisms  on  Browning,  Personal 

notes  of  him.    London  Browning  Society  Papers   1:21-115. 

A  Bibliography  of  Robert  Broivning.    Reviewed  in  Poet  Lore   1  : 

11:533. 

Additions  to  the  Bibliograph\f  of  Robert  Broi»ning:  I,  Browning's 

Active  Plays;  2,  Fresh  Entries  of  Criticisms  on  Browning's  IVor^s: 

3,  Fresh  Personal  Notices  of  Browning:  4,  Notes  on  Browning's 

Poems  and  My  Bibliography;  5,  Short  Index.    London  Browning 

Society  Papers  2 : 1 1 7- 1 70. 

Browning  Club  and  Finance.    Munsey's  26:150:Oct.   1901. 

Robert  Browning's  Ancestors.    London   Browning  Society  Papers 

12:26-45    821.88  Dbs. 

Foretal^.    London  Browning  Society  Papersl  :3-4.    A   Reprint  of 

Browning's  Introductory   Essays   to   the   (25   spurious)   Letters   of 

Perc\}   Bysshe   Shelley    1852.    London    Browning   Society   Papers 

1:5-20    821.88  Dbs. 

Forewords  to  Robert  Browning's  Prose  Life  of  Strafford,  with  an 

Introduction.    By  C.  H.  Firth.     821.88  Hsf. 

A   Grammatical   Analysis   of    O   Lyric  Love.    London   Browning 

Society  Papers  9:165-168     821.88  Dbs. 

Recollections  in  Pall  Mall  Budget  1108:1626     821.88  Xpmb. 

A  Record.    Robert  Browning  63-72     B  F989pr. 

FUTURE  OF  AMERICAN  LITERATURE.  THE 

By  Bliss  Perry.    Baylor  Literary  17:1 19-123 :Jan.  1909. 

FUTURE  OF  FICTION.  THE 

By  Mr.  Hemendra   Prasad   Ghose.     (Hind.   R.)     Littell's   Living 
Age  268:154-159. 

FUTURE  OF  POETRY.  THE 

By  Charles   Leonard    Moore.     Forum    14:768-77: Feb.    1893. 

FYVIE.  JOHN 

H^alter  Savage   Landor.     (Temp.   B.)     Littell's  Living  Age  206: 
3-12. 


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19:6:764- 


1912. 


Poet  Lore   13:2:281-86. 
CRAFT 
Atlantic  Monthly  90:559-63  :Nov. 


1902. 


G. 

Mr.   BroToningi   Laleat   Poems.     Christian    Spectator    44-57: Jan. 

1865    821.88  Dip. 
GABRIEL.  VIRGINIA 

See  Music. 
GALAXY 

A  Light  Man.    By  Henry  James,  Jr.    8:49: July  1869. 

The  Poet  of  the  Opaque.    By  Junius  Henri  Browne. 

774: June  1875. 
GALSWORTHY.  JOHN 

Vague  Thoughts  on  Art.  Atlantic  Monthly  109:567-568: Jan. 
GALSWORTHY.  MRS.  JOHN 

See  Music. 
GALTON.  ARTHUR 

Urhana  Scripta,  Studies  of  Five  Living  Poets.    Mr.  Browning  59- 

76    821.04  G181. 
GANGEWER.  MARGARET  H. 

Who  Was   Browning's   The  Lost  Leader?    American  Notes  and 

Queries  2:23:270-272: April  6.  1889. 
GANNETT.  WILLIAM  CHANNING 

Nothing  But  a  Poet.    Homage  to  Robert  Broivning,  Aleph  Tan- 
ner 73     821.88  Xht. 

School  of  Literature. 
GARDEN  AND  GARDEN 

By  Frances  Duncan. 
GARDINER.  SAMUEL  R. 

Introduction  to  Strafford:  A   Traged}f.    By  Robert  Browning  with 

notes  and  preface  by  E.  H.  Hickey.   George  Bell  &  Sons,  London. 

1892.  821.88  Hsh. 
GARNETT.  RICHARD 

Poems  by  Robert  Browning  with  an  introduction  by  Richard  Gar- 

nett  and  illustrations  by  Byam  Shaw.     821.88  Ggb. 

Recollections  of  Coventry  Partmore.  (Sat.  R.)  Littel's  Living  Age 

212:61-64. 
GAUDEAMUS:  SONGS  FOR  COLLEGES  AND  SCHOOLS 

By  John  Farmer.    Belonging  to  Sariana  Browning  and  containing 

the  latter's  autograph.     734.8  F233g. 
GEISTWEIT.  WILLIAM  HENRY 

Korce  of  Spring.    Service  2:145-1 48 :May  1905. 
GENIUS  AND  STATURE 

By  Havelock  Ellis.    Nineteenth  Century  42:87-95: July   1897. 
GENIUS.  FAME.  AND  COMPARISON  OF  RACES 

By  Charles  H.   Cooley.    Annals   of   American  Academy   9:317- 

558:  May  1897. 
GENIUS.  LITERARY 

By  J.  E.  G.  De  Montmorency.    Contemporary  Review  100:1  :429- 

434:Sept.  191 1  :Literary  Supplement  48. 
GENIUS  OF  CHRISTINA  ROSSETTI.  THE 

Literary  Digest  28:804: June  4.  1904.    In  Letters  and  Art  Section 
GENIUS  OF  DICKENS.  THE 

By  George  Barlow.   Contemporary  Review  94: 542-562:  Nov.  1908. 
GENIUS  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING,  NOTES  ON 

By  Jamef  Thoinson.  London  Browning  Society  Papers  2:239-250, 


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GENIUS,  ON  THE  DEVEOLPMENT  OF  BROWNING'S.  IN  HIS 

CAPACITY  AS  A  POET  OR  MAKER 

By  J.  T.  Nettleship.   London  Browning  Society  Papers  8:55-77. 
GENTEEL  AMERICAN  POETRY 

By  George  Sanlayana.   New  Republic  3:94-95:May  29.  1915. 
GENTLEMAN'S  MAGAZINE 

The    Gladstone-Browning    Controversy.     By    Richard    E.    Crook. 

Litlell's  Living  Age  246:626-630. 

Reminiscences  of  a  Behar  Planter.    By  Donald  N.  Reid.    (Lit- 

tell's  Living  Age)  208:632-638. 
GENTLER  VIEW.  THE 

BroTvning  and  the  Lost  Cor^.   By  Florida  Pier.    Harper's  Weekly 

54:2777 :27:March  12.  1910. 
GENUNG.  JOHN  FRANKLIN 

The  Idylls  and  the  Ages.   A  Valuation  of  Tennyson's  Idylls  of  the 

King.    Elucidated  in  Part  by  Coomparisons  between  Tennyson  and 

Browning.     821.88  Eiag. 
GEORGE.  A.  J. 

Select  Poems   of  Robert  BroToning.    Arranged   in   Chronological 

Order,  with  Biographical  and  Literary  Notes.     821.88  Ggl. 

Book    Notices:    Select   Poems    of   Robert   Browning.     Education 

Magazine  26:309-31 4  :Sept.  1905-June  1906. 

Selected  Poems  of  Browning.   Reviewed.    Independent  59:2:1350: 

Dec.  7.  1905. 

The  Optimism  of  Browning  and  IVordsworth.    Boston  Browning 

Society  Papers  306-333     821.88  Vbp. 
GEORGE.  HEREFORD  B. 

Browning's  Strafford.    Edited  by.    821.88  Hsg. 
GEORGETONIAN 

Two  Pictures,  Founded  on  Fra  Lippo.    By  Arkley  B.  Wright. 

1 1  :June  191 1.  An  Incident  in  the  Life  of  Napoleon,  by  Lewis  M. 

Bratcher.    The  Portrait  of  the  Last  Duchess,  by  Cornelia  Black- 
burn.    821.88  Xblg. 
GERDEN.  F.  C. 

Auf  Einem  Ballon,  In  Einer  Condol.   Die  Deutsche  Uebertragung 

Dieser  Dichtungen  Besorgte.    Die  Zeichnungen  Des  Titelrahmens 

Und  Des  Einbaudes  Sind  von  Walter  Tiemann.     821.88  Hibg. 

Die   Tragoedie  Einer  Seele.    Die  Deutsche  Uebertragung  Dieser 

Dichtungen    Besorgte.     Die   Zeichnungen    Des    Titelrahmens    Und 

Des  Einbaudes  Sind  von  Walter  Tiemann.     821.88  Htsg. 

Browning,    Robert.     Von    Emil    Koeppel.     Mitdem    Blidnis    des 

Dichters. 

Englische  Dichter.    Von  Rudolf  Kassner. 

Pippa    Geht   Voriiher    Robt.     Browning.      Deutsch     von     Henry 

Heiseler. 

Robert  Browning  Verhaltnis.    Zu  Frankreich  von  Karl  Schmidt. 

Robert    Browning.     Die    Heimfehr    der    Drusen    Fine    Tragodie. 

Deutsch  von  Edmund  Ruete. 

GERMAN  EDITIONS  OF  POEMS 

Ausgewaehlte-Cedichte.    Von   Robert   Browning.    Ueberselzl   von 

Edmund    Ruete,    Verlag    von    M.    Heinsius    Nachfolger.     821.88 

Gspr. 

Die  Belesenheit  von  Robert  Louis  Steveneson  mit  Hinweisen  auf 

die  Quellen  seiner  Werke.   By  Kurt  Mandel.     804  M271. 

Der   Handschuh   und   andere   Cedichte,   Bremen,    1897.    821.88 

Gspr. 


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Auf  eimcn  Balloon:  En  einer  Condol.  By  F.  C.  Gerden.  821.88 
Hbg. 

Die  Tragodie  Einer  SeeU.  By  F.  C.  Gerden.     821.88  Htsg. 
Luria.    By   Robert   Browning.    Eine  Tragodie   aus   der   Zeit  der 
italienischen   Renaissance.    Von  Edmund  Ruete.     821.88  Hlur. 
Paracelsus.    821.88  Hpag. 

The  Ring  and  The  Boo^.    By  Robert  Browning.    Eine  Interpreta- 
tion  von  Helene   Meyer-Franck,   Goettingen,    1912,   Otto   Hapke, 
Verlag.     821.88  Hrmg. 
Same.    Translated  by  Estelle  Baarron.    821.88  rilrm  EB. 

GERMAN  STAGE.  THE 

By  W.  Holman  Hunt.  Edinburgh  Review  204:447-467:Oct.  1906. 

GEROUSIOS  OINOS 

Poem  by  Robert  Browning.    Century  87:889: April   1914. 

GEROTHWOHL,  M.  A. 

Alfred  de  Vigne^  and  Some  Other  English  Poets  on  Nature.  Fort- 
nightly Review  99:689-701: April  1913. 

Alfred  de  Vigne^  on  Genius  and  Woman.  Fortnightly  Review  99: 
94-111:Jan.  1913. 

English  and  French  Attitude  Toward  Poetry.  Fortnightly  Review 
97:940-959:May    1912. 

GHOSE.  HEMENDRA  PRASAD 

The  Future  of  Fiction.   Littell's  Living  Age  268:154-159. 

GIBSON.  JOHN  MONRO 

Introduction  and  Notes  to  Pomegranates  From  An  English  Garden: 
A  Selection  From  The  Poems  of  Robert  Browning.  Chautauqua 
Press.  New  York.  1885     821.88  Gpeg. 

GIDE.  ANDRE.  ET  AL 

VOeuvre  de  Robert  Browning  La  Nouvelle  Re\>ue  Francaise  91 

New  Series  414-416:April   1921. 
GILBERT.  ARIADNE 

Through  Failure  to  Success.  St.  Nicholas  40:1  :  130- 138: Nov.  1912. 

GILBERT.  JOSIAH 

Asolando.   Athenaeum  3246:51  :Jan.  11.  1890. 

GILDER.  RICHARD  WATSON 

Jocoseria.   Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  84     821.88 

Xht. 

Romance    of   the    Nineteenth    Century.     Century    70:91 8-927  :Oct. 

1905. 

Same.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner   131      821.88 

Xht. 

The  Twelfth  of  December,  1889.    Editorial.    Literary  World  21 : 

3:40:Feb.   1,   1890     821.88  Xmal. 

GILDERSLEEVE.  B.  L. 

Classics  and  College.    Princeton  Review  108:67 -95: July  1878. 

GILES.  EDITH 

Browning's  Song  From  Pippa  Passes.  (In  American  Primary 
Teacher.)    Emerson  College  Magazine  20:3: 146- 150: Jan.  1912. 

GILFILLAN.  GEORGE 

James  Monlgomer\f.    (Tait's.)    Littell's  Living  Age   11:57:60. 
GILLIES.  J.  R. 

Some    Great    Nineteenth    Centur\f    Preachers    (Browning    24-32). 

Five  sermons  preached  in  Trinity  Presbyterian  Church.  Hampstead. 

Printed  for  Private  Circulation.     821.88  Rxl. 


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BROWNINGIANA  151 

GINGERICK,  SOLOMON  F. 

IVordsntorih,  Tennyson,  and  Brontning;  A  Siudjf  in  Human  Free- 
dom. Chapter  IX,  Bron>mng  and  His  Times;  Chapter  X,  Brol»n- 

ing.   Passion   and    Will;    Chapter   XI,    BroVfning,  Freedom   and 

Transcendentalism;  Chapter  XII,  BroVfning,  Art  and  Liberalism. 

821.88  G492s. 
GIRL  WITH  THE  BLUE  EYES,  THE 

By   Anna    Catherine    Markham.     Homage    to    Robert   Broi»ning, 

Aleph  Tanner  76     821.88  Xhl. 
GIVE  A  ROUSE 

Current  Literature  29:333:Sept.   1900. 

See  Music. 
GLADDEN.  WASHINGTON 

Poetic  Outlook.    Century  31  :316-3l8:Dec.   1885. 
GLADNESS  AND  GROWTH.  SONGS  OF 

By  James  L.  Hughes.    To  a  Browning  Poem  115     821.88  H893. 
GLADSTONE  AND  DISRAELI,  STORY  OF 

Poet  Lore  11:1:1 56.    (Appeared  in  Blackwoods.) 
GLADSTONE-BROWNING  CONTROVERSY,  THE 

By  Richard  E.  Crook.   Gentlemen's  Magazine.  Littell's  Living  Age 

246:626-630:Sept.  2,  1905. 
GLADSTONE'S  LIBRARY  AT  ST.  DEINIOL'S  HA  WARDEN 

By  Mary  Drew.    Nineteenth  Century  59 :944-954 : June  1906. 
GLANCE  AT  SOME  OF  STEDMAN'S  WORK.  A 

By  Mary  J.  Reid.   Literary  Digest  10:341 -342: Jan.  19.  1895. 
GLAZEBROOK.  MRS.  M.  G. 

Numpholeptos  and  Browning's  Women.   London  Browning  Society 

Papers  2 :372-379     821 .88  Dbs. 

Same.  Berdoe's  Browning  Studies  195-203     821.88  VIbs. 

A  Death  in  the  Desert.   London  Browning  Society  Papers  9:153- 

164    821.88  Dbs. 

Same.  Berdoe's  Browning  Studies  226-236    821.88  Vlbs. 
GLEN.  JANET  BROWNELL 

Great  Schools  of  Painting.   Chautauquan  63:1 63-202  ;July  1911. 
GLIMPSE  OF  FROUDE  AT  HOME,  A 

By  Mrs.  Alexander  Ireland.  Literary  Digest  10:490:Feb.  23.  1895. 
GLIMPSES  OF  THOMAS  CARLYLE 

By  Percy  Fitzgerald.   Contemporary  Review.    Littell's  Living  Age 

278:216-223. 
GLORIOUS  ROBERT  BROWNING 

By  Emily  Hickey.    Nineteenth  Century.    Littell's  Living  Age  271  : 

270-283. 
GLOVE,  THE 

By  Robert  Browning.    Rising  Generation  37:3:74-75;   37:4:114- 

115;  37:5:135-136;  37:6:180;  37:7:199-200     821.88  Xmrg. 

Translated  into  Japanese. 

Der  Handschuh  und  andere  Cedichte,  Bremen,  1897     821.88  Gspr. 
GOD 

See  Revell. 
GOD  IS  WHERE  MAN  IS 

By  Chas.  Woodbury.    Twentieth  Century  1 :358:Jan.  1910. 

GOEWEY,  MRS.  JAMES  M. 

Descriptive  catalogue  of  the  CoeweXf  Collection  of  Browning. 
1897-1898,  together  with  an  introduction  paper  read  before  the 
San  Francisco  Browning  Society.  John  Henry  Nash,  Publisher, 
San  Francisco,  1897.     821.88  Xgp. 


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By  Robert  Browning.    1864.    First  edition. 


Con- 


GOLD  HAIR 

A  Legend  of  Pornic 
821.88  Hghm. 

Atlantic  Monthly  13  :596-599:May  1864. 
See  Introduction  to  Poems  Arthur  Upson. 
GOLDEN  ROAD 

By  Lilian  Whiting.    Presentation  copy  from  Miss  Whiting, 
tains  autograph  of  Miss  Whiting.    (2  copies.)     804  W559g. 
GOLDEN  THOUGHTS  FROM   GOLDEN  FOUNTAINS 

With  inscription:  To  Lily  Benzon  (because  of  a  poem  in  it  about 
doves)  from  her  afFectionately.    Robert  Browning.     808  G618. 
GOOD  AMERICAN  POETS 

Editorial.    Independent  70:1:100. 
GOOD  CHEER 

Poets  Who   Were  Laughed  At.    By  Hezekiah  Butterworth.    1:4: 

Nov.  1900. 
GOOD  TASTE 

By  Augustine  Birrel.    Scribner's  Magazine  17:120:Jan.  1895. 
GOOD  TO  FORGIVE 

See  Music. 
GOOD  WORDS 

Browning  as  a  Religious    Teacher.    By   R.   H.   Hutton.    Littell't 

Living  Age  1 84:2385:660-665:  March  15.  1890. 

A   Memorable   Art   Class.    By  Thomas   Sulman.    Littell's  Living 

Age  214:889-893. 

Victorian  Literature.   By  Andrew  Lang.   Littell's  Living  Age  212: 

753-758. 
GOODELL.  THOMAS  DWIGHT 

Shall  We  Still  Read  Creek  Tragedy?    Atlantic  Monthly  81:474- 

483:  April  1898. 
GOODRICH-FREER.  G. 

Robert  Bror»ning,  the  Musician.   Nineteenth  Century.    Littell's  Liv- 
ing Age  229:803-811. 

Same.  Eclectic  Magazine  137:174-182. 
GORDON.  GEORGE  A. 

Emerson  as  a  Religious  Influence.    Atlantic  Monthly  91 : 577-87: 

Jan.  1903. 
GOSPEL  OF  WORK.  THE 

The  Erudite.    140: July    1902. 
GOSSE,  EDMUND 

The  Agony  of  the    Victorian  Age 

296:Oct.   1918. 

By   Philip   James    Bailey.     Eclectic    Magazine    140:218-231  :Feb. 

1903. 

Robert  Brorvning.    Critic  890:3 15:20: Jan.   11.   1890.    See  Maga- 
zine Article  No.   1.     821.88  Xman. 

Robert  BroVfning;  In  Memoriam.    New  Review.    Littell's  Living 

Age  184:372  375  :Feb.  8.  1890. 

Robert  Broivning  Personalia.     (First  Edition.)    Two  Copies.    T. 

Fisher   Unwin.   26   Paternoster   Square,   London,   England,    1890. 

821.88  Dpg. 

Same.   (Reprint.)    Houghton.  Mifflin  &  Co.,  The  Riverside  Press, 

Cambridge,  1895.     821.88  Dpg. 

Same.  Independent  42:461: April  3.  1890. 

Same.   (Reviewed.)      Nassau    Literary    Magazine    46:2: 133: June 

1890. 

Same.  Poet  Lore  2:6:321. 


Edinburgh  Review  228:276- 


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Earljf   Writings  of   Robert  Broii>ning.    Century  23 : 1 89-200 :Dec. 

1881. 

A  Forgotten  Rival  of  Tennyson  and  Broivning.    Literary  Digest 

18:458-459:  April  22.  1899. 

A  French  Satirist  in  England.    Edinburgh  Review  219:327-346: 

April  1914. 

Hardy  s   Lyrical  Poems.    Edinburgh   Review   227 :272-293 : April 

19118. 

How  One  of  Mrs.  Droivning's  Boolfs  Was  Named.   Literary  Digest 

10:493  :Feb.  23.   1895. 

Influence  of  Democracy  on  Literature.    Contemporary  Review  59: 

523-36:April  1891. 

The  Influence  of  Victor  Hugo.    Cosmopolitan  Magazine  32:633: 

April   1902. 

Is  Verse  in  Danger.^    Forum  10:51 7 :Jan.  1891. 

King  Eri}(.   A  Tragedy.   With  an  Introductory  Essay  by  Theodore 

Watts.   Dedicated  to  Robert  Browning,  containing  poem  To  Robert 

Bron>ning.     821.8  G678. 

To  Robert  Broivning.    Homage  to  Robert  Broi»ning,  Aleph  Tan- 
ner 60    821.88  Xht. 

Life  of  Browning  in  Dictionary  of  National  Biography.    Supple- 
ment 1 :306  ff. 

Lord  De  Tabley,  A  Portrait.   Contemporary  Review.   Littell's  Liv- 
ing Age  208:346-357. 

Edward  Bulwer-Lylton.    Fortnightly  Review   1 00: 1033-1 046 :Dec. 

1913. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  280:3-13. 

Making  a  Name  in  Literature.    Forum  8:196:Oct.  1889. 

New  Editions  of  Tennyson  and  Browning.   Sketch  8:101 :437:Jan. 

2.  1895    821.88. 

On  Taste  in  Poetry  and  the  Fate  of  M.  Sully  Prudhomme.   Con- 
temporary Review  92:l-6:Dec.   1907:Literary  Supplement  No.  3. 

Personal  Notes  by.    Athenaeum  3268: 767-769: June  14.  1890. 

The  Revival  of  Poetic  Drama.    Atlantic  Monthly  90: 156-66: July 

1902. 

SmarCs  Song  to  David.   Independent  39:2:935-6: July  28.  1887. 

Some  Soldier  Poets.   Edinburgh  Review  226:296-31 6 :Oct.  1917. 

Swinburne.    Fortnightly  Review  91:1037:June  1909. 

Swinburne:  Personal  Recollections.    Fortnightly  Review.    Littell's 

Living  Age  262:3-17. 

Mr.  Swinburne's  Posthumous  Poems.    Contemporary  Review  112: 

106- 107: July  1917:Literary  Supplement. 

Temple   Library — Poetical    Worlds    of    Thomas   Lowell   Beddoes. 

Athenaeum  3296:879-881  : Dec.  27.  1890. 

Ten  Years  of  English  Literature.  Literary  Digest  15:52 1-522: Aug. 

28.  1897. 

Tennyson  I.    Littell's  Living  Age  195:707-718. 

War  Poetry  in  France.   Reference  to  Sonnets  from  the  Portuguese. 

Edinburgh  Review  222: 78-97: July  1915. 

Lord  De   Tabley.    Contemporary  Review  69 :84-99 : Jan.    1896. 
GOSSE.  THE  POEMS  OF  EDMUND 

By  A.  Noyes.    Fortnightly  Review  98: 297-303: Aug.   1912. 
GOSSIP.  LITERARY 

Athenaeum  3091 :  130- 131  :Jan.  22.   1887;  3121 :245-246: Aug.  20. 

1887;  3133:641.642:Nov.  12. 1887;3146:18M82:Feb.  11.  1838; 

3149:214-215:Feb.  18,  1888;  3187:700-701  :Nov.  24. 1888;  3205: 


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411-412:Nov.  30.  1889;  3343:688-689:Nov.  21.  1891;  3767:19: 

Jan.  6.  1900;  3791 :787-788: June  23.  1900;  3833 :468-469 : April 

13.  1901;  3874:1 17-1 18:Jan.  25.  1902;  3891  :661  :March  24. 

1902;  3901:160-161:Aug.  2.  1902;  3910:454-455:Oct.  4.  1902; 

3930:241.243:Feb.  21.  1903;  3943:659-660: May  23.  1903;  3957: 

291-292:Aug.  29.  1903;  3967:61 7-61 8 :Nov.  7.  1903;  4000:820- 

822:June  25.  1904;  4015:485-486:Oci.  8.  1904;  4087:234-235: 

Feb.  24.  1906;  4119:408-410:Oct.  6.  1906;  41 28: 738-739: Dec. 

8.  1906;  4135:104-105:Jan.  28.  1907;  4202:476-477: May  9, 

1908;  4411:536:May  11.  1912. 
GOUDY,  FRED  AND  BERTHA 

Browning's    Rabbi    Den    Ezra.     A     Dramatic     Monologue.     \  alf 

Vellum  Printed  by  hand  at   the  Village  Press.   Hingland.  Mass. 

Frontispiece  and  Decorations  Designed  and  cut  on  wood  by  Will 

Dwiggins.   1904.    821.88. 
GOUDY.  F.  W.  AND  W.  A.  DWIGGINS 

Designs  for  In  a  Balcony,  by  Robert  Browning.    Introduction  by 

Laura  McAdoo  Triggs.     821.88  Hib. 
GOULD.  ELIZABETH  PORTER 

Robert  BroTuning.    Homage   to  Robert  Drotifning,  Aleph  Tanner 

127    821.88  Xht. 

The  Brojvnings  and  America.     821.88  Kgab  (Copy  1). 

Same.  The  Poet  Lore  Co..  Boston,  Mass.     821 .88  Kgab  (Copy  2). 

One's  Self  I  Sing  and  Other  Poems.   From  the  Browning  Library. 

811  G696. 

Room  in  Westminster  for  Mrs.  Browning.   Literary  Digest  1 1 :373: 

July  27.  1895. 
GOULD.  GEORGE  M. 

Biographic  Clinics,  containing  De  Quincy.  Carlyle.  Darwin,  Hux- 
ley and  Browning.    Brorvning  1:5:125-137     612.8453  G696b. 
GOURMON 

Browningiana.  Athenaeum  3607:838: Dec.  12.  1896. 
GRADUATE  CLASSES 

C.  L.  S.  C.  Class  Direction   1882-1909.    Editorial.    Chautauquan 

42:184-187:Oct.  1905. 
GRAHAM.  CHAS.  LETCHER 

BroJvning's  Debt  to  Italian  Sources.   Thesis  in  Department  of  Eng- 
lish. Georgetown  College.     821.88  Pjm. 
GRAHAM.  J.  J.  G. 

The  Wife-Love  and  Friend-Love  of  Robert  Broit>ning.    Berdoe'i 

Browning  Studies  204-224     821.88  Vlbs. 

Same.  London  Browning  Society  Papers  11 :380-400     821.88  Dbi. 
GRAMMARIAN'S  FUNERAL 

By  W.  F.  Revell.    Browning  Notes  30-37     821.88  Pjm. 

Same.  Notes  to  the  Pocket  Volume  of  Selections  from  the  Poems 

of  Robert  Browning,  by  Alex  Hill.  30-37     821.88  Dhn. 

By  Susan  Cunnington.    Studies  in  Browning  95-115    821.88Gsac. 
GRAMMATICAL  ANALYSIS  OF  O  LYRIC  LOVE.  A 

By  F.  J.  Furnivall.    London  Browning  Society  Papers  9:165-168 

821.88  Bbs. 
GRANT,  PERCY  STICKNEY 

Browning's  Art  in  Monologue.    Boston  Browning  Society  Paperi 

35-66    821.88  Vbp. 

GRATITUDE.  A  FESTIVAL  OF 

Robert  Browning.   Syracuse  Browning  Centenary  Celebration  May 
7,  1812-May  7.  1912.    821.88  Xfg. 


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GRATZ,  R.  J. 

The  Journe\f  of  Childe  Roland.    Poet  Lore  2:11  :578-85. 
GRAY.  MAXWELL 

Robert  Broivnings  Death.    The  Forest  Chapel  70-74     821.88. 

The   Woman  of  L-^ric  Love.    Eclectic    Magazine   45:88-96: Jan. 

1897. 
GREAT  ENGLISH  POETS 

By  Julian  Hill.  Robert  Browning  293-303     BC  P745ech. 
GREAT  MEN  OF  LETTERS.  A  PERIOD  WITHOUT 

From  Highways  and  B\fi»ays.   Chautauquan  61 :15-17:Dec.  1910. 
GREAT  MEN  OF  MIXED  RACES 

By  Lyndon  Orr.   Scrap  Book  6:309-31 7: Aug.  1908. 
GREAT  POET  IN  HER  PRIME.  A 

Reminiscences  of  the  days  xohen  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning  was 

Living  and   Writing.    By  Thomas  Wentworth   Higginson.    Book 

News  24:283:457-459: March  1906:  Mag.  Articles  No.  6    821.88 

Xma. 
GREAT  POETS  AND  THEIR  THEOLOGY,  THE 

By  Augustus  Hopkins  Strong.   373-447     808.1  S923g. 
GREAT  POETS  OR  GREAT  POEMS 

By  W.  H.  Caruth.    Poet  Lore   17:2:78-85. 
GREAT  SCHOOLS  OF  PAINTING 

By  Janet  Brownell  Glen.    Chautauquan  63: 163-202: July   1911. 
GREAT  TESTIMONY 

(Against  Scientific  Cruelty.)    By  Stephen  Coleridge.     174.9  G693. 
GREAT  THOUGHTS  AND  CHRISTIAN  GRAPHIC 

Robert  Browning.    6:142:138-141  :Sept.  18.   1896     821.88  Xman. 
GREAT  TWIN  BRETHREN:  TENNYSON  AND  BROWNING 

By  Edward  Mortimer  Chapman.    English  Literature  in  Account 

with  Reilgion  349-393    821.88  Ret. 
GREATER   ENGLISH   POETS   OF   THE    NINETEENTH   CEN- 
TURY 

By  W.  M.  Payne.     821.01   P346g. 

Same.  Athenaeum  421 8:232: Aug.  29,  1908. 
GREATER  VICTORIAN  POETS.  THE 

Books  selected  by  Thomas  Bailey  Aldrich.    Robert  Browning  61- 

74,  123-126    821.04  B724. 
GREATEST  BOOKS  OF  THE  CENTURY.  THE 

By  Editor.   Literary  Digest  21 :797:Dec.  29.  1900. 

By  Thomas  W.  Higginson.    Outlook  66:804: Dec.  I,   1900. 

By  Wm.  DeWitl  Hyde.    Outlook  66:801 -802: Dec.   1.   1900. 
GREATHEART 

(To  Robert  Browning.)    By  Amelia  Josephine  Burr.    Homage  to 

Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  24     821.88  Xht. 
GREEK 

See   Aristophanes'   Apology,   Balaustions   Adventure.    See   Cum- 

mings.  Lawlon. 
GREEK  ANTHOLOGY.  THE 

By  Herbert  Paul.    Nineteenth  Century  61 :629-637: April  1907. 
GREEK  CHRISTIAN  POETS  AND  THE  ENGLISH  POETS,  THE 

By   Elizabeth   Barrett    Browning.     (First   Edition.)     Chapman   & 

Hall,  London,  1863.    821.88  Egcp. 

GREEK  DRAMA.  BROWNING  AND  THE 

By  A.  S.  Wilkins.    Manchester  Quarterly  8:377-390:Oct.  1883. 
GREEK  LITERATURE.  ENGLISH  POEMS  ON 

By  James  Richard  Jay.    Chautauquan  17:272-273: June  1893. 


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By  Charles  W.  Peppier.    South  Atlantic  Quarterly   13:143:April 

1914. 
GREEK  LITERATURE,  WOMEN  IN 

By  Emily  F.  Wheeler.    Chautauquan  16:534 :Feb.  1893. 
GREEK  SPIRIT  IN  SHELLEY  AND  BROWNING,  THE 

By  Vida  D.  Scudder.    Boston  Browning  Society  Papers  438-470 

821.88  Vbp. 
GREENAWAY.  KATE 

Illustrated.    The  Pied  Piper  of  Hamelin.    By  Robert  Browning. 

Frederick  Warne  &  Co.,  London,  England.     821.88  Hppg. 
GREENE.  B.  A. 

Influence  of  the  Authorized  Version  on  English  Literature.  Biblical 

World  37:391-401  :June  1911. 
GREENLAW.  EDWIN 

Required  Work  in  Literature  for  Undergraduates.    English  Journal 

7:292:May  1918. 
GREENOUGH,  CHESTER  NOYES 

An  Experiment  in  the  Training  of  Teachers  of  Composition.    Eng- 
lish Journal  2:116:Feb.   1913. 
GREENSLET.  FERRIS 

Cftauccr.    Forum  30:383  :Nov.   1900. 

New   Lights   on   Drowning.    Atlantic    Monthly   92:418-423  :Sepl. 

1903. 

A  Propaganda  for  Poetry^.    Poet  Lore  11:1 :41-54. 

A  Scholarl})  Essay^ist  Latest  Work.    Dial  39:277:Nov.  1,  1905. 
GREENWELX.  DORA 

Poems,  To  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning  in  1851  192;   To  Elizabeth 

Barrett  Browning  in  1861,  193     821.8  G816. 
GREENWELL,  DORA,  HER  POEMS 

By  D.  G.  McChesney.    Fortnightly  Review  86:262:Aiig.   1906. 

GREETING  TO  BROWNING  LOVERS,  A 

By  Ruth  Baldwin  Chenery.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph 
Tanner  56     821.88  Xht. 

GREGG.  F.  M. 

Social  Hygiene.  Education  Magazine  33:100-104:Sept.  1912- 
June  1913. 

GREGORY.  E.  C. 

See  Music. 

GREVE,  E.  P. 

Robert  Browning  Paracelsus.  Dramalische  Dichtung  Deutsche 
Uebertragung  von  E.  P.  Greve.  Insel-Verlag,  Leipsiz,  1904. 
821.88  Hpagg. 

GREY  ROLAND 

Heavy  Fathers.  Fortnightly  Review.  Littell's  Living  Age  262: 
473-480. 

GRIBBLE,  FRANCIS 

Browning's  Obscurity  and  Elopement  with  Miss  Barrett.  Littell's 
Living  Age  273:674-683. 

Same.  Nineteenth  Century  71  :976-988:May  1912. 
The    Secret    of   Marceline    Desbordes-Valmore.     Fortnightly    Re- 
view 97:2: 107 1-1 083: June   1912. 
John  Creenleaf  Whittier.   Fortnightly  Review  89: 142: Jan.  1908. 


GRIEF 


See  Music. 


BROWNINGIANA  157 

GRIFFIN.  WILLIAM  HALL 

Robert  Broivning  and  Alfred  Domett.   Contemporary  Review  87: 

95-115:Jan.  1905.    821.88  Bdg. 

Robert  Broivning  and  Alfred  Domett.    (Contemporary  Review.) 

Littell's  Living  Age  244:393-410: Feb.  18,  1905. 

Earl}}  Friends  of  Robert  Browning.  Contemporary  Review  87:471 : 

427-446:March  1905. 

The  Life  of  Robert  Broiitning  with  notices  of   his  writings,  his 

family,  and  his  friends.    Completed  and  edited  by  Harry  Christo- 
pher  Minchin.    The   Macmillan   Co.,  New  York,   N.   Y.,    1910. 

821.88  Bg. 

Life  of  Robt.  Browning.   Independent  70:100:Jan.  12,  1911. 
GRIGGS,  EDWARD  HOWARD 

Books    Received    (Advertisement).     Literary    Digest   31 :887-888: 

Dec.  9,  1905. 

The   Poetry   and  Philosophy   of  Browning.    Handbook   of   Eight 

Lectures.    B.  W.  Huebsch,  New  York.  N.  Y..  1905.     821.88  Zgp. 
GRISWOLD,  HATTIE  TYNG 

Genius  at  Home.    See  Clippings. 

Home  Life  of  Great   Authors.    Robert  and  Elizabeth   Browning 

274-285    Be  Cs871. 
GROFF,  ALICE 

The  Evolution  of  the  Character  of  Woman  in  English  Literature. 

Poet  Lore  10:2:242-50. 

Ideals  of  Beauty  in  Keats  and  Browning.   Poet  Lore  5:5:247-253. 

The  True  Greatness  of  Browning.   Poet  Lore  1 :  10:470-479. 
GROSS,  MARY  FREDERICA 

Browning's  IV omen.    Submitted  for  Bachelor  Thesis  Baylor  Uni- 
versity.    821.88  Pgw. 
GROSVENOR.  DOROTHEA 

A  Catholic  Layman.  Nineteenth  Century  71 :2: 74 1-755: April  1912. 
GROTESQUE 

See  Bagehot. 
GROTESQUE  IN  THE  POETRY  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING,  THE 

By  Lily  Bess  Campbell.    (See  also  Schelling.)     821.88  Dcg. 
GROW  OLD  ALONG  WITH  ME 

See  Music. 
GROWTH  OF  OUR  MORAL  IDEAL,  THE 

By  Arthur  Deerin  Call.    Education  Magazine  32:9: 546-559: May 

1912. 
GRUMBINE.  HARVEY  CARSON 

Stories   from   Browning.     Houghton,    Mifflin   &   Co.,   Cambridge, 

Mass.     821.88  Fgs. 

Same.  English  Journal  3:462:Sept.  1914. 

GRUMMANN,  PAUL  H. 

Gerhart  Hauptmann.    Poet  Lore  22:2:127. 

Hauptmanns  View  Point  in  Und  Pippa  Tanzt.    Poet  Lore  20:2: 

129-134. 

GUIDANCE  FROM   ROBERT   BROWNING   IN   MATTERS   OF 

FAITH 

By  John  A.  Hutton.     821.88  Rhg. 

Max  Halbe.   Poet  Lore  23:2:137. 

Arthur  Schnitzler.    {Paracelsus  discussed.)    Poet  Lore  23:1 :25-41. 
GUIDE-BOOK  TO  THE  POETIC  AND  DRAMATIC  WORKS  OF 

ROBERT  BROWNING.  A 

By  George  Willis   Cooke.     821.88  Dcgb. 


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GUIDE  FOR  THE  BLIND.  A 

By  Louise  Pagan  Peirce. 

1909. 
GUIDE  TO  THE  NEW  BOOKS.  A 

Literary  Digest  33:91 3-91 4 :Dec.  15.   1906;   33: 759-760: Nov.   16. 

1907;  39:633-639:Oct.  16.  1909. 
GUILD.  MARION  PELTON 

To  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.   Atlantic  Monthly  86: 

420-1  :Sept.  1900. 

Same.  Homage   to   Robert  BroTPning,  Aleph   Tanner  93     821.88 

Xht. 
GUNSAULUS.  FRANK  W. 

Robert  Browning.  The  Higher  Ministries  of  Recent  English  Poetry^. 

(Typewritten)     821.88  Dghm. 

The  Higher  Ministries  of  Recent  English  Poetry.    Robert  Bror»n- 

ing  178-233    821.01  G976m. 

A  Poet  and  His  Minister.   Independent  39:1 :553-5. 

Should  the  Bible   be   Dramatized?    Literary   Digest    19:378-379: 

Sept.  23.  1899. 

Some   Higher   Ministries    of   Recent   English   Poetry.     (Review.) 

Independent  63:2:1 002  :Oct.  24.  1907. 
GUNSAULUS.  RECENT  GIFTS  FROM  DR.  FRANK  W. 

The  Ohio  Wesleyan  Alumni  Quarterly  3:2:4-5: Jan.  1920 

Xma  Vol.  II. 
GURNEY,  EDWARD.  AND  OTHERS 

Apparations.    Nineteenth  Century  15:791-815:May  1884. 
GUTHRIE,  WILLIAM  NORMAN 

Broivning  and   the   Drama.     Centenary   Addresses  43-62 

Vnya. 

Modern  Poet  Prophets,  Ideal  Womanhood  in  the  Masterpieces  of 

Dante,   Coethe,   and  Robert  Broivning  (Pippa,   Pompilia,   James 

Lee's  Wife  and  L^ric  Love).     804  G984m  (3  copies). 

The  Utilit])  of  Beauty.   Swanee  Review  13:2: 143- 155: April  1905. 
GWYNN.  STEPHEN 

The  Making  of  a  Poet.     (19th  Cent.)     Llttell's  Living  Age  265: 

484-493. 

Same.  Nineteenth  Century  67:65-78: Jan.  1910. 


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HACKETT   FRANCIS 

Books  and  Things.    New  Republic  10:299 :April  7.  1917. 

The  Immortal  Residue.   New  Republic  5:312-313:Jan.  22.  1916. 
HADDEN,  J.  CUTHBERT 

The  Poets  and  the  Cuckoo.    Outlook.    Littell's  Living  Age  273: 

634-636. 
HADDOW,  ALEXANDER 

The  Pope :  Brorvnings  Ring  and  the  Book.   Printed  for  the  Royal 

Philosophical   Society   of   Glasgow  by   Carter   &   Pratt,    Glasgow, 

1914. 
HADLEY.  HENRY  K. 

See  Music. 
HAIGHT.  ELIZABETH  HAZELTON 

A  Roman  Advocate  of  the  Simple  Life.    Poet  Lor^  17:1  : 78-85. 


BROWNINGIANA  159 

HAIR  IN  BROWNING'S  POETRY 

By  Harry  T.  Baker.    Nahon  93:263:Scpt.  21.  1911. 
HAKKADOSH,  JOCHANAN 

Note  fcr;  Robert  BroVfning.    Poet  Lore  9:1 :86. 
HALBE.  MAX 

By  Paul  Grummann.   Poet  Lore  23:2:137. 
HALBERT  AND  HOB 

By  W.  T.  Malleson.    Notes  and  NeTi>s.    Poet  Lore  9:3:465-466. 
HALE.  EDWARD  EVERETT 

Introduction  to  Browning's   Women.    By   Mary  E.   Burt.     (Miss 

Burl's  Autograph.)     821.88  Pbw   (2  copies). 
HALF  A  CENTURY  OF  LITERARY  LIFE 

London  Quarterly  Review.    Littell's  Living  Age  158:387-40J. 
HALIBURTON  AND  SMITH 

Teaching  of  Poetry   in   the   Grades.     (Browning  poems    136-146, 

160-166)    371  H139. 
HALLEY.  MARGARET  A. 

See  Music. 
HALLIWELL-PHILLIPS.  J.  O. 

Copy  of  correspondence  between  Robert  Browning  and  J.  O.  Hal- 

liwell-Phillips.  1881. 
HALLOCK.  ELLA  B. 

Introduction   to  Browning,  including  eleven  poems  with  hints  for 

study.   The  Macmillan  Co.,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  1912.     821.88  Zhi. 
HALLOWELL,  MRS.  S.  C.  F. 

Dramatic  Lyrics.    Poet  Lore  11:5:281. 
HAMELIN,  THE  RAT  CATCHER  OF 

By  Gustav  Hartwig.    Eclectic  Magazine   1 19:759-761  :Dec.   1892. 
HAMELIN:  THE  TOWN  OF  THE  PIED  PIPER.  OR  DER  RAT- 

TENFANGER 

By  Katherine  M.  MacQuoid.   Magazine  of  Art  May  1890     821.88 

Pmtw. 
HAMILTON,  CLAYTON 

The  Drama.    Forum  39:234-35:Oct.  1907;  39:362-376: Jan.  1908. 

Old  Material  and  New  Plays.    Forum  41 :444-457:May  1909. 
HAMILTON,  EUGENE  LEE 

Apollo  and  Marsvas  and  Other  Poems.  Athenaeum  2981 :764-766: 

Dec.  13,  1884. 
HANCOCK,  PROF.  ALBERT  E. 

Defending  KeaCs  Love  Letters.    Literary  Digest  37:633-34:Oct. 

31,  1908. 
HANDBOOK  TO  THE  WORKS  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING,  A 

By  Mrs.  Sutherland  Orr.    George  Bell  &  Sons,  London.  England, 

1886. 

Same.  Athenaeum  3022:396-397:Sept.  26,    1885. 

Same.  Poet  Lore  1  :2:535. 
HAND  HOTEL,  LLANGOLLEN  WALES 

Souvenir   Book   of   the   Hand   Hotel,   at  which   Browning   was   a 

guest. 
HANDSCHUH,  der  und  andere  GEDICHTE 

r/ie  G/ove.    Bremen  1897.     821.88  Gspr. 
HANKIN,  SIR  JOHN 

The   Collected  Plays   of  Oscar   Wilde.    Fortnightly   Review   89: 

796-797:  May  1908. 
HANNIGAN.  D.  F. 

The  Victorian  Age  of  Literature  and  Its  Critic.   Eclectic  Magazine 

126:808-81 3  :June  1896, 


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The  Modern  Villam.    Collier's  Weekly  33:18:April  30,  1914. 

Drama  of  Ideas.    Contemporary  Review   74:712-723  :Nov.    1898. 
HAPPY  THOUGHTS  FOR  HARVEST  DAYS 

Ladies'  Home  Journal  29:3 :Nov.  1912. 
HARDEN,  W.  TYAS 

Edited,  An  Essa^  on  Perc^  B^sshe  Shelle}),  by  Robert  Browning. 

Published  for  the  Shelley  Society  by  Reeves  &  Turner,  London, 

1888.    821.88  Epbs  (2  copies). 
HARDY,  IRENE 

A  Childe  Roland,  A  Literary  Parallel  and  Something  More.    Poet 

Lore  24:1:53-58. 
HARDY'S  LYRICAL  POEMS 

By  Edmund  Gosse.    Edinburgh  Review  227 :272-293 : April   1918. 
HARPER'S  MAGAZINE 

Some  Unpublished  Papers  b^  Robert  and  E.  B.  Broivning.  Edited 

with  comments  by  George  S.  Hellman.    132: 790: 530-539:  March 

1916. 
HARPER'S  MONTHLY 

An   Account  of  a  Meeting   ii}ith   Elizabeth   Barrett   and   Robert 

Broii>ning  in  Florence.  A  Short  Editorial  Concerning  Mrs.  Broron- 

ing's  Death.    23:555-556:Sept.  1861. 

Asolando  (Editorial  on).    80:807: April  1890. 

Robert  and  Elizabeth   Barrett  Brorvning.     By   Anne   Thackeray 

Ritchie.   84:832-855:  May  1892. 

Bron>ning  in  lial^.    (Editorial.)    80: 63 7-639: March  1890. 

Barry  Cornwall  and  Some  of  His  Friends.    By  James  T.  Fields. 

51:777-796:Nov.  1875. 

Ferishtah's    Fancies,   by    Robert    Browning.     Reviewed.     71:156: 

June  1885. 

The  Gentler  View.  Browning  and  the  Lost  Cor\.  By  Florida  Pier. 

54:2777:27  March  12.  1910. 

Interest  in  Browning  Clubs.   77: 798- 799: Oct.  1888. 

London  as  a  Literary  Center.    By  Richard  Rogers  Bowker.    76: 

456:815-844:May  1888. 

Review  of  Mrs.  Orr's  Limited  Life   of  Browning.    83:800-801: 

Oct.  1891. 

Some  Unpublished  Papers  of  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Barrett  Brown- 
ing. Edited  by  G.  S.  Hellman.    132:530-539:March  1916     821.88 

Xsf. 
HARRADEN,  ETHEL 

See  Music. 
HARRIMAN,  ALICE 

Aspiration.     Homage    to    Robert   Browning, 

821.88  Xht. 

In  The  Garden  of   The 


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Aleph  Tanner  94-95     821.88  Xht. 

77ie  Envoy  Returns.    Suggested  by  Browning's  Ml;  Last  Duchess. 
HARRINGTON,  VERNON  C. 

Browning  Studies.     821.88  Dhs. 

Same.  English  Journal  4:621  :Nov.   1915. 
HARRIS,  C.  A. 

Browning  as  a  Poet  of  Music.   Athenaeum  4410:509-510:May  4, 

1912;  4411:542-543:May  11,  1912. 
HARRIS,  ROY 

Studies  in  Browning's  Art  Poems.    From  McMaster's  University 

Monthly  349-358:May  1918     821.88  Lmm. 


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HARRISON,  CLIFFORD 

Sira^  Records.  Browning  149-154     B  H318  Vol.  I. 

HARRISON,  E.  B. 

The  Victorian  Woman.  Nineteenth  Century  58:951 -957  :Dcc.  1905. 

HARRISON,  FREDERIC 

By  Matthew  Arnold.  Nineteenth  Century  39:4^3 -447: March  1896. 

Same.  LittelFs  Living  Age  209:362-372. 

Diaphanous  Literature.    Dial  45:391  :Dec.  1,  1908. 

English  Literature  of  the  Victorian  Age.    Forum  16:704-708: Feb. 

1894. 

Obiter  Scripta.    Fortnightly  Review    109:9: Jan.    1918;    109:178: 

Feb.  1918. 

Rome  Revisited.    Eclectic  Magazine  121 :  19-32: June  1893. 

The   Tennyson   Centenary.    Nineteenth  Century  66:226-233: Aug. 

1909. 

Same.  Liltell's  Living  Age  262:643-648. 

HARRISON,  JOSEPH  LE  ROY 

The  Undergraduate  in  Verse.    Bookman  7:159-61  : April  1898. 

HART.  R.  E.  S. 

The  Obverse  Side  of  Aristophanes.  Contemporary  Review  71 : 
662-679  :May  1897. 

HARTER.  MRS.  ARTHUR 

The  Influence  of  Italy  on   the  Poetry   of  the  Broufnings.    Fort- 
nightly Review  92:327-344: Aug.  1909. 
See  Fonhlanque. 

HARTOY,  CECILE  S. 
See  Music. 

HARTWIG,  GUSTAV 

The  Rat  Catcher  of  Hamelin.    Eclectic  Magazine    119:759-761: 

Dec.  1892. 

Same.   (Blackw.)    Littell's  Living  Age  195:639-40. 

HARVARD  MONTHLY 

Robert  Browning.  By  A.  B.  Houghton.  2:3:95-108:May  1886 
821.88  Dhm. 

Parleyings  n>ith  Certain  People  of  Importance  in  Their  Day,  by 
Robert  Browning.  (Review.)  4:2:82-83: April  1887     821.88  Dhm. 

HARVEY,  CHARLES  W. 

Living.    New  Church  Review  16:75-86: Jan.   1909. 

HARVEY,  EDITH 

Bordello,  in  Leicester  Literary  and  Philosophical  Society.  Trans- 
actions 65-83.  1911.  A  Paper  Read  Before  Section  "A,"  Trans- 
actions of  the  Leicester  Literary  and  Philosophical  Society,  to- 
gether with  Report  of  the  Council.     821.88  Dllb. 

HARVEY,  T.  E. 

Introduction  and  Notes  to  Christmas- Eve.  By  Robert  Browning. 
Brother  Richard's  Book-Shelf  No.  5.  J.  M.  Dent  &  Sons,  Lon- 
don, England,   1913.     821.88  Hceh. 

HASKELL,  ERNEST 

Hermes.  Decoration  for  Poems  by  Robert  Browning  and  Eliza- 
beth Barrett  Browning.    Critic   141:Aug.   1903. 

HAULTAIN,  ARNOLD 

Horv  to  Read.    Blackwood.    Littell's  Living  Age  208:515-528. 

HAUPTMANN,  GERHART 

Paul  Crummann.    Poet  Lore  22:2:117-127. 

HAVE  WE  STILL  NEED  OF  POETRY 

By  Calvin  Thomas.    Forum  25:503-51 2 :Juljr  1898, 


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HAWEIS.  REV.  H.  R. 

Robert  DroJi>mng.    Independent  44:2: 1776- 1777: Dec.  15,  1892. 

Poets  in   the  Pulpit.    Robert  Brolifning   117-143.    Sampson  Low 

Marston,  Searle  and  Rivington,  London,   1880.     821.88  Dppd. 

same.   (Typewritten)     821.88  Dppo. 

Rubinstein.   Eclectic  Magazine  124:229-235: Feb.  1895. 
HAWTHORNE  AND  HIS  CIRCLE 

By   Wm.   H.    Mayhew.    New   Church   Review    1 1 :385 -392: July 

1904. 
HAWTHORNE,  NATHANIEL 

English  Note  Book  2: 106-1 09: July  13,  1856    813  H339A. 

Italian  Note  Books  2:8-13:June  8.  1858     813  H339mf. 

St.  Paul's.   Littell's  Living  Age  109:707-713. 
HAWTHORNE.  A  NEW  BOOK  ABOUT 

By  W.  H.  Johnson.   Dial  35:46667:Dec.  16,  1903. 
HAWTHORNE  THROUGH  HIS  WIFE'S  EYES 

Literary  Digest  15:41 -42:  May  8.  1897. 
HAWTHORNE'S  VILLA  AT  FLORENCE 

By  Chas.  E.  Wheeler.    Nation  50: 486-487: June  19,  1890. 
HAY,  H.  CLINTON 

Immortalit}).   New  Church  Review  15:576-586 :Oct.  1908. 
HAYES,  ALFRED 

The  Relation  of  Music  to  Poetry.    Atlantic  Monthly  113:59-69; 

Jan.  1914. 
HAZZARD,  J.  CHARLES 

Selections  From  Browning. 
H.  C.  H. 

Victoria.    New  Church  Review  8: 270-273: April  1901. 
HEARN,  LAFCADIO 

Is  Too  Much  Written  on  the  Subject  of  Love?    Current  Opinion 

62:205:March  1917. 
HEARTH  AND  HOME 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    By  Mme.  Octavia  Walton  Le  Vert. 

New  Eclectic  Magazine  4:2:221 -224: Feb.   1869. 

HEATH.  H.  FRANK  (AND  OTHERS> 

The    Works    of    Ceoffre})    Chaucer.     Athenaeum    3723:268-269: 
March  4,   1889. 

HEAVY  FATHERS 

By  Rowland  Grey.  Fortnightly  Review.  Littell's  Living  Age  262: 

473-480. 
HEBRAIC  SYMPATHIES.  BROWNING'S 

By  Mary  M.  Cohen.    Popt  Lore  3:3:250-254. 
HEIMKEHR  DER  DRUSEN.  DIE  FINE  TRAGODIE 

Von  Robert  Browning.    Deutsch  von  Edmund  Ruete.    Verlag  von 

Gustav  Winter,   Bremen,   1912. 

HEISELER,  HENRY 

Pippa    Ceht    Voruber.     By    Robert    Browning.     German    version 
Pippa  Passes. 

HEELINGS.  EMMA  LIGHTNER 

Evolution  of  Religion  a*  Suggested  in  Browning's  Poems.    Poet 

Lore  17:2:113-17. 
HELLMAN,  GEORGE  S. 

Some  Unpublished  Papers  of  Rob^ir^  and  E.  B.  Browning.   Edited 

with  comments,  in  Harper's  Monthly  Magazine  132:790:530-539; 

March  1916    821.83  X?f, 


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HELPS  TO  THE  STUDY  OF  BROWNING 

By  Vernon  C.  Harrington.     821.88  Dhs. 

Browning  Cyclopedia.    By  Edward  Berdoe.     821.88  B855. 

Brot»ning  for  Beginners.  By  Thomas  Rain.     821.88  Drb. 

Cuide-Book  to  the  Poetic  qnd  Dramatic  IVor^a  of  Robert  Brown- 

.ing.   By  George  Willis  Cooke.     821.88  Dcgb. 

Handbook  to  the  Worlds  of  Robert  Broivning.   By  Mrs.  Sutherland 

Orr.     821.88  Dai. 

Introduction  to  Browning.   By  Ella  B.  Hallock.     821.88  Zhi. 

Introduction  to  the  Stud^  of  the  Poetry  of  Robert  Browning.    By 

William  John  Alexander.     821.88  Dai. 

Introduction  to  the  Stud^  of  Browning's  Poetry.   By  Hiram  Corson. 

821.88  Dcs. 

Primer  on  Browning.   By  Mary  F.  Wilson.     821.88  Dwp. 

Stories  from  Browning.    By  Harvey  Corson  Grumbie.    (2  Copies) 

821.88  Fgs. 

Same.  (Introduction  by  Mrs.  Orr.)    By  F.  M.  Holland.     821.88 

Fhs. 

Teaching  Poetry  in  the  Grades.    By  Haliburton  and  Smith.    136- 

146,  160-166    371  H139. 
HEMPSTEAD,  A. 

The  Browning  Club  of  Meadville.    Poet  Lore  2:6:331. 
HENDERSON.  MRS.  M.  STURGE 

Meredith  As  a  Poet.    Literary  Digest  36:341 -42: March  7.   1908. 
HENDERSON,  T.  F. 

Ballad  Poetry.    (A   review  of   Sir  Walter  Scott's  Minstrelsy   of 

Scottish  Border.)    Edinburgh  Review   197:303-323: April   1903. 
HENLEY,  W.  E. 

Conditions  of  Great  Poetry.  Literary  Digest  21 : 729: Dec.  15,  1900. 
HENRY,  FERNAND 

Les  Sonnets  Portugais  d'Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning,   Traduits  en 

Sonnets  Francais  avec  Notice  Texte  Anglais,  Commentaire  el  Notes. 

Librairie   Orientale   et  Americaine,   E.   Guilmoto,   Editeur,   Paris, 

1905.    821.88  Hspfh. 
HENRY,  MARIA  LOUISA 

The  Morality  of  Thacl^eray  and  of  George  Eliot.  Atlantic  Monthly 

51:243-248:Feb.   1883. 
HEPTALOGIA;   THE 

By  Algernon  Charles  Swinburne.   Containing  John  Jones,  a  Parody 

on  Robert  Browning.     821.8  S978h. 
HERFORD.  CHARLES  H. 

Robert  Browning.    Athenaeum  4053:14-15:July  1.  1905. 

Same.  Dodd,  Mead  &  Co..  New  York,  N.  Y..  1905.     821.88  Dhr. 

Same.  New  Church  Review  12:637-638:Ocl.  1905. 

Same.  Reviewed  in  Outlook  79: 101 5- 101 6: April  22.  1905     821.88 

Dhr. 

Same.  Reviewed  in  Independent  59:457-458. 

The  New  Exposition  of  Browning.   Dial  39:44: July  16,  1905. 

Prince  Hohenstiel-Schwangau.    London  Browning  Society  Papers 

8:133-145    821.88  Dbs. 
HEROD,  MR.  STEPHEN  PHILLIPS' 

By  John  Lane.    World's  Work   1 : 666-667: April  1901. 
HEROES  AND  GREATHEARTS  AND  THEIR  ANIMAL 

FRIENDS,  BOOK  NOTICES 

By  John  T.  Dale.    Education  Magazine  33:12f-?28:Ocv.  '912. 
HEROIC  COUPLET.  THE 

By  Si.  Loe  Strachey.    Eclectic  123:448-61  :Oct.  1894. 


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By  Ethel  Colburn  Mayne.    (See  Women.)     821.88  Piif^ 

Same.  Dial  58:258-259: April  1,  191S. 

By  M.  R.  Pridham.   Browmng  Notes  59-65     821.88  Dhn. 
HERRICK.  CHRISTINE  T. 

Some  Doof^i  for  the  Day  of  Leisure.    Mrs.  Browning.    Nineteenth 

Century  48:594:Sept.  30,  1892. 
HERRICK.  ROBERT 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  199: 109-27: Jan.  1904. 
HERSEY,  HELOISE  EDWINA 

Droi»mng    in    America,     New    England    Magazine    542-545  :Jan. 

1890     821.88  Xman. 
HERSEY,  HELOISE  EDWINA.  AND  WILLIAM  J.  ROLFE 

Edited  with  notes.    A  Blot  in  the  'Scutcheon  and  Other  Dramas. 

By  Robert  Browning.     821.88  Gdr. 

Edited  with  notes,  Select  Poems  of  Robert  Browning.    American 

Book  Co.     821.88  Grh. 
HERVE  RIEL 

In  Poems  of  Adventure  and  Heroism,  Broivning  Study  Programme. 

Poet  Lore  11:3:406-408. 

By  Robert  Browning.   Cornhill.   Littell's  Living  Age  109:63-64. 
H.  E.  W.  (TO  W.  C.  E.) 

Bron>ning?     Yes  in  a  General   IVay.    Spectator.    Littell's  Living 

Age   190:578. 
HEWLETT.  HENRY  G. 

Mrs.  BroTvning  2:30-38.  167-169    B  C551h. 

Henry   Fothergill   Chorley,  Autobiography,  Memoirs  and  Letters, 

two  volumes.  Robert  Brorvning  1:212-213,  2:25-26,  30,  169-174; 

Barry  Cornwall.    Nineteenth  Century  4:643 :652:Oct.   1878. 

Modern  Ballads.   Contemporary  Review  26:958-980: Nov.  1875. 

The  Poems  of  Matther»  Arnold.    Contemporary  Review  24:559- 

567:Sept.  1874. 

Poets  of  Society.   Contemporary  Review  20:238-269: July  1872. 
HEYDRICK,  BENJAMIN  A. 

Echoes  and  Croivth  in  Rudyard  Kipling.    Poet  Lore   14:1:84-94. 
H.  F.  C. 

The  Complacency  of  the  Wordsnforthians.   Eclectic  Magazine  141 : 

181-185:July  1903. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  237:818-822. 

H.  G.  O. 

My  Last  Duchess.  The  Daniel  Baker  Collegian  11:8:Junc  1911 
821.88  Xblg. 

HICKEY,  EMILY  H. 

ju>rowning  Biography.  Littell's  Living  Age  268:201-213.  From 
Nineteenth  Century  and  After. 

Browning,  Elizabeth  Browning.  Nineteenth  Century  74:164-184: 
July   1913. 

Browning  on  Failure;  Browning  Centenary  19-31  821.88  Vnya. 
Robert  Browning,  Biography  of.  Nineteenth  Century  68:1060- 
1075:Dec.  1910. 

Glorious  Robert  Browning.  Nineteenth  Century  and  After.  Lit- 
tell's Living  Age  271:270-283:Dec.   1910. 

Notes  and  Preface  to  Strafford:  A  Tragedy.  By  Robert  Browning. 
An   Introduction  by  Samuel   R,  Gardiner.    George  Bell   &  Sons, 
London,  1892.    821.88  Hsh, 
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Strafford,  a  Tragedy.  Athenaeum  2955:757: Jan.  14.  1884;  2966: 

273: Aug.  30,  1884. 

A  Study  of  Browning's  Saul    The  Catholic  World  94:561:320- 

336:Dec.   1911. 
HIGGINBOTHAM.  ELSIE 

An  Apology  on  Reading  the  Browning  Love  Letters.    (Academy.) 

Litteil's  Living  Age  222:792. 

An  Apology  on  Reading  the  Browning  Love  Letters.    From  The 

Book-Lover  Jan.-Feb.   1901. 
HIGGINSON.  THOMAS  WENTWORTH 

The  Biography  of  Browning's  Fame.    Boston   Browning  Society 

Papers  1-6     821.88  Vbp. 

A  Brief  for  Literature  as  a  Profession.    Literary  Digest  31 :271 : 

Aug.  26.  1905. 

Browning's  Profoundest  Poem.    Literary   Digest   23:39: July    13, 

1901. 

A  Caucus  of  Authors.    Independent  42:2:1 1 18:Aug.  14,  1890. 

Childe  Roland  to  the  Darl(  Tower  Came.   Poet  Lore  13:2:262-68. 

Colonel  Higginsons  Life  of  Longfellow.    Literary  Digest  25:868- 

870:Dec.27.  1902. 

Concerning  High  Water  Marks-   Independent  42: 205 -206: Feb.  13, 

1890. 

Footpaths.  Atlantic  Monthly  26:513-521  :Nov.  1870. 

A   Great  Poet  in  Her  Prime,  Reminiscences  of  the  Days   When 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning  was  Living  and  Writing.    Book  News 

24:283:457-459:March  1906    821.88  Xma  Vol.  6. 

The  Greatest  Books  of  the  Century.  Outlook  66:804:Dec.  1.  1900. 

Keats  Ode  on  Melancholy  as  First  Written.    Literary  Digest   13: 

202:  June  13.  1896. 

Literary  London  Twenty  Years  Ago.    Atlantic  Monthly  80:753- 

761:  July  1897. 

Opening  Address  at  the  Boston  Memorial  Services  14-16     821.88 

Bmb. 
HIGHER  MINISTRIES  OF  RECENT  ENGLISH  POETRY.  THE 

Robert    Browning.     By    Frank    W.    Gunsaulus.      (Typewritten) 

821.88  Dghm. 

By    Frank    W.    Gunsaulus.     Robert    Browning    178-233     821.01 

G976m  (2  Copies). 
HIGHER  USES  OF  THE  IMAGINATION 

By  John  T.  Prince.    New  Church  Review  12:376-385: July  1905. 
HILL.  ALEX. 

Notes  to  the  pocket  volume  of  selections  from  the  poems  of  Robert 

Browning  by  Alex  Hill.  M.  A.  M.  D..  Master  of  Downing  Col- 
lege, with  essays  on  several  aspects  of  Browning's  Genius.  Con- 
tents: Browning's  Relation  to  Other  Poets  of  the  Century,  by  C. 

E.  Vaughn   13;   Browning  and  Tennyson  Compared,  by  Rev.  J. 

Llewelyn  Davies  17;   A  Grammarian's  Funeral,  by  W.  F.  Revell 

30;  Browning's  Estimate  of  the  Value  of  Effort,  by  J.  S.  K.  Moss 

and  J.  Brunlon  Aitken  37;   Browning  as  a  Musician,  by  E.  A. 

Whitehead  47;  Browning's  Heroines,  by  M.  R.  Pridham  59;  Love 

Poems  of  Browning,  by  C.  E.  Vaughn  73 ;   Rabbi  Ben  Ezra,  by 

G.  D.  Boyle.  Dean  of  Salisbury,  86;   5e//  Revelation,  by  J.  E. 

S)ane8   94;    Browning's   Attitude    Towards   Art   and   Nature,   by 

Owen  Seaman  107;  Reminiscence  and  Reflection,  by  G.  D.  Boyle 

121 ;   Biographical,  Chronological  Tables  of  the  Principal  Events 

in  the  Poet's  Life  and  the  Order  of  Publication  of  the  Poems  141 

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English  in   Our   Colleges.    Scribner's   Magazine    1  :507-5l2: April 

1887. 
HILL.  JULIAN 

Great  English  Poets.    Broxvning  293-303     BC  P745eeh. 
HILLARD.  GEORGE  STILLMAN 

Six  Months  in  Italy.    914.5  H649  (Vol.  II  177). 
HILLIS.  NEWELL  DWIGHT 

Great  Bool^s  as  Life   Teachers.    (See   The   Tragedy  of  the   Ten 

Talented  Men  181-204.    Study  of  Brorvnings  Saul.)     814  H559. 

(Typewritten)     821.88  Sahg. 
HIND.  C.  LEWIS 

Portraits  of  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    Art  Journal 

62-64  :Feb.  1890    821.88  Xpsr. 
HIND,  W.  ARTHUR 

BroT»ning's  Teaching  on  Faith,  Life  and  Lo\>e.     821.88  Rhtf. 
HINDUSTAN  REVIEW 

The   Future   of  Fiction.     By    Hemendra    Prasad   Ghose.     Littell't 

Living  Age  268:154-159. 
HISTORY 

BroTonings  Use  of  History.    By  Chas.  J.  Little.    (Sec  Syracuse 

Memorial  9-13)     821.88  Bsy. 
HISTORY.  BOOKS  ON  FRENCH 

Athenaeum  3742:95-96: July  15.  1899. 
HISTORY  OF  OUR  OWN  TIMES.  A 

By  Justin  McCarthy.    1:527:538-540    942.08  Ml 27a. 
H.  J.  C. 

Fine  Arts  in  Education.    Baylor  Literary  14:7-13:Sept.   1905. 
HOASHI,  RIICHIOR 

Selections  from  Browning  translated  into  Japanese.    Contains  also 

a  sonnet  to  Browning.     821.88  Gjh. 

To  The  Poet.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner   142 

821.88  Xht. 
HODDER  AND  STOUGHTON 

A  Day  With  the  Poet  Browning.     821.88  Xdw. 

HODELL.  CHARLES  W. 

Browning  Society  Papers  1911     821.88  Hrhe. 
Brownings  Old  Yellow  Book-    Nation  85:299-300:Oct.  3.  1907. 
An  Essay  on  Robert  Browning's  The  Ring  and  the  Book-    Boston 
Introduction   to    The  Ring  and  the  Book-    By  Robert  Browning. 
Everyman's  Library.    Edited  by  Ernest  Rhys.     821.88  Hre. 
A   Literary  Mosaic:  Ring  and   the  Boo^-    Taken   from   Modern 
Language  23:3:510-519     821.88  Hrhm. 
Old  Yellow  Book.    Blackwood's  189:572-575: April  1911. 
The  Old  Yellow  Book.    Littell's  Living  Age  269:499-502. 
Old  Yellow  Book-    Reviewed  in  the  Atlantic  101 :407-413:March 
1908. 

Old  Yellow  Book.  Sources  of  Browning's  The  Ring  and  the  Book, 
in  complete  photo-reproduction  with  translation,  essay  and  notes. 
Second  edition.     821.88  Hroe. 

The  Old  Yellow  Book,  Sources  of  Browning's  The  Ring  and  the 
Book.     821.88  Hroc. 

Old  Yellow  Book,  translated  and  edited  by  Hodell  in  the  Every- 
man's Series.     821.88  Hroe. 

The  Old  Yellow  Book — The  Source  of  Browning's  Ring  and  the 
Book,  '"  fl  complete  photo-reproduction.  Athenaeum  4223:396: 
Oct.  3.  1908. 


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Tht  Ring   and  the  Bool{,  An  Essay   on.    Published   by   Boston 

Browning  Society  1911     821.88  Hrhe. 

Selected  and  Edited  Poems  of  Robert  Browning.   English  Readings 

for  Schools.    821.88  Ghp. 
HODGSON.  GERALDINE  E. 

Robert  Bron>ning  as  a  Mystic.    The  Seeker  8:32:252-279: Feb. 

1913. 
HODGSON.  RALPH.  THE  POETRY  OF 

By  John  Gould  Fletcher.   Dial  63:50-2:July  19.  1917. 
HOECK.  LOUIS  G. 

The  Universality  of  Lan>.    New  Church  Review  12:507-520:Oct. 

1905. 
HOGREFE.  PEARL 

Bron>ning  and  Italian  Art  and  Artists.    Bulletin  of  the  University 

of  Kansas.    Humanistic  Studies.    May  15,  1914.     821.88  Lhi. 
HOLBEACH,  HENRY 

By   George    MacDonald.     Contemporary    Review    19:37-55:Dec. 

1872. 
HOLIDAY  BOOKS 

By  W.  G.  Bowdoin.    Independent  63 :2: 1463-1 475  :Dec.  19,  1907. 

By  W.  G.  Bowdoin.    Independent  69:3:1 250  :Dec.  8.  1910. 
HOLLAND,  FREDERICK  MAY 

Selections  from  Robert  Broii>ning.    Athenaeum  2868:489:Oct.   14, 

1882. 

Sordello.    A  Story  from  Robert  Browning.    G.  P.  Putnam's  Sons, 

New  York.  1881.    821.88  Psoh. 

Sordello,  from  Stories  from  Robert  Browning.    With  an  introduc- 
tion by  Mrs.  Sutherland  Orr.    (Typewritten)     821.88  Fho. 

Stories  from  Robert  Browning.   With  an  introduction  by  Mrs.  Suth- 
erland Orr.  George  Bell  &  Sons,  London,  1882.     821.88  Fhs. 
HOLLEY.  HORACE 

Modern  Social  Religion.    Forum  55:570: April  1916. 
HOLMES.  OLIVER  WENDELL 

Over  the  Teacups.    Atlantic  Monthly  66:92- 105: July  1890. 
HOLT.  LUCIUS  HUDSON 

The  Leading  English  Poets  From  Chaucer  to  Browning.    English 

Journal  4 :683:Dec.  1915. 

HOMAGE  TO  BROWNING 

By    Aleph   Tanner.     Being   a    collection    of    poems   dedicated    to 
Robert  Browning  or  inspired  by  him.     821.88     Xht. 

HOMAGE  TO  BROWNING:   SUPPLEMENTARY 
Browning.    By  J.  Westby  Earnshaw. 
Same.  By  A.  J.  A.  M. 
Same.  By  Edward  Robeson  Taylor. 

Robert  Browning:  Enlarges  Upon  It  in  Several  of  His  Manners 
and  Interpolates  a  Lyric.    Anonymous. 
Robert  Browning.    By  J.  J.  Britton. 
The  Brownings.    By  Ida  A.  Ahlborn. 
Browning's  Birthday.    By  C.  E.  Whiton-Stone. 
Same.  By  E.  B.  Browning. 
Same.  By  Clara  L.  Nicolay. 
Same.  By  Maria  S.  Porter. 

The  Dreamer  of  Dreams.    By  Elizabeth  Clendenning  Ring. 
Faultless.    By  Jeanie  Morison. 

Lines  Written  Abroad  on  Hearing  of  Browning's  Death.    By  G. 
Mackie.   64-66. 


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In  Palazzo  Rezzonico,   Venice.    By  Jeanie  Morison 

Leadership  in  Song.    By  W.  G.  Kingsland. 

On  Reading  in  the  London  Paper  That  Mr.  Broioning  Was  Going 

to  Publish  Some  Nett>  Poems.    By  N.  Briton. 

A   Peasant   Woman  in  Ital^.     (Suggested  by  Robert  Browning's 

Poem  The  Italian  in  England.)    By  Blanche  Coles  (Mrs.  Thomas 

R.  Coles). 

The  Pied  Piper.    By  Louise  Betts  Edwards. 

Prologue.    By   W.  A.  R.     (A   Souvenir  of   the   Performance  of 

Browning's  Tragedy   A   Blot  in   the   'Scutcheon,  Manchester,  27. 

1893.) 

Reminiscent.    By  William  G.   Kingsland. 

Robert  Browning's  Death.    By  Maxwell  Gray. 

To  the  Browning  Hands.    By  Emma  B.  Keepers 

To  the  Memory  of  Robert  Browning.    Browning:  A   Centenarjf 

Song.    By  William  G.  Kingsland. 

To  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Browning.    By  H.  G.  H. 

To  Robert  Browning.    By  William  G.  Kingsland. 

Same.   (On  the  Attainment  of  His  70th  Birthday.)     By  William 

G.  Kingsland. 

Same.  From  Nassau  Literary  Magazine  45:7:469:Feb.   1890. 

Same.  By  Yone  Noguchi. 

A  poem  evidently  by  A.  J.  Pitt  in  the  front  of  a  calendar.    In 

manuscript.     821.88  Gyb. 

Apollo  and  Keats  on  Browning.    A  Fantasy.    By  Clifford  Lanier. 

An  Apolog\f   on  Reading  the  Browning  Love   Letters.    By   Elsie 

Higginbotham.    From  The  Book-Lover  Jan. -Feb.   1901. 

Christmas    Cards:    Robert    Browning;    Joseph    Barber    Lightfoot. 

By  Henry  Cary  Shuttleworth.    Page  5. 

/  5ee  Thee  Li^c  a  Beacon  Light.    By  Ethelean  Tyson  Gaw. 
HOME  LIFE  OF  GREAT  AUTHORS 

By  Hattie  Tyng  Griswold.    Robert  and  Elizabeth  Browning  274- 

285    BcG871. 
HOME  TRUTHS  FROM  ABROAD 

Anonymous.   After  Robert  Browning.   In  A  Parody  Anthology,  by 

Carolyn  Wells  193     821.88  W453pa. 
HOMEI.  IWANO 

Kinsei  Eibunga^u.    (Studies  in  Modern  English  Literature.)    Con- 
tains translations  into  Japanese  of  Mesmerism.     920.8  S933. 
HOMER  AND  BROWNING 

By  Prentiss  Cummings.    Boston  Browning  Society  Papers  389-410 

821.88  Vbp. 

See  Paley,  F.  A. 
HOMER.  SIDNEY 

See  Music. 
HOMILETIC  REVIEW 

Browning's  Religion.    By  Rev.  A.  T.  Bannister.   39:210-216:Sept. 
1900. 
HOOKER,  BRIAN 

By  Alfred  Noyes.    Century  88:349-353: July  1914. 

HOOKER.  EMILY  G. 

George  Meredith  on  the  Source  of  Destiny 
252. 

HOPE.  EVELYN 

By  Robert  Browning.    Rising  Generation  39:1 0-302  :Chapteri  5-7 
821.88  Xmrg.  In  Japanese. 


Poet  Lore  12:2:238- 


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BROWNINGIANA  !69 

HOPE.  GRAHAM 

All's  IV ell.    Being  optimistic  thoughts  from  the  writings  of  Robert 
Browning.     821.88  Saw. 
HORACE,  ODES  AND  ERODES  OF 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review   190:1 19-1 46: July   1899. 
HORNBROOKE.  FRANCIS  BICKFORD 

An  Interpretation  of  The  Ring  and  the  DooI(.     821.88  Hrh. 
The  Ring  and  the  Doo}(,  Some  Teachings  of.    Poet  Lore  1 :7:314- 
320. 

Mr.  Sludge,  the  Medium.    Boston  Browning  Society  Papers  289- 
305    821.88  Vbp. 
Same.  Poet  Lore  7:5:240-54. 

What  Should  Be  the  Poet's  Attitude  Toward  His  Critics?    Poet 
Lore  5:3:135-143. 
HORNBROOKE.  MRS.  FRANCIS  B. 

An  Echo  of  the  Browning  Cult  in  America.    Dial  48:91 : Feb.   I, 
1910. 
HORNE,  RICHARD  HENGIST 

Letters  and  Essays.    By  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    Addressed 
to  Richard  Hengist  Home.    With  a  Preface  and  Memoir  by  Rich- 
ard Henry  Stoddard.     821.88  Hie   (2  copies). 
Letters  From  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning,  2  Vol.     821.88  HI. 
Same.  Contemporary  Review  23: 146- 162: Dec.  1873. 
Same.  Magazine  Articles.    Mrs.  Browning.     821.88  Xbm. 
Same.  To  the  Author  of  Orion  on  Literary  and  General  Topics. 
Contemporary  Review.    Littell's  Living  Age  120:281-290. 
Same.  Littell's  Living  Age   120:535-547     821.88  Xbm. 
HORWILL.  HERBERT  W. 

Literature:  The  Art  of  Letter  Writing.   Forum  36:554:April  1905. 
Literature:  Recent  Biography.    Forum  35:73:July   1903. 
HOSMER.  HARRIET  G. 

Letters  and  Memories.    Edited  by  Cornelia  Carr.    2  Copies. 
Recollections  of  the  Brownings.   In  Two  Parts.   The  Youth's  Com- 
panion 74:32:388: Aug.  9.  1900;  74:2: 599-600: Nov.  15,  1900. 
HOUGH.  L.  H. 

The  Magic   of  a  Bool^.    Methodist  Review   30:5:696-706:Sept.- 
Oct  1914;    (Fifth  Series)   Whole  No.  529:96:5.     821.88  Xmmr. 
HOUGHTON.  A.  B. 

Robert    Browning.      Harvard     Monthly    2:3:95- 108:  May     1886 
821.22  Dhm. 
HOUGHTON.  LORD  ROBERT 

In  Memoriam.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner   129 
821.88  Xht. 
HOURS  IN  A  LIBRARY 

(Times.)     Littell's  Living  Age  292:283-287. 
HOUSEHOLD  USE.  BROWNING  FOR 

By  Edith  Harmon   Brown.    Critic  44:86-87: Jan.    1904. 
HOUSMAN,  LAURENCE 

Realit}}  in  Poetry;.    Fortnightly  Review  96:1 1 18-1 121  :Nov.   1911. 
Same.  Fortnightly  Review.   Littell's  Living  Age  272:204-214. 
HOVEY.  RICHARD  AND  BLISS  CARMAN 

In  a  Copy  of  Browning.    More  Songs  from   Vagabondia.    Designs 
by  Tom  B.  Meteyard.     811    C287ms   (2  Copies). 
HOVEY.  RICHARD— THE  DEFINITIVE  PLACE  OF— IN  AMERI- 
CAN LETTERS 

By    Page    and    Rittenhouse.     Current    Opinion    44:277-279:Nov. 
1907. 


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HOW  BROWNING  MADE  A  CHRISTIAN 

By  Dr.  Edward  Berdoe.    Literary  Digest   12:531  : Feb.  29.    18%. 
HOW  BROWNING'S  FAME  WAS  DELAYED 

By  H.  W.  Temple.    Literary  Digest  15:26:May   I,  1897. 
HOW  BROWNINGS  FAME  WAS  DELAYED  TWENTY  YEARS 

By  Dean  Farrar.    Literary  Digest  14:701: April   10.   1897. 
HOW  DO  I  LOyE  THEE 

See  Music. 
HOW  ONE  OF  MRS.  BROWNING'S  BOOKS  WAS  NAMED 

By  Edmund  Gosse.    Literary  Digest  10:493 :Feb.  23.   1895. 
HOW  THEY  BROUGHT  THE  GOOD   NEWS   FROM  GHENT 

TO  AIX 

By  Browning.    In  The  Rising  Generation  39:1    and  concluded  in 

39:2:46-47.     821.88  Xmrg.   In  Japanese. 

By  Robert  Browning.    The  Sixth  Reader  of  the  Popular  Series. 

By  Marcius  Willson.    515-518. 

Commenl  on  Musical  Setting  of  Notes  and  Nei»s.    Poet  Lore  1 :6: 

294-295. 
HOW  TO  READ 

By  Arnold  Haultain.    Blackwood.    Littell's  Living  Age  208:515- 

528. 
HOWELL 

Defending  Literary  Fads.    Literary  Digest  40:1178:June  11,  1910. 
HOXIE.  H.  N. 

Address  on  Drowning.    Poet  Lore  2:1:43-47. 
HUBBARD.  ELBERT 

The    Last    Ride.     Roycroft    Edition.     Hand-painted    decorations. 

821.88  Bhl. 

Little  Journeys  to  the  Homes  of  English  Authors.    First  Edition. 

Robert  Browning.   Done  into  print  by  the  Roycrofters  at  the  Roy- 
croft Shop,  which  is  in  East  Aurora.  New  York,  U.  S.  A.     821.88 

Bhl. 
HUGHES.  CHAS. 

A    Blot   in   the   'Scutcheon.    A   Souvenir   of   the   Performance,   at 

Manchester.  March  27.  1892.     821.88  Hbs. 
HUGHES.  JAMES  L. 

Songs  of  Gladness  and  Growth.    Containing  To  a  Browning  Poem 

115.    821.88  H893. 

To  a  Browning  Poem.   Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tan- 
ner 55     821.88  Xht. 
HUGO.  VICTOR.  INFLUENCE  OF 

By  Edmund  Gosse.    Cosmopolitan  Magazine  32:633: April    1902. 
HUGO.  VICTOR— POETRY  OF 

By    Edward    Dowden.     Contemporary    Review    22: 175- 197: July 

1873. 
HUISH.  MARCUS  B. 

British  Art  at  Venice.   Nineteenth  Century  66:89-96: July  1909. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  262:404-410. 
HULL.  A.  M. 

New  Classics  for  Old.   English  Journal  6:548:Oct.  1917. 
HULL.  ELEANOR 

Stopford  Augustine  Brooke.  Fortnightly  Review  106: 449 -450: Sept. 

1916. 
HULL,  MARY  H. 

Introduction  to  Christmas  Eve.    By  Robert  Browning.    Done  into 

print  by  the  Roycrofters  at  the  Roycroft  Shop,  which  is  in  East 

Aurora.  New  York.  U.  S.  A..  1899.    821.88  Hceh. 


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HUMAN  BROTHERHOOD  IN  WHITMAN  AND  BROWNING 

A  Topical  Reading  Coune.   By  Charlotte  Porter.   Poet  Lore  10:3: 

421-424. 
HUMAN  FORM.  THE 

By  William  Smith.    New  Church  Review  1 0:342-364: July  1903. 
HUMOR 

See  J.  Cotter  Morison. 
HUMOR— CARL YLE  AND  BROWNING 

By  Jessie  M.  Anderson.    Poet  Lore  2:8:421-423. 
HUMPHREY.  LUCY  HENDERSON 

The  Poetic  Old  World.     808.1  H926. 
HUNEKER  DECLARES  THAT  GENIUS  HAS   NO  COUNTRY. 

MR. 

Current  Opinion  57:423: Dec.  1914. 
HUNT,  LEIGH 

By  F.  Warre  Cornish.    Eclectic  Magazine   127:30-40: July   1896. 

Same.   (Temple  B.)    Littell's  Living  Age  210:3-14. 
HUNT.  THEODORE  W. 

Mission  of  Literature.    Forum  24:510: Jan.  1898. 
HUNT.  W.  HOLMAN 

Characteristics  of  Smnburne's  PoetrM.   Edinburgh  Review  204:468- 

487:Oct.   1906. 

The  German  Stage.    Edinburgh  Review  204:447-467:Oct.    1906. 

Lamartine  and  Elvire.    Edinburgh  Review  205:442: April  1907. 

The  Pleiade  and  the  Elizabethans.    Edinburgh   Review  205:353- 

379:  April    1907. 

The  Pre-Raphaelite  Brotherhood,  a  Fight  for  Art.    Contemporary 

Review  98:2:702-725:Oct.  1911. 

Pre-Raphaelitism.    Edinburgh  Review  203:450-470: April  1906. 
HUNTINGTON.  ARRIA  S. 

Broii>ning's  Philosophy.    From  Memorial  Meeting  of  the  Syracuse 

Browning  Club  55-59     821.88  Bsr. 
HURLBUT.  JESSE  L. 

The  Plainsfield  Bror»ning  Club.    Poet  Lore  2:2:86-89. 
HUTCHINSON.  JONATHAN 

An  Address  Delivered  at  the  Conversazione  Held  at  the  London 

Hospital,  October  2,  1882.    Printed  by  J.  E.  Adlard,  Bartholomew 

Close.  London.  1882.     821.88  Eah. 
HUTCHINSON.  PERCY  ADAMS 

Broivning.    Bookman  9:171  :April  1899. 
HUTCHISON.  THOMAS 

Robert  Brorvning.    Homage   to   Robert   Browning,   Aleph  Tanner 

122    821.88  Xht. 
HUTTON.  JOHN  A. 

Guidance  from  Robert  Brotvning  in  Matters  of  Faith.    Oliphant, 

Anderson  &  Ferrier.  Edinburgh,  1903.     821.88  Rhg. 

HUTTON.  LAWRENCE 

Literary  Landmark^  of  Florence.     809.0455  H9846. 
Literary  Landmarks  of  Rome.     809.0456  H984. 

HUTTON.  RICHARD  HOLT 

Browning  as  a  Religious   Teacher,  Good   IVords.    Littell's  Living 

Age  184:660-665:  March  15.  1890. 

Robert  Broivning  in  Massons  In  the  Footsteps  of  the  Poets.     821.04 

M4l9i. 

Essays  Theological  and  Literar\) :  Mr.  Broivning  2:153-200     824.8 

H985  2  Vol. 


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HUTTON.  T.  W. 

The  Poet  of  the  Real.   Literary  Digest  37: 158-1 59: Aug.  1,  1908. 
HUXLEY,  HENRIETTA 

Drowning.     Homage    to    Robert    Browning,    Aleph    Tanner    112 

821.88  Xht. 
HUXLEY.  THOMAS  HENRY— A  REMINISCENCE 

By  Wilfrid  Ward.    (19th  Cent.)    Littell's  Living  Age  210:579- 

592. 

By  Wilfrid  Ward.   Nineteenth  Century  40:274-292: Aug.  1896. 
HYBRID  ART.  THE 

By  Morton  Luce.    Nineteenth  Century  70:1  :461 -475  :Sept.   1911. 
HYDE,  WM.  DE  WITT 

The  Greatest  Books  of  the  Century.    Outlook  66:801 -802  :Dec.   1. 

1900. 


I  GO  TO  PROVE  MY  SOUL 

See  Music. 
I  HAVE  A  MORE  THAN  FRIEND 

See  Music. 
I  SEND  MY  HEART  UP  TO  THEE 

See  Music. 
IBSEN  AS  A  DRAMATIST 

By  Frederick  W.  Roe.    Sewanee  Review  13:305-318. 
IBSEN— A  VIEW  OF 

By  A.  Maynard  Butler.    Contemporary  Review  81 :709-719:May 

1902. 
IBSEN— THE  INFLUENCE  OF 

Munsey's  Magazine  19:273 :May  1898. 
IBSEN  LEGEND,  THE 

Editorial.    Dial   18:259-61  :May  1.  1895. 
IDEA  OF  GOD  IN  THE  SUN,  THE 

By  Daniel  G.  Brinton.    Poet  Lore  3:5:254-257. 
IDEA  OF  PERSONALITY  AND  ART  AS  AN  INTERMEDIATE 

AGENCY    OF    PERSONALITY    AS    EMBODIED    IN 

BROWNING'S  POETRY 

In  Corson's  Introduction  to  the  Study  of  Browning's  Poetry  32-71 

821.88  Dcs. 
IDEA  OF  PERSONALITY  AS  EMBODIED  IN  ROBERT  BROWN- 
ING'S POETRY,  THE 

By   Hiram    Corson.     Berdoe's    Browning    Studies   47-75     821.88 

Vlbs. 

Same.  London  Browning  Society  Papers  3:293-321      821.88  Dbs. 
IDEAL  LITERARY  MARRIAGE,  AN 

Literary  Digest  37:426-427:Sept.  26,  1908. 
IDEAL  OF  LIFE,  BROWNING'S 

From  Santayana  on  Robert  Browning,  A  Pessimist  Criticism.    By 

Helen  Dryer  Woodward.    Poet  Lore  13:1 :97-l  11. 
IDEALISM  AS  A  PRACTICAL  CREED 

Wordsworth  and  Browning.   By  Henry  Jones.    139-192     804  J77i. 

IDEALS  OF  BEAUTY  IN  KEATS  AND  BROWNING 
By  Alice  Groff.    Poet  Lore  5:5:247-253. 


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BROWNINGIANA  173 

IDEALS  OF  POETRY.  BROWNING'S 

In   the   Study   Class.    By   Anna   Benneson    McMahan.     195-196 

807  M167. 
IDEALS  OF  WOMANHOOD  HELD  BY  BROWNING  AND  THE 

GREEK  DRAMATISTS.  THE 

By  Charlotte  Porter.    Poet  Lore  9:3:385-400. 
IDLE  READING 

By  Herbert  Paul.    Nineteenth  Century  61  :837-842:May   1907. 
IDOL  AFFECTIONS 

By  Clara  Bloomfielcl  Moore.   Homage  to  RobcTi  Drorvning,  Aleph 

Tanner  115     821.88  Xht. 
IDYLLS  AND  THE  AGES.  THE 

A  Valuation  of  Tennyson's  Idylls  of  the  King.   Elucidated  in  part 

by  comparison  between  Tennyson  and  Browning.    By  John  Frank- 
lin Genung.     821.88  Eiag. 
IF  I  LEAVE  ALL  FOR  THEE 

Elizabeth  B.  Browning.   Current  Opinion  33:584. 
IF  I  WERE  TH9U 

See  Music. 
IF  THOU  MUST  LOVE  ME 

Elizabeth  B.  Browning.    Current  Opinion  34:471. 
IF  WE  RETURN 

Letters  of  a  Soldier  in  Kitchener's  Army.    By  G.  B.  Manwaring. 

(Showing  Browning's  Influence.) 
IGDRASIL 

Asolando  (a  review).  Robert  Browning  118:March  1890     821.88. 

At   DroTi?mng's   Funeral    By   Kineton   Parkes.     109:March    1890 

821.88. 

Robert  Browning  (Poem).  By  J.  J.  Britton.  66:Feb.  1890     821.88 

Dmur. 

Robert  Browning.    By  James  Murray.    59-66  Feb.   1890     821.88 

Dmur. 
I.  H.  McL. 

Suggested  by  the  Epilogue  in  Asolando.  Homage  to  Robert  Brown- 
ing, Aleph  Tanner   134     821.88  Xht. 
IL  CENTENARIO  DELLA  NASCITA  DI  ROBERTO  BROWNING 

By  Fanny  Zampini  Salazar.    (Professore  del  R.  Instituto  Superiore 

di  Magistero  di  Roma.)     821.88  Xcs. 
ILIAD  OF  HOMER.  THE 

With  English  Notes.    By  F.  A.   Paley.    Vol.  I   Contains  Auto- 
graph of  Robert  Barrett  Browning,  and  was  Browning's  own  copy. 

Same.  Vol  II,  Autograph  of  Robert  Browning. 
ILLUSTRATED  AMERICAN.  THE 

Books  and  Literature.   By  William  S.  Walsh.  6:62:500:  April  25. 

1891     821.88. 
ILLUSTRATED  BOOKS 

Editorial.   Atlantic  Monthly  50: 846-852: Dec.  1882. 
ILLUSTRATION 

(Blackw.)    Littell's  Living  Age   112:67-79. 
ILLUSTRATIONS  TO  BROWNING'S  POEMS 

By  Ernest  Radford.    Part  I:   (a)    The  Coronation  of  the   Virgin, 

b^  Fra  Lippo  Lippi;  (b)  Andrea  Del  Sarto  and  His  Wife;  (c) 

The  Angel  and  the  Child,  from  Cuercino.    Part  II:    (a)   Andrea 

Del  Sarto  and  His  Wife;  (b)  Robert  Browning,  from  a  photograph 

by  Fradelle. 
ILLUSTRIOUS  HANDWRITING 

Eclectic  Magazine  122: 134- 1 37: Jan.   1894. 


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IMAGINATION 

The  Man  reith  the  Hoe  and  Other  Poema.    By  Edwin  Markham. 

50    811    M345mh. 

By  Edwin  Markham.   Homage  to  Robert  Broitftring,  Aleph  Tanner 

36    821.88  Xhl. 
IMAGINATION  AND  OTHER  ESSAYS 

Christmas  £ve.    By  George  MacDonald.    195-217     824.8  MI35. 
IMITATION  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

After  Robert  Browning.    By  J.  K.  Stephen.    In  a  Parody  Anthol- 

ogyf,  by  Carolyn  Wells  210     821.08  W453pa. 
IMMORTAL  RESIDUE,  THE 

By  Francis  Hackett.    New  Republic  5:312-3I3:Jan.  22.  1916. 
IMMORTALITY 

BroTvning's  Poems  on   Cod  and  Immortalit})   as  Bearing   on   Life 

Here.    By  William  F.  Revell.    London  Browning  Society  Paper* 

4:435-454    821.88  Dbs. 

By  H.  Clinton  Hay.   New  Church  Review  15:576-586:Oct.  1908. 

See  Arnold's  Hold  on  Immortality. 

See  Wright,  Merle  S. 
IMMORTALITY  OF  THE  SOUL 

In  Poems  of  Tennyson   and  Browning,  by  Henry  Jones.     821.68 

T312jb. 
IMPRESSIONS  FROM  THE  POEMS  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING. 

A  FEW 

By   Emily  Atkinson.    Profusely  illustrated.    Published  by   Kegan 

Paul,  Trench,  Trubner  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  London.     821.88  Gfa. 
IMPRESSIONS  OF  BROWNING  AND  HIS  ART 

By   Stopford    Augustine    Brooke.     Century   23    (New    Series)    45 

(Old  Series)  238-245:Dec.   1892     821.88  Hib. 
IN  A  BALCONY 

By   Robert    Browning.     Introduction    by    Laura 

Designs  by  F.  W.  Goudy  and  W.  A.  D.  Wiggins. 

&  Stevens,  Chicago,  1902.     821.88  Hib. 

Chapter  6  of  Charles  Chauncey  Shackleford's  Social  and  Literar)f 

Papers.     821.88  Dsrp. 

Facettes  of  Love,   from   Browning.    By  Daniel   G.   Brinton.    Poet 

Lore  1:1:1-27. 

London  Browning  Society  Papers  7:5*-7*.    Description  of  a  per- 
formance of  the  play.    Same  volume,  Appendix  page  6-6,  contains 

program  of  play.     821.88  Dbs  Part  7. 

By  Helen  A.  Michael.    Poet  Lore  7:3:152. 

Newspaper  clippings  concerning  performance  in  New  York,  Oct. 

1900.  May  1901,  Feb.   1892.    Clippings  51:53-55. 

Stud\f  Class.   By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.    128-130     807  Ml 67. 

By  Mrs.  Turnbull.    London  Browning  Society  Papers  5:499-502. 

See  F.  C.  Gerden.    (German  edition.)     821.88  Hbg. 
IN  A  BALCONY,  THE  TRAGIC  MOTIVE  OF 

By  Alice  Kent  Robertson.    Poet  Lore  2:6:310-314. 
IN  A  COPY  OF  AGAMEMNON  LA  SAISIAZ  AND  DRAMATIC 

IDYLS 

By  B.  P.  Shillaber.    (Mrs.  Partington.)    Homage  to  Robert  Broton- 

ing,  Aleph  Tanner  79     821.88  Xht. 

IN  A  COPY  OF  BROWNING 

By  Bliss  Carman.    More  Songs  from  Vagahondia.    Also  in  Hom- 
age to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  64-65     821.88  Xht. 
Same.  Bookman  4:23-24:Sept.   1896. 


McAdoo  Triggs. 
Langworthy 


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BROWNINGIANA  175 

IN  A  DOORWAY 

See  Music. 
IN  A  GONDOLA 

See  under  F.  C.  Gerden. 

See  Music. 
IN  A  POET'S  GARDEN 

By   Phil   Robinson.    Contemporary   Review.    Litteli's  Living   Age 

198:419-431. 
IN  ASOLO 

By  Lucy  S.  Conant.    Poet  Lore  18:2:247-258. 
IN  CAP  AND  GOWN;  THREE  CENTURIES  OF  CAMBRIDGE 

WIT 

By  Chas.  Whibley.    Athenaeum  3239:702-703  :Nov.  23,  1889. 
IN  DEFENSE  OF  CLASSICAL  STUDY 

By  Professor  Jebb.    Eclectic  Magazine   I22:l3-17:jan.   1894. 
IN  MEMORIAM 

Robert  Browning.   By  Michael  Field.   Academy  920:405 :Dec.  21. 

1889    821.88  Xman. 

Memorial  to  Robert  Browning.    Under  the  Auspices  of  the  Brown- 
ing Literary  Society  of  Boston.    (Printed  for  the  Society  by  the 

University  Press,  Cambridge.)     821.88  Bmb  33,104. 

By  Robert  Lord  Houghton.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph 

Tanner.  129     821.88  Xht. 
IN  MEMORIAM.  AFTER  FIFTY  YEARS 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  203:297-31 8  :April  1906. 
IN  MEMORIAM— ROBERT  BROWNING 

By  Rev.  John  Owen.    Homage  io  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tan- 
ner 112-114    821.88  Xht. 

By  Jeanie  Morison.    There  as  Here.     821.88  M861t. 
IN  PRAISE  OF  BROWNING 

By  Charlotte  Porter.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

43    821.88  Xht. 
IN  PRAISE  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

(On  His  Centenary.)    By  Cale  Young  Rice.    Homage  io  Robert 

Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  27     821.88  Xht. 
IN  THE  FOOTSTEPS  OF  THE  POETS 

By   Davis   Masson.    Robert   Browning   297-330;    Mrs.   Browning 

279-296    821.04  M419i. 

Same.  Introduction     11-13.     See    Brownings    Memorial.     821.88 

Bmb. 
IN  THE  GARDEN  OF  THE  VATICAN 

By  Alice  Harriman.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

94-95    821.88  Xht. 
IN  THE  POET'S  CORNER 

By   Katherine  Lee   Bates.    Homage   io  Robert  Browning,  Aleph 

Tanner  101     821.88  Xht. 
IN  WHAT  BOOK 

Editorial.    Chautauquan  7:190:Dec.   1887. 
INCIDENT  OF  THE  FRENCH  CAMP 

(Supposed   to  be   Spoken   by   one   of    Napoleon's   Soldiers.)     By 

Robert  Browning.    In  The  Rising  Generation  War  Number  51-53: 

Aug.  15.  1904    821.88  Xmrg. 

Translated  into  Japanese.    See  Rising  Generation.     821.88  Xmrg. 

INCLUDING  HORACE 

By    Louis    Untermeyer.     Integer    Vitae    as    it    might    have    been 
translated  by   Robert   Browning   7-10     811    U611h. 


176  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

Louis   Unlermeyer's  Including   Horace   7-10.    See   also  Parodies. 
811    U611h. 
INCREASING  VOGUE  OF  BROWNING,  THE 
Dial  54:447: June  1,  1913. 

INDEPENDENT 

Advice  of  a  Father  to  a  Daughter  on  Entering  College.  By  C.  F. 
Thwing.   71:473-477:Sept.  1.  1911. 

An  Actress  Who  Placed  Browning.  By  Wm.  L.  Phelps.  83: 
394:Sept.  20,  1915. 

An  American  Poet?    Editorial.   40 :2: 1303-1 304 :Oct.  11,  1888. 
Another  Book  on  Tennyson.   Editorial.  46:209-210:Feb.  15,  1894. 
Autobiography  ofM.  D.  Conway.   57 :2: 1089-1 090 :Nov.  10,  1904. 
Berdoe's  Browning  Studies.    47:2:1 920 :Nov.  28,  1895. 
Beside  a  Brool^  with  Izaa^  Walton.    By  Maurice  Thompson.    47: 
1:859-860: June  27,   1895. 

Biography  of  the  Brownings.  By  L.  Whiting.  71 :550:Sept.  7, 
1911. 

Books  on  Italy.    Editorial.    58:2:1069-71 : May  11,  1905. 
Brahma.    (Review.)     By   Dr.  J.  Lawrence   Erb.    61 :1 :400:Aug. 
16,  1906. 

Robert  Browning.    57:1214:Nov.  24,   1904. 

Same.  By  Stopford  Augustine  Brooke.  Reviewed  in  54:3:2534- 
2535  :Oct.  23,  1902. 

Same.  By  Gilbert  Keith  Chesterton.  Reviewed  in  55:3:1574- 
1575: July  2,  1903. 

Same.  Editorial.   41 :2:1689:Dec.  19,  1889. 

Same.  By  W.  Hall  Griffin  and  Harry  Christopher  Minchin.  Re- 
viewed in  71:483-484:Aug.  24.  1911. 

Same.  By  Rev.  H.  R.  Haweis,  M.  A.  44 :2: 1776-1 777  :Dec.  15, 
1892. 

Same.  By  Charles  H.  Herford.  Reviewed  in  59:457-458: Aug. 
24,  1905. 

Same.  By  Francis  A.  March,  LL.  D.    42:1  :Jan.  2,  1890. 
Same.   (Poem.)    By  Elizabeth  Phelps.    41  :2:1717:Dec.  26,   1889. 
Browning.    By  Richard  Henry  Stoddard.    42:820: June   12,   1890. 
Browning  and  Dramatic  Monologue.    (Review.)    By  S.  S.  Curry. 
65:2:1 004-5  :Oct.  29,  1908. 

Browning  and  How  to  Know  Him.  (Review.)  By  Wm.  L. 
Phelps.    84:278:Nov.  15,  1915. 

Browning  and  Whitman.  By  O.  L.  Triggs.  45:436:March  30, 
1893. 

Browning,  Elizabeth  Barrett.  By  Geo.  Perry  Morris.  60:1:501- 
504:March  1,  1906. 

Browning  Encyclopedia.  By  Edward  Berdoe.  43:2:1 489  :Oct.  8, 
1891. 

Robert  Browning:  Journeys  to  the  Home  of  English  Authors.  Re- 
view.   52:384:Feb.  8,  1900. 

Mrs.  Browning  in  Letters.  By  Richard  Henry  Stoddard.  39:1: 
737-738: June  9,  1887;  39:2:770-771  :June  16,  1887;  39:3:803- 
804: June  23,  1887.  . 

Robert  Browning  Personalia.    Review.    By  Edmund  Gosse.    42:        ' 
461: April  3,  1890. 

Browning  Theology.  By  Frederick  M.  Bird.  42:171-172:Feb.  6, 
1890. 

The  Brownings.  (Review.)  By  Lilian  Whiting.  72:1065:May 
16,  1912. 


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Broipnings  Criticism  of  Life.  (Review.)  By  Wm.  F.  Revell.  44: 
2:1452:Oct.  13.  h692. 

BroTi>mngs  Italy.  By  H.  Archibald  Clark.  63:2:1 463  :Dec.  19, 
1907. 

Browning's  Love  Letters.  Editorial.  51 :833-34: March  23,  1899. 
Broisnings  Life  and  Letters.  Editorial.  43: 1022-23: July  9,  1891. 
Robert  Broi»ning*s  Shorter  Poems.  Review.  42:526: April  17, 
1890. 

Caucus  of  Authors.  By  Thomas  Wenlworlh  Higginson.  42:2: 
1118:Aug.   14,   1890. 

The  Centenar\f  of  P.  B.  Shelleyf.  By  Kenyon  West.  44:2:1082- 
83: Aug.  4,  1892. 

The  Complete  Poetic  and  Dramatic  Works  of  Robert  Broifining. 
(Review.)    47:2:1 442  :Oct.  1895. 

Concerning  High  Water  Marias.  By  Thomas  Wentworth  Higgin- 
son. 42:205-206:Feb.  13,  1890. 

By  Gerda  Dalliba.  Reference  to  Browning  Club.  Independent 
67:2:880-81. 

Days  with  Poets.   69:693:Sept.  29.  1910. 

A  Decade  of  Poetry.  By  Susan  H.  Ward.  51  :814-816:March 
23,  1899. 

Dictionary  of  National  Biography.  (Review.)  54:226-227: Jan. 
23,  1902. 

English  Notes.  By  James  Payn.  41  :2: 1042: Aug.  15,  1889;  41: 
2:1375-6:Oct.  24,  1889;  42:237-238:Feb.  20,  1890;  43:144-145: 
Jan.  29.  1891;  46:321  :March  15.  1894. 

English  Quarterly  Reviews.    Editorial.    42:752:May  29.  1890. 
Essays  and  Reviews.    (Review.)    By  Joseph  Jacobs.   43: 1068: July 
16.  1891. 

Ethics  of  Robert  Browning.  By  Hjalmar  Hjorth  Boyesen.  40:2: 
1595-1596:Dec.  13.  1888. 

Dr.  Everett's  Essays.    Editorial.    54:1 :515:Feb.  27.   1902. 
Fame  of  Tennyson.    By  Henry  Van  Dyke.    42:66: Jan.  16.  1890. 
A  Few  Words  on  Robert  Browning.    (Review.)    43:498:April  2, 
1891. 

Fitzgerald's  New  Letters.   Editorial.    54:1 :753:March  27.  1902. 
Florence  in  Browning's  Poetry.  57:2: 1093-1 094: Nov.  10,  1904. 
Formative  Types  in  English  Poetry.    (Review.)    By  George  Her- 
bert Palmer.    97:381  : March  15,  1919. 

From  Browning  to  Bridge.  By  Susanne  Wilcox.  70:505-510: 
March  9,   1911. 

Genius  in  Classes.    57:452: Aug.  25,  1904. 

Good  American  Poets.    Editorial.    70:468-470: March  2,  1911. 
Good  BooJis  for  a  Small  Library.    Editorial.    61 :2:1180:Nov.  15, 
1906. 

Gossips  of  the  Century.    Editorial.    44:2:1451-2:Oct.  13,  1892. 
Holiday   Books.    By  W.   A.   Bowdoin.    63:2:1 468-75  :Dec.    19. 
1907. 

Holiday  Books  of  the  Year.    69:1 250 :Dec.  8.  1910. 
Kipling's  Traffic  and  Discoveries.   57:921  :Oct.  20.  1904. 
The  Last  Ride  Together.    By  R.  Browning.    61 :2: 1402-03  :Dec. 
13,  1906. 

A  Letter  from  Browning  About  In  a  Balcony.  By  P.  R.  Reynold*. 
43:2:1748.49:Nov.  26.  1891. 

Letters  of  Dr.  John  Brown.  65:1 :493:Aug.  27.  1908. 
Letters  of  P.  B.  Shelley  with  Introductory  Essay  by  Robert  Brown- 


178  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

ing.    (Review.)    71 :321  :Aug.  10.  1911. 

Letters  on  Literature.    By  Andrew  Lang.    39:l:72:Jan.  20,  1887. 

Life  of  Robert  Drowning.    (Review.)    By  W.  Hall  Griffin.    70: 

100:Jan.  12.  1911. 

Literary   and   Biographical  Essa\)3.     (Review.)     By   Chas.    Wm. 

Pearson.    65:2: 1069: Nov.  5.   1908. 

Literary  Career  of  Robert  Broivning.    (Review.)  By  Thomas  R. 

Lounsbury.    72:1065:May   16.   1912. 

Literary  Half  Acres.   By  Maurice  Thompson.    44:2: 1545-46: Nov. 

3,  1892. 

Literary    Notes.     57:2:1216:Nov.    24,    1904;    66:1402:June    24, 

1909;    39:l:176:Feb.    10,    1887;    41  :2:1659:Dec.    12.    1889;    51: 

141:Jan.   12.   1899. 

Same.  Tennyson's    reference    to    sale    of    Love    Letters.     74:591 : 

March  13.  1913. 

Same.  Reference  to  the  size  of  Browning's  Production.   41 :2:1154: 

Sept.  5.  1889. 

Literature.    Editorial.    67:880-881 : Oct.  14,  1909. 

Literature:  A  Mysterious  Novel.    Editorial.    53:1 :619:March  14, 

1901. 

Lord   Tennyson's  Last  Poetry.    Editorial.    44:2:1469-1470.1598: 

Oct.  20.  1892. 

Lucid  Literature.  By  J  no.  Burroughs.   52:928-930:  April  19.  1900. 

Maeterlinck  and  Broivning.    By  William  Lyon  Phelps.    55:1  :552- 

554:March  5,   1903;    55:2: 1398- 1400: June   11,    1903. 

Mdsterpiece  of  English  Literature.    (Review.)    47:2: 1205: Sept.  5, 

1895. 

Modern   Poets    and    Christian    Education.     Editorial.     62:1:734: 

March  28.   1907. 

Wm.  Morris    iVen>  Book.    Editorial.    41  :2:1314:Oct.  10.  1889. 

Nen>  Edition  of  the  Poetical  Works  of  Robert  Broivning.   Editorial. 

40:2:884:July  12.  1888. 

New  Poem  by  Robert  Broivning.    By  William  Hayes  Ward.    76: 

212:Oct.  1913. 

neNen>  Poeir}?.    Editorial.    78:342  :June  1.  1914. 

The  Optimism  of  Browning  and  Meredith.    By  A.  C.  Pigou.   Lit- 

tell's  Living  Age  246:41 5-422: Aug.  12.  1905. 

Origin  of  Two  Popular  Poems.   By  Margaret  J.  Preston.  43:1265: 

Aug.  27.  1891. 

Parleying    With    Certain   People.     Editorial.     39:l:591:May    12, 

1887. 

Personal,  Dramatic,  Romances  and  Lyrics.    Editorial  Notes.    71  :l  : 

397-399:Aug.  24.  1911. 

Personalities.   Editorial.   40:1  :616:May  17,  1888. 

Personalities  From  the  Athenaeum.  42: 176: Feb.  6,  1890. 

Personalities  of  Robert  Browning.   By  Margaret  J.  Preston.   43:2: 

1703-4:Nov.  19,  1891. 

Philosophical  and  Religious  Teacher.    (Review.)    By  Henry  Jones, 

M.  A.    43:2:1 488 :Oct.  8,  1891. 

Pippa  Passes.    By  Robert  Browning.    54:3:3009: Dec.  18,  1902. 

Poems  on  Several  Occasions.    By  Austin  Dobson.    42:190:Feb.  6, 

1890. 

A  Poet  and  His  Minister.    By  Rev.  F.  W.  Gunsaulus.   39:1 :553: 

May  5.  1887. 

Poetic  and  Dramatic  Works.    Editorial.    39:l:622:May  19.  1887. 

Poetical  Works  of  Robert  Browning.    Editorial.    41 :1 :541  :April 

25.  1889. 


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Same.   Review.    46 :2: 1658-1 659  :Dec.  20.  1894. 

Poetr}}   and  About  It.    By   Edwin   E.   Slosson.    98: 224-227: May 

10,    1919. 

Poctr)f  and  Criticism.    Editorial.    54:1  :460-461  : Feb.  20,  1902. 

Poetr}ffor  Vacation.  Editorial.   59:1 :399:Aug.  17.  1905. 

Poetry,  Good,  Bad,  and  Indifferent.   Editorial.   41  :2:1398:Oct.  24. 

1889. 

Poetr}f  of  Tomorrow.    By  Bliss  Carman.   44:2:1546:Ncrv.  3,  1892. 

The  Portion  of  Labor.    Editorial.    54:1  :345.346: Feb.  6,  1902. 

Posthumous   Misfortunes  of   Authors.    By   Ethelbert  D.   Warfield. 

43:1233-34:Aug.  20.  1891. 

A    Primer  of  Browning.     (Review.)     By   Mary    Wilson.     Recent 

Verse  Ed.    44:314:March  3,  1892. 

Prophecy^  and  Poetry.   Studies  in  Isaiah  and  Browning.    (Review.) 

By  Rev.  Arthur  Rcvgers.    68:705  :March  31,   1910. 

Prospects  of  English  Poetrv.    By  Geo.  Saintsbury.    56:432-5  :Fcb. 

25,  1904. 

Recent   Views  of  Christ.    Editorial.    61  :2:1058:Nov.    1.   1906. 

Reference  to  a   Tablet  Erected  to   One   of  Browning's  Ancestors. 

Editorial.    54:2:1313:May  29,  1902. 

Science  versus  Literature.     By   Ed.   E.   Slosson,   Ph.  D.    69:1440- 

1442:Dec.  29,  1910. 

Selected  Poems  of  Browning.    By  A.  J.  George.    Review.    59:2: 

1350:Dec.  7,  1905. 

Shakespere's    Spelling.     By    G.    S.    Wood.     62:2: 1072- 1074: May 

9,  1907. 

Shelburne  Essays.    (Review.)    By  Paul  E.  More.    59:2: 1 1 12:Nov. 

9.  1905. 

A  Soliloqun  of  Aeschylus.    By  Robert  Browning.    (See  New  Poem 

by  Robert  Browning  on  212.)    76:213:Oct.  30,  1913. 

5ome  Higher  Ministries  of  Recent  English  Poetry.    (Review.)    By 

F.  W.  Gunsaulus.    63  :2:1002:Oct.  24,  1907. 

Some  Recent  Musical  Literature.   Editorial.   41  :2: 1694-95  :Dec.  19, 

1889. 

Mr.  Stedmans  Latest  Book-    Editorial.    44:2:1712:Dec.   1,   1892. 

Smart's   Song    to    David.     By    Edmund    Gosse.     39:2:935-6: July 

28,  1887. 

Studies  of  English  Mystics.    St.   Margaret's  Lectures.     (Review.) 

By  Ralph  Inge,  M.  A.    61  :1  :217:July  26,  1906. 

Study  of  Browning.    Editorial.    54:3:2534-35:Oct.  23,  1902. 

A  Study  of  Tennyson.    Editorial.    46:2:961 -962: July  26.  1894. 

Summer  Books  of  Work  and  Play.    66: 1244: June  3.  1909. 

Tales  from  Ten  Poets.    (Review.)     By  H.  S.  Morris.    44:2:1755: 

Dec.  8.  1892. 

Tomorrow's  Poetrxi.    By   Maurice  Thompson.    -K):2: 1393  : Nov.    1, 

J888. 

Unpublished  Letter  of  Robt.  Browning.    By  Moncure  D.  Conway. 

47:l:681:May  23,    1895. 

Victorian   Anthology.     (Review.)     By   Stedman.    47:2: 1580: Nov. 

21,  1895. 

What  and  How   to  Read.    By  Frederick  Saunders.    41:1:162-3: 

Feb.  7.  1889. 

Willful  Sadness   in  Literature.    By  Louise  Imogene  Guiney.    44: 

681:May  19.  1892. 

Years  Holiday  Books.    61  :2: 1402-03  :Dec.   13,   1906. 


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INDIA  MOVING  CHRISTWARD 

By  Harold  Begbie.    Literary  Digest  48:1 :68-69: Jan.  10,  1914. 

INDUCTIVE    STUDIES    IN    BROWNING    FOR    SECONDARY 
SCHOOLS,  COLLEGES  AND  LITERATURE  CLUBS 
By  H.  C.  Peterson.     821.88  Dip. 

INFLUENCE  OF  CATULLUS,  THE 

By  Herbert  Paul.   Nineteenth  Century  61 :  163-1 72: Jan.  1907. 

INFLUENCE  OF  ITALY  ON  THE  POETRY  OF  THE  BROWN- 
INGS. THE 

By  Mrs.  Arthur  Harter  (Ethel  de  Fonblanque).     Fortnightly  Re- 
view 92:327-344:  Aug.  1909. 

INFLUENCE  OF  THE  AUTHORIZED  VERSION  ON  ENGLISH 
LITERATURE 
By  B.  A.  Greene.-  Biblical  World  37:391-401  : June  1911. 

INFLUENCE  OF  THE  BIBLE  IN  LITERATURE 

By  Henry  Van  Dyke.   Century  80 :888-895  :Oct.  1910. 

INGE.  RALPH 

Studies   in   English   Mystics;   St.    Margaret's   Lectures    (Review). 
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IN  RE  CALIBAN 

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INSPIRED   LITTLE   CREATURE   AND   THE   POET   WORDS- 
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INTERNATIONAL  RELATIONS  TO  AUTHORS 

Editorial.    Century  55:313-314:Dec.  1897. 
INTERNATIONAL  REVIEW 

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/^evien>  of  the  Inn  Album.    By  Bayard  Taylor.    3:402-413. 
INTERPRETATION  OF  BROWNING'S  IXION.  AN 

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INTERPRETATIONS  OF  POETRY  AND  RELIGION.  THE 

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INTERPRETATION  OF  ROMANTIC  LOVE,  BROWNING'S 

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Willis  Cooke.    Poet  Lore  6:5:225-238. 

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AN 

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INTRODUCTION  TO  THE  STUDY  OF  BROWNING,  AN 

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POETRY,  AN 

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INVENTION  IN  LITERATURE 

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IS  SHAKESPEARE  SELF-REVEALED? 

By    Edward    Dowden.     Contemporary    Review    96:342-561  :Nov. 

1909. 
IS  SHE  NOT  PURE  GOLD? 

See  Music. 
IS  VERSE  IN  DANGER? 

By  Edmund  Gosse.    Forum  10:517:Jan.  1891. 
ISAIAH  AND  BROWNING 

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ISBELL,  LOLA 

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ISLINGTON  GAZETTE 

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ITALIAN 

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tologia  16:May   1920.    By  Fanny  Zampini  Salazar.     821.88  Xcs. 

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tologia  (Littell's  Living  Age  219:35-40). 

Nencioni,  Sasgi  Critici  di  Literature  Inglese. 
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ITALIAN  IN  ENGLAND.  THE 

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ITALIAN  LITERATURE  19th  CENTURY.  THE 

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By  Helen  Zimmern.    (Blackw.)    Littell's  Living  Age  193:451-465. 
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A  Study  of  Italian  Life  and  Art  in   Browning.     By   Helen   A. 

Clarke.    821.88  Hci. 

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Luria — Its  Story  and  Motive.   By  Henry  S.  Pancoast.    Poet  Lore 

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view 92  (New  Series)  327-344. 

ITALY.  POEMS  OF  BROWNING  ON 

By  L.  H.  Humphrey.    The  Poetic  Old  World.     808.1  H926. 
By  George  Hyde  WoUaston.    The  Englishman  in  Italy.     821.88 
W863. 

ITALY'S  WOMEN  WRITERS 

By  Luigi  D.  Ventura.    Chautauquan  8: 590-592: July  1888. 

IVAN  IVANOVITCH 

Mr.  Browning's  Dramatic  Idylls.   From  Contemporary  Review  289- 

302:  May   1839. 

Comparison  of  Porphyrias  Lover,  A  Forgiveness  and  Ivan  Ivano- 

viich.    By  Morris  Jastrow,  Jr.    Poet  Lore  2:5:282. 

Study  Class.    By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.    201     807  Ml 67. 

IXION.  AN  INTERPRETATION  OF  BROWNING'S 
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By  George  D.  Latimer.    Poet  Lore  4:5:243-54. 


J.  A.  H.     . 

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483-492. 

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208. 


Wireless  Telegraphy  and  Brain   Waves.    Nineteenth  Century  45: 

857-864:  May   1899. 
JACOBS,  JOSEPH 

Ceorge  Eliot,  Matthew   Arnold,  Browning,  Newman.    Browning 

95-115    820.4  J 17. 

Essays  and  Reviews.     (Reviews.)     Independent  43: 1068: July   16, 

1891. 

The  Paths  of  Glory.    Fortnightly  Review  73:68: Jan.  1900. 
JACQUES  JASMIN 

By  Harriet  W.  Preston.   Atlantic  Monthly  37:34-42: Jan.  1876. 
JAM  POT,  THE 

By  Rudyard  Kipling.   After  Robert  Browning.   In  A  Parody  An- 
thology.   By  Carolyn  Wells.    210     82 1 .08  W453pa. 
JAMES,  GEORGE  WHARTON 

Browning's  Message  to  Artists  and  Craftsmen  of  Today.    Crafts- 
man 149-151  :Nov.  1903. 

Jenkin   Lloyd    Jones    and   His    Master    Worl^,    Abraham    Lincoln 

Center.    Arena  37:380: April    1907. 
JAMES,  HENRY 

Atlantic  Monthly  55: 702-705:  May   1855. 

Browning  in   Westminster  Abbey.      (Typewritten)     821.88  Bwa. 


BROWNINGIANA  165 

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Essa}fs  on  London  and  Elsewhere:  (1)  Browning  in  Westminster 

Abbe]f:  (2)  On  the  Drama  of  Robert  Browning.     820.4  J272. 

A  Light  Man.   Galaxy  8:49-68: July  1869. 

Madonna    of    the    Future.     Atlantic    Monthly    31  :276-297:March 

1873. 

Middle   Years.    Scribner's  Magazine  62:609-61 5  :Nov.    1917. 

The   Novel    in    The   Ring   and   the   Book-     (Quarterly    Review.) 

Littell's  Living  Age  274:451-463. 

On  A   Drama  of  Robert  Browning.    Views   and  Reviews  41-47 

820.4  J27v. 

IVilliam  Wetmore  Story  and  His  Friends.    For  numerous  reference 

to  the  Brownings  see  index. 

JAMES  LEE  VII   (Among  the  Rocks) 

By  Robert  Browning.  Kaicho  On,  129-131.  Translated  into  Jap- 
anese by  Bin  Uyeda.     821.88  Xku. 

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Vlbs. 

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Contemporary  Review  104:454:Sept.  1913:Literary  Supplement. 
Ideal  Womanhood  in  the  Masterpieces  of  Dante,  Goethe  and  Rob- 
ert  Browning.    See   Modern  Poet   Prophets.     By   Wm.    Norman 
Guthrie.    804  G984m  (copy  1). 
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JAPANESE 

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821.88  Gjh. 

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at  the  Spring,  Summum  Bonum.  821.88  Xku. 
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tains translation  into  Japanese  of  Mesmerism.  By  Iwano  Homei. 
820.8  S933J. 

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808.1  K75. 

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Translated  and  interpreted  by  Takeshi  Saito,  in  Japanese.  821.88 
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Same.  Translated  into  Japanese  with  exposition  by  Takeshi  Saito. 
821.88  Hsas. 

Rising  Generation :  Two  Poets  of  Croisic,  Incident  of  the  French 
Camp,  Count  Gismond  Aix  in  Provence,  Mule^l^ah,  Echetlos,  The 
Lost  Leader,  Evelyn  Hope,  Love  Among  the  Ruins,  The  Glove, 
My  Last  Duchess,  Tray,  How  They  Brought  the  Good  News 
From  Ghent  to  Aix,  Through  the  Metidja  to  Abd-el-Kadr  821.88 
Xmrg. 

JAPANESE  POETRY 

By   Elizabeth   Balch.    Poet   Lore    14:4:83-94: 

JASTROW.  JR..  MORRIS 

Ivan  Ivanovitch.    Poet  Lore  2:5:282. 

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Jan.  1894. 

Translations  into  Cree}(  and  Latin  Verse.  (Second  Edition.) 
Brownings  Aht  Vogler  2-15     808.8  J44tc. 

Translations.    The  Lost  Leader  rendered  in  Latin  356-357     808.8 
G44t. 
JENNINGS,  MRS.  A.  G. 

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JERROLD,  BLANCHARD 

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Jewish  Affinities.    Poet  Lore  2:2:109-1 1 1. 

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7:74:1 19:April   1890. 

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JEWETT,  JOHN  HOWARD 

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JEWISH  ENCYCLOPEDIA 

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JEWISH  LIFE  AND  THOUGHT 

The  Study  Class.    By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.    199-200     807 

Ml  67. 
JOAN  OF  ARC,  AND  BROWNING 

Poet  Lore  9:1:88. 
JOCHANAN  HAKKADOSH.  BROWNING  ON 

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JOCOSERIA 

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Place,  1883.    (All  rights  reserved.)    First  edition.     821.88  Hjl. 

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St.    The  Riverside  Press,  Cambridge,  1883.    Autographed  "E.  O. 

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By  Richard  Watson  Gilder.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph 

Tanner  84     821.88  Xht. 


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By  John  Sharpe.    London  Browning  Society  Papers  5:93-97  Ab- 
stracL 
JOHNSON.  MRS.  ANNIE  E. 

At  King's  Chapel.    Homage  to  Robert  BroVfning,  Aleph  Tanner 
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Xht. 

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Italian  Rhapsody  and  Other  Poems  of  Italxf.   Containing  Browning 

at  Asolo.    (Inscribed  to  his  friend,  Mrs.  Arthur  Bronson.)   17. 

JOHNSON.  W.  H. 

A  New  Book  About  Hawthorne.   Dial  35:466-67:Dec.  16.  1903. 

JOHNSON.  W.  K. 

Ciacoma  Leopardi — Poet  Philosopher.    Fortnightly  Review  70:21 : 
July  1898. 

JONES.  HENRY 

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203-220    821.88  Vbp. 
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Maclehose  &  Sons.  Glasgow,  1899     821.88  Rjb. 
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Same.  (Review.)    Independent  43:2:1 488  :Oct.  8.   1891. 
Same.  Nation  53:92:1891. 

Browning's  Inn  Album.    Nation  22:49-50: Jan.  20.   1876. 
Idealism  As  a  Practical  Creed.   Chapt  5.  Wordsworth  and  Brown- 
ing 139-192    804  J77i. 

Same.  Reviewed  by  Mary  Lloyd.    Annals  of  American  Academy 
34:182-183.620-621  :Nov.  1909. 

The   Immortality    of    the    Soul    in    the   Poems    of    Tennyson    and 
Browning.    821.88  T312jb. 
Same.  Second  Copy. 

JONES.  JAMES  WILEY 

A  Stud^  in  Browning's  Men.  Submitted  to  the  Faculty  of  George- 
town College  for  the  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts.  1910     821.88  Pjm. 

JONES.  JENKIN  LLOYD 

The   U ncalculating  Saul.    Boston   Browning  Society   Papers   130- 

152     821.88  Vbp. 

At  the  Free  Religious  Association  of  America,  1899.     821.88. 

JENKIN  LLOYD  J9NES.  AND  HIS  MASTER  WORK 

Abraham  Lincoln  Center.   By  George  Wharton  James.   Arena  37: 
380:  April  1907. 

JONES.  JOHN 

A  Parody  on  Robert  Browning  James  Lee's  Wife.    In  the  Hep- 
talogia.    By  Algernon  Charles  Swinburne.     821.8  S978h. 


188  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

JONES,  THOMAS 

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J79. 
JOSE— MARIA  DE  HEREDIA 

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84:1 082  :Dec.  1905. 
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Diar^  of  a  Journey  in  America  in  1805.    By  Daniel  Swift  Burr. 

3:452:Fall  Number  1919. 

Literature  Leader  of  the  People.    By  Prof.  Kuno  Francke.    4:20: 

First  Quarter  1910. 
JOURNAL  OF  NEGRO  HISTORY 

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ley.    3:22-28:Jan.  1918. 
JOURNAL  OF  THE  RpBERT  BROWNING  GUILD 

Director,  Mr.  Sivori  Levey.    Sanders,  Phillips  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  Lon- 
don.   1  :2. 

January,   1914,  to  June,   1915,   and  R.  B.  G.    Theatre,  London, 

The  First  Director,  Mr.  Sivori  Levey.    Sanders,  Phillips  &  Co., 

Ltd.,  London. 
JOURNAL,  THE  PEOPLE'S 

Browning's    Bells    and    Pomegranates.     By    Henry    F.    Chorley. 

821.88  Dpj. 

Co/omfce's  BiVlWap.  By  Henry  F.  Chorley.    104-106     821.88  Dpj. 

Pippa  Passes.    By  Henry  F.  Chorley.    38-40     821.88  Dpj. 
JOURNEY  OF  CHILDE  ROLAND,  THE 

By  R.  J.  Gratz.    Poet  Lore  2:11  :578-85. 
JOY-ELEMENT  OF  BROWNING,  THE 

By  Mary  Phelps.    Poet  Lore  15:2:95-115. 
JOY,  JAMES  RICHARD 

English  Poems   on   Creelf  Literature.     Chautauquan    17:272-273: 

June  1893. 
JULES  AND  DU  MAURIER'S  LITTLE  BILLEE,  BROWNING'S 

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JULIUS    CEASAR    AND    STRAFFORD:      A    COMPARATIVE 

STUDY 

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JUSSERAND,  ON  PROF. 

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JUSSERAND,  PROFESSOR 

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(Summum  Bonum.)    By  Bin  Uyeda.    Late  Professor  of  English, 
Imperial  University  of  Kyoto.    (In  Japanese)     821.88  Xku. 

KANSAS,  BULLETIN  OF  THE  UNIVERSITY  OF 

Browning  and  Italian  Art  and  Artists.    By  Pearl  Hogrefe.    Hum- 
anistic Studies  May  15,  1914     821.88  Lhi. 

KARSHISH.  EPISTLE  OF 

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BROWNINGIANA  189 

KASSNER,  RUDOLF 

Englische  Dichter.    Robert  Browning  155-187. 
KAULBACH.  H. 

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Leslie's  Magazine  44:157. 
KAY.  CHARLES  DE 

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KEATS.  JOHN 

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KEATS 

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KEEPERS.  EMMA  B. 

To  the  Broroning  Hands.   Year  Book  of  Los  Angeles  Club  1916- 

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KEETON.  A.  E. 

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KELLOGG.  MINNIE  D. 

The    Characteristics   of   the   Novelist   in    Robert   Bror»ning.    The 

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KELLY.  WILLIAM  V. 

Introduction  to  The  Best  of  Broivning.  By  James  Mudge.  821.88 
Xm. 

KENDALL.  JOSHUA 

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KENNEDY.  EVA  MARIE 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.  Magazine  of  Poetry  5:2:161-162: 
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KENNEDY.  WILLIAM  SLOANE 

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KENSAN.  SEISHO 

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KENYON.   FREDERIC  G. 

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1906. 

Robert  Broroning.    Athenaeum  4410:491  :May  4.  1912. 
Robert  Browning  and  Alfred  Domett.     821.88  Bdk. 
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Introduction  to  The  IVor^s  of  Robert  Broivning.  Centenary  Edi- 
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Letters  of  E.  B.  Broi»ning.  Athenaeum  3654: 627 -628: Nov.  6, 
1897. 

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821.88  Bor2. 

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TVeU)  Poems.    By  Robert  Browning  and  Elizabeth  Barrett  Brown- 
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Review  of  the  New  Poems  of  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Browning. 
Contemporary  Review  107:667-669: May  1915. 
Of  the  Browning  Mss.    Cornhill   Magazine    166- 174: Aug.    1913 
82 1 .88  Amss. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  278:733-738. 
KENYON,  JOHN 

A  Da^  at  Tivoli.  Dedicated  to  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning  and 
Robert  Browning.     821.8  K37. 

KER.  WILLIAM  PATON 

Essa^  on  Browning  in  Essays  and  Studies  by  members  of  the  Eng- 
lish Association  collected  by  Andrew  Cecil  Bradley.  The  Queen's 
Lecture  given  at  Queen's  College,  London,  March  2,  1910.  (Type- 
written)    821.88  Dkb. 

KERNAHAN.  COULSON 

Wise  Men  and  a  Fool   Athenaeum  3841  :718-720:June  8,  1901. 

KERNOCHAN.  MARSHALL 
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KHAYYAM,  OMAR.  AND  FITZGERALD— THE  REAL  FACTS 
IN  REGARD  TO 
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KIDDER   S    T 

V/i"e  Use  of  Like  and  As.    Dial  61 :452:Nov.  30,  1916. 

KIMBALL.  KATE  FISHER 

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KINDAI.  SHIKASHU 

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taining Parting  at  Morning  and  Meeting  at  Night,  by  Robert 
Browning.    In  Japanese.     808.1    K75. 

KING  CHARLES 

See  Music. 

KING.  JOS. 

On  Prince  Hohenstiel-Schwangau.  London  Browning  Society 
Papers  2:349-362     821.88  Dbs. 

KINGSLAND,  WILLIAM  G. 

Robert  Browning — An  Essa^.     821.88  Ekp. 

Robert  Browning  as  a  Letter  Writer.    Poet  Lore  7:5:225-240. 

Annals  of  a  Quiet  Browning  Club.    Poet  Lore  8:2:78-84. 

Robert  Browning — Chief  Poet  of  the  Age.    An  Essay.    Addressed 

Primarily  to  Beginners  in  the  Study  of  Browning's  Poems.  No.  27 

of  Thirty  Copies.  J.  W.  Jarvis  &  Son.  London,  1887     821.88  Ekj. 

Same.  New  Edition.    With  Biographical  and  other  Additions.    J. 

W.  Jarvis  &  Sons,  London,  1887     821.88  Dkr. 

Same.  Poet  Lore  1:11:535. 

Chief  Poet  of  the  Age.    Criticism.    By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet 

Lore  2:4:208-209. 

Robert  Browning — The  Man.    Poet  Lore  5:5:229-236. 


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Brorvning  Rarities.    Poet  Lore  6:5:264-68. 
Cathedral  Imagery  in  Poetry.    Poet  Lore  6:5:279-80. 
Devotional  Poems.    Elizabeth  Barrett  Brotttning    70;     Tribute    to 
Bror»ning  73-74    821.88. 

Essay  on  Robert  Bro7i>ning,  Dec.  1886.  Homage  to  Robert  Bron>n- 
ing,  Aleph  Tanner  61      821.88  Xht. 

Excerpts  from  a  Sheaf  of  Broivning  Letters.  Poet  Lore  4:5:233- 
238. 

An  Instance  of  Shal^espearean  BroJi>ningese.  Poet  Lore  4:10:233- 
238. 

Letters  by  Robert  Brorvning.  Literary  Digest  14:425-27:Feb.  6, 
1897. 

Same.  Poet  Lore  9:1:83-94. 
Literary  Dilettanteism.    Poet  Lore  6:10:512. 

Literary  Treasures  Unearthed.  Mrs.  Browning's  Opinion  on  Ten- 
nyson.   Poet  Lore  8:1  :23-27. 

Nen)  Brotoning  Letters  and  Mrs.  Orrs  Life.  Poet  Lore  3:10:522- 
528. 

Notes  and  Nervs:  London  Literaria.  Poet  Lore  3:12:649-650;  4: 
2:105-107;  4:10:524-27;  5:11:587-89;  5:12:644-46;  7:8&9: 
469-71;  7:11:581-84;  10:1:149-52;  4:12:647;  7:1:48-55. 
Notes  and  Nejvs:  Our  London  Letter.  Poet  Lore  1  :8:389-92;  1 : 
9:441-45;  1:10:491-93;  1:11:542-44;  1:12:589-592;  2:7:386- 
89;  2:9:493-96;  2:11:609-12;  2:5:283-287;  3:3:281-284  (on 
Pauline);  5:1:53. 

Personal  Recollection  of  Bron>mng.    Poet  Lore  2:3:130-33. 
Reviewed.    Browning's  Message   to   Time.    Dr.   Berdoe,  in  Netvs 
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Ruslfin's  Letters   to  Chesneau :   a  Record  of  Literary  Friendship. 
Poet  Lore  7:6&7:349-356. 
Shelley  and  Godwin.    Poet  Lore  10:3:389-97. 
Some  Browning  Memories.   Contemporary  Review  102:1:202-210: 
Aug.  1912. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  275:220-227. 

Strafford,  Foster's  Life  of:  Is  It  Foster's  or  Browning's?  Pocl 
Lore  6:11:555-59. 

On  the  Attainment  of  His  70th  Birthday.    Manuscript  furnished 
by  author.     Sonnet  originally  published  by  Islington  Gazette. 
Reminiscent:  (1)  19  Warwick  Crescent,  (2)  29  De  Vere  Gardens. 
In  manuscript. 

To  the  Memory  of  Robert  Browning.  May  7,  1912.  Poem  begins: 
Browning  is  There — the  sane,  the  strong.  In  manuscript,  not  yet 
published. 

KINGSLEY,  TRENCH,  BURBIDGE  AND  CLOUGH 

Recent  Poetry.    Eclectic  Magazine  20: 166- 177: June  1850. 
KING  VICTOR  AND  KING  CHARLES 

First    Edition    in    Bells    and    Pomegranates    1      821.88    Hpsv    (2 

copies) . 

Athenaeum  757:376-378: April  30,  1842. 

Suggestions  for  Discussion  of.    By  P.  A.  C.    Poet  Lore  2:4:198- 

199. 

KINNEY.  ELIZABETH  C. 

A  Day  With  the  Brewings  at  Pratilino.  Scribner's  Magazine  1 : 
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KINSEI  EIBUNGAKU  (STUDIES  IN  MODERN  ENGLISH  LITER- 
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Translated  into  Japanese  by  Iwano  Homei.    Contains  Mesmerism. 

820.8  S933J. 
KINSHIP  OF  ROBERT  AND  ELIZABETH  BARRETT  BROWN- 
ING AS  ILLUSTRATED  IN  THEIR  POEMS 

Poet  Lore   15:3:106-107. 
KIPLING,  ECHOES  AND  GROWTH  IN 

By  B.  A.  Heydrick.    Poet  Lore   14:1:84-94. 
KIPLING,  EDWIN  MARKHAM'S  ESTIMATE  OF 

Literary  Digest  26:11  :Jan.  3,  1903. 
KIPLING,  RUDYARD 

Anthology).    By  Carolyn  Wells.    206     821.08  W453pa. 

The  Flight  of  the  BucJiet.    After  Robert  Browning.    In  A  Parody 

The  Jam  Pot.   After  Robert  Browning.    In  A  Parody  Anthology. 

By  Carolyn  Wells.    210     821.08  W453pa. 
KIPLING,  RUDYARD— THE  HANDBOOKING  OF 

New  York  Sun.    Current  Opinion  58:48: Jan.   1915. 
KIPLING,  RUDYARD,  THE  POETRY  OF 

By  DeLancy  Ferguson.    Forum  50:397-403  :Sept.  1913. 
KIPLINGS  TRAFFIC  AND  DISCOVERIES 

Independent  57:921:1904. 
KIRK,  J.  F.,  JR. 

Asolando,  More  Browning  Queries  on.    Poet  Lore  3:2:159-62. 
KIRKMAN,  J. 

Introductory  Address  to  the  Broivning  Society.    London  Browning 

Society  Papers  2:171-190     821.88  Dbs. 

Same.  Berdoe's  Bromning  Studies  1-20     821.88  Vlbs. 

Same.   (Oct.  28,  1881,  at  University  College,  London.)     (Printed 

Separately.)     821.88  Eak. 
KISS  POETICAL,  THE 

By  Norman  Pearson.    Fortnightly  Review  82:293-303: Aug.   1904. 
KNAPP,  GEORGE  L. 

Shelley.    Lippincott's  Magazine  80:381. 
KNIGHT.  WILLIAM 

Same.  Nineteenth  Century  39:257-266:Feb.    1896. 

The    Robert   Broivning    Centenary    Celebration.     At    Westminster 

Abbey  May  7,  1912.  Edited  with  an  Introduction  and  Appen- 
dices.   Smith,  Elder  &  Co.,  London,  1912.     821.88  Bkc. 

Criticism  as  Theft.    Eclectic  Magazine  126:358-364: March  1896. 

By  Edward  Burne-Jones.    Fortnightly  Review  86:680:Oct.   1906. 

Retrospects.    69-101. 

George  Frederick  Walts.    Fortnightly  Review  82:440-41, 449  :Sept. 

1904. 
KNORR,  HELEN 

Richard  Hoveys  Promise  and  Wor\.    Poet  Lore  12:3:441,446. 
KNOWLES,  JAMES 

Aspects  of   Tennyson.    Nineteenth   Century.    Littell's  Living  Age 

196:515-529. 
KNOWLES,  J.  T. 

Broivning    and    Mesmerism    in    Wireless    Telegraphy    and    Brain 

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KOBAYASHI,  AIYU 

Kindai  Shiliashu  (An  Anthology  of  Modern  Poetry).  Containing 
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KOBBE,  GUSTAV 

See  Music. 
KOEPPEL.  EMIL 

Robert    Drontning.     Mit   dem    Bildnis    des    Dichlers.    Verlag   von 

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KOENIG,  GEORGE  A. 

Quert;  and  Ansi»er  on  Browning  Scientific  Allusions.    Poet  Lor^ 

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KRANS,  H.  S. 

Dorodens   Robert  Browning.    Current   Literature   38:109-1 1  :Feb. 

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KUHNS,  OSCAR 

Dante  and  the  English  Poets  from  Chaucer  to  Tennyson.    Chapter 

11,  Browning  and  Tenn\)son  218-35     851.1  D192kj. 


LA  MONTE,  CAROLYN  B. 

Critical  Works  of  Margaret  Fuller.    Poet  Lore  7:10:477-87. 
LA  SAISIAZ 

Berdoe's  Browning  Studies   166-186.    By  W.  Robertson.     821.88 

Ulbs. 

By  W.  Robertson.    London  Bro^vning  Society  Papers  2:312-332 

821.88  Dbs. 

Essa))s  and  Sermons.    By  William  Robertson.     821.88  Dre. 

The  Theology  of  Robert  Browning.   By  H.  White.   Poet  Lore  12: 

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LA  SAISIAZ  IN  1895 

By  A.  Taylor   Innes.     (Contemporary  Review.)     Littell's  Living 

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LA  SAISIAZ:  THE  REAL  SIGNIFICANCE  OF 

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256-265. 

Two  Poets  of  Croisic.    Athenaeum  2639:661 -664: May  25.   1878. 
LA  SAISIAZ:  THE  TWO  POETS  OF  CROISIC 

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LA  VIE  ET  L'OEUVRE  DE  ELIZABETH  BROWNING 

By  Marie  Merlette. 

See  Athenaeum  4045: 585-586: May  13,  1905. 
LABOR,  THE  PORTION  OF 

Editorial.    Independent  54:345-346:1902. 
LADIES'  HOME  JOURNAL 

Happy  Thoughts  for  Harvest  Days.   29:3:Nov.  1912. 
LAFFAN,  BERTHA 

Robert  Browning.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

61     821.88  Xht. 
LAMARTINE  AND  ELVIRE 

By  W.  Holman  Hunt.    Edinburgh  Review  205:442: April    1907. 
LAMBUTH.  DAVID  KELLEY 

Pippa  Passes  on  the  Stage.    Poet  Lore  18:1  :  107-1 11. 

LANDOR  IMAGINARY  CONVERSATIONS 

Cornhill  Magazine.    Littell's  Living  Age  140:3-15, 


194  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

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By  W.  B.  Shubrick  Clymer.  Scribner's  Magazine  10:123-128:July 

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LANDOR,  WALTER  SAVAGE 

Biography.    By  John  Forster.    2  volumes.    See  Index.     B  L261f. 

By  John  Fyvie.    Littell's  Living  Age  206:3-12. 

Poems  and  Dialogues.  To  Robert  Drowning  2:194    821.7  L261pv2. 

To  Robert  Browning.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tan- 
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By  G.  E.  Woodbury.   Atlantic  Monthly  51  :208-217:Feb.  1883. 
LANDOR'S.  WALTER  SAVAGE,  LETTERS  TO  MISS  PAYNTER 

Editorial.    Literary  Digest  18:398-399: April  8,  1899. 
LANDSCAPE  PAINTER,  BROWNING  AS 

By  H.  S.  Pearson.    London  Browning  Society  Papers  7:103-118. 
LANE,  JOHN 

Mr.   Stephen   Phillips   Herod.     World's   Work    1 : 666-667 : April 

1901. 
LANIER,  CLIFFORD 

Apollo  and  Keats  on  Browning:  A  Fantasy,  9-16. 
LANG,  ANDREW 

Adventures  Among  BooJ^s.    Scribner's  Magazine  10:651 -656: Nov. 

1891. 

Andrew  Lang  on   Tennyson.    Literary  Digest  24:320-321 : March 

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Mr.  Robert  Browning.    (Contemporary  Review.)    Littell's  Living 

Age  190:563-570. 

A  Cockpit  for  Literar})  Combat.    Dial  44:167:March  16,  1908. 

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352-357. 

Esoteric  Browningism.    Forum  6:300:Nov.   1888. 

History  of  English  Literature.    Contemporary  Review   102:2:587- 

591:1912. 

Letters  on  Literature.     826.08  L269. 

Same.  Independent  39:1  :72. 

The  Minor  Poets.    Longman's.    Littell's  Living  Age  217:279-280. 

The  Month  in  England.    Cosmopolitan  19:112:May  1895. 

Morals  and  Manners.    Littell's  Living  Age   183:777-782. 

IVilliam   Morris'  Poems.    Longman's.    Littell's   Living  Age   211: 

323-336. 

Alfred    Lord    Tennyson.     Eclectic    Magazine    129:81 0-81 7  :Dec. 

1897. 

Victorian  Literature,  Good  Words.    Littell's  Living  Age  212:753- 

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By  J.  Churton  Collins.   Nineteenth  Century  37:290-303: Feb.  1895. 
LANIER,  SIDNEY,  SOME  APPLICATIONS  OF 

By  W.  M.  Baskerville.    Dial  18:299-301  : March  16.  1895. 
LANIER,  SIDNEY:  THE  POET  OF  SUNRISE 

By  James  A.  Snoddy.    Poet  Lore   15:4:89-94. 
LAPSES,  BROWNING'S 

By  W.  H.  Browne.    American  Journal  of  Philology  32:241:482- 

485. 
LARK  IN  LEGEND  AND  SONG.  THE 

By  Ida  Prentice  Whitcomb.    Poet  Lore  15:2:81-94. 
LARMINIE.  WILLIAM 

Development  of  English  Metres.    Contemporary   Review  66:715- 

736:Nov.   1894. 


BROWNINGIANA  195 

LAST  CENTURY,  SOME  CELEBRATED  CHARACTERS  OF 
By  Percy  F.  Bicknell.    Dial  46: 134-5: March   1.   1909. 

LAST  POEMS 

Athenaeum   1796:421-422:1862. 

LAST  POEMS  BY  ELIZABETH  BARRETT  BROWNING 

With  a  Memorial  by  Theodore  Tilton.  Published  by  James  Miller, 
New  York,  1862.    821.88  Gmm. 

LAST  RIDE,  THE 

By  Robert  Browning.  Number  7  of  the  nine  hundred  and  forty 
copies  printed  in  this  edition.  Done  into  a  printed  book  by  the  Roy- 
crofters,  at  the  Roycroft  Shop,  which  is  in  East  Aurora,  New  York, 
U.  S.  A.  Elaborately  decorated  on  parchment.  Autographed  by 
Elbert  Hubbard. 

Independent  61:2: 1402-03  :Dec.    13,   1906. 
By  R.  Browning.    Independent  61  :  1402-1403  :Dec.  13,  1906. 
After  Robert  Browning.    By  J.  K.  Stephen.   A  Parod\f  Anthology, 
(Illustrated.)    By  Frederick  Simpson  Colburn.    Dial  41  :462:Dec. 
16,   1906. 

See  Lee,  Vernon,  On  Limbo. 

By  L.  M.  Sidney.    Lessons  From  Browning.     821.88  Dslb. 
Carolyn  Wells  212     82 1 .08  W453pa. 

LAST  WORDS  ON  SHELLEY 

By  Edward  Dowden.    Fortnightly  Review  48:462:Ocl.   1887. 

LATER  WORKS 

A  Defense  of  Later  IVorl^s.  By  Helen  Clarke.  Poet  Lore  12: 
284-304. 

LATIMER,  GEORGE  DIMMICK 

A   Browning  Monologue.    Boston   Browning  Society   Papers    173- 

189    821.88  Vbp. 

A  Stud^  of  Browning's  Ixion.    Poet  Lore  4:5:243-54. 
LATIN 

Translations.     By   Richard   Claverhouse   Jebb.     The   Lost  Leader 

rendered  into  Latin  356-357     808.8  G44t. 
LAUGHLIN.  HUGH  C 

Select  Poems  of  Robert  Browning.    English  Journal  2:69: Jan.  1913. 

LAURIE,  HENRY 

An  Australian  Appreciation  of  Browning.  Centenary  55-63     821.88 

Vnya. 
LAWRENCE,  EUGENE 

Current  English  Literature.   A  Criticism,  outlines  and  programs  for 

the  C.  L.  S.  C.    Chautauquan  8:143-146:Dec.  1887. 

Current  Literature  of  England.    Chautauquan  8:70-73 :Nov.  1887. 
LAWTON,  WILLIAM  CRANSTON 

The   Classical  Element   in  Browning's  Poetry.    Boston   Browning 

Society  Papers  363-388     821.88  Vbp. 
LAWTON'S  VERSION  OF  EURIPIDES 

Nation  50:437-438:1890. 
LAZARUS,  BROWNING'S 

By  C.  B.  Wright.    Poet  Lore  9:2:312-313. 
LAZARUS.  EMMA:  WOMAN,  POET,  PATRIOT 

By  Mary  Cohen.    Poet  Lore  5:6&7:320-331. 
LE  GALLIENNE,  RICHARD 

At  What  Age  do  Literary  Men  do  Their  Best  lVor}(?    Muniey'* 

Magazine  51  :273-277:March  1914. 

Browning.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  42     821.88 

Xhl. 


196  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

The  Old  Men  of  Literature.   Literary  Digest  48:1 : 49 1-492:  March 

7,  1914. 

Three  American  Poets.    Forum  45:84:Jan.  1911. 
LE  VERT,  MME.  OCTAVIA  WALTON 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Brontning.    Hearth   and  Home.    New   Eclectic 

Magazine  4:2:22 1-224:  Feb.    1869. 
LEADERS  AND  MISLEADERS  IN  HIGH  PLACES 

In  Boston  Monday  Lectures.    No.   187.    Anonymous. 
LEADERSHIP  IN  SONG 

By  Wallace  W.  Lovejoy.    Homage  to  Broi»ning,  Aleph  Tanner 

89    821.88  Xht. 

Devotional  Poems  73-74.    By  W.  G.  Kingsland. 
LEAKE.  MRS.  PERCY 

The  Ethics   of  BroT»ning  s  Poems,  with   an   Introduction  by   the 

Bishop  of  Winchester.    M.  F.  Mansfield  &  Co.,  New  York,  1901. 

821.88  Rel. 
LEAVENS,  JULIA  PAULINE 

Browning.    Biographical  Notes,  Appreciations  and  Selections  from 

his  Fift^  Men  and  Women.   The  Alice  Harriman  Co.,  New  York 

and  Seattle,  1910.     821.88  XI. 

Pilgrimage   to  Haunts   of  Brotvning    (To   Asolo),   containing  the 

poem  Pippa  Passes. 

President's  Welcome  Centenary  Address  5-8     821.88  Vnya. 
LEAVES  FROM  THE  DIARY  OF  A  TRAMP 

By  J.  A.  H.    Cornhill  Magazine.    Littell's  Living  Age  262:143- 

149. 
LEAVES,  NEW 

By  Filson  Young.    Broii>ning  165-173     824.9  Y71m. 
LECTURE  ON  BROWNING,  A 

Written  for  the  National  Home-Reading  Union.    By  G.  D.  Boyle. 

821.88  Dlb. 

LECTURE  ON  THE  INCARNATION 

By   Rev.   J.   T.   Freeth.     New   Church    Review    14:471 -472  :July 
1907. 

LECTURES  IN  GERMAN  UNIVERSITIES 

Littell's  Living  Age  245:823: June  24,  1905.    Books  and  Authors. 
LECTURES  ON  LITERATURE 

By   William   S.    McCormick.    Robert   Broivning    125-184     820.4 

M131. 

LEE,  AGNES 

To  Robert  Browning.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tan- 
ner 44     821.88  Xht. 
Same.  Ly^ric  Year  158-9. 

LEE.  GERALD  STANLEY 

Progress  and  Poetry.   Literary  Digest  43:2:1 099  :Dec.  9.  1911. 

LEE.  MRS.  JEANNETTE 

An   Unintended  Literary  Hoax.    Literary  Digest  53:2:1 175:Nov. 
4.  1916. 

LEE.  MARGARET  L..  AND  KATHERINE  B.  LOCOCK 

Introduction  and  Notes  to  Browning's  Paracelsus.    Methuen  &  Co.. 

London.     821.88  Hpal. 
LEE,  SIDNEY 

Literature  of  the  Nineteenth  Century,  a  Retrospect.   Literary  Digest 

20:77-78:Jan.  20,  1900, 


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BROWNINGIANA  197 

LEE.  VERNON 

Art  and  Life.    Contemporary  Review  69: 658-669: May  1896. 

On  Limho.    Longman's  Magazine.    LittelPs  Living  Age  208:812- 

819. 

Studies   in   Literary   Ps^cholog^.    Contemporary   Review   85:386- 

392:March   1904. 

Same.  Litteil's  Living  Age  241:213-217. 
LEFFERTS,  SARA  TAWNEY 

Browning.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  46     821.88 

Xht. 

Same.  CentenarXf  Addresses  119     821.88  Vnya, 
LEGITIMATE 

Is  He  a  Legitimate  Member  of  the  Victorian  School?    By  Mary 

M.  Cohen.    Poet  Lore   12:2:317-320. 
LEICESTER  LITERARY  AND  PHILOSOPHICAL  SOCIETY 

The  transactions  of,  together  with  the  Report  of  the  Council   15: 

65:1911.    Sordello.    By  Miss  Edith  Harvey.     821.88  DIIp. 
LEIGH.  AURORA 

Athenaeum  1517:1425-1427:1856. 
LEISURE  HOUR 

Elizabeth   Barrett  Browning.    By   John   Dennis.    446:86-90: Feb. 

1889    821.88  Xbm. 

Same.  Litleil's  Living  Age  180:629-635. 

Letter  to   a  Friend.    By   Robert  Browning.    Littell's  Living  Age 

184:768. 

Literary  Coincidences.   By  John  Dennis.   Littell's  Living  Age  192: 

822-824. 

The  Poetry  of  the  Century:  A  Retrospect  and  Anticipation.    By 

John  Dennis.    Reference   to    Browning   311-312.    Littell's   Living 

Age  185:307-312.   Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    By  Jo4m  Dennis. 

Littell's  Living  Age  180:629-635: March  1889. 
LENNOX.  M.  C. 

The  Flight  of  the  Duchess.    American  Notes  and  Queries  2:17: 

197:Feb.  23.  1889    821.88. 
LEONARD.  LUCILLE  PRICE 

DeQuince^'s  Dream-Fugue.    Poet  Lore  28:6:680-690. 

leopardi,  giacoma— poet  philosopher 

By  W.  K.  Johnson.    Fortnightly  Review  70:21  : July  1898. 
LESLIE'S,  FRANK 

Paragraph  devoted  to  criticism  of  Arlo  Bates.    Tal^s  on  the  Siud\f 

of  Literature   recalls   The  Ring  and  the  Boo^.    44:720. 

Print  from  H.  Kaulbach's  Painting,  The  Pied  Piper  of  Hamelin. 

By  H.  Kaulbach.    44:157. 

Stor^  of  the  Pied  Piper  Legend.    44:237. 

Talks  About  New  Books.   Mention  of  Mrs.  Browning.   44:720. 
LESSONS  FROM  BROWNING 

By  L.  M.  Sidney.    Contents:  Last  Ride  Together,  9;  Rabbi  Ben 

Ezra,  13;  Life  in  a  Love,  24;  Meeting  at  Night  and  Parting  at 

Morning,  26.    821.88  Dslb. 

LETTER  FROM  ROBERT  BROWNING  TO  WM.  MACREADY 

Emerson  College  Magazine  20:3:131-132:Jan.  1912.    (Letter  now 

in  possession  of  Miss  Gertrude  Chamberlin.) 
LETTER  FROM  ROBERT  BROWNING  TO  MISS  ALMA  MURRY 

CONCERNING  BEATRICE 

Notebook  of  the  Shelley  Society  105:May   12,  1886. 


198  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

LETTER,   LONDON 

Notes  and  Nents.    See  Kingsland,  William  G. 
LETTER  TO  A  DEAD  AUTHOR.  A 

By  Frank  Newbolt.    Nineteenth  Century  82: 825 -834: Oct.  1917. 
LETTER  TO  A  FRIEND 

By  Robert  Brcxwning.    (Leisure  Hour.)    Littell's  Living  Age  184: 

768. 
LETTER.  UNPUBLISHED  OF  BROWNING,  AN 

By  W.  J.  Rolfe.    Nation  90:159. 
LETTER  WRITER,  ROBERT  BROWNING  AS  A 

By  William  G.  Kingsland.    Poet  Lore  8:2:78-84:225-233. 

By  Harry  Christopher  Minchin.  Brorvning  Centenary  38-45     821 .88 

Vnya. 


LETTERS.   AUTOGRAPH 

Chiefly  addressed   to   Robert  Browuing,   documents   in   his   handivriting,   and 

other  interesting  manuscripts  having  relation  to  him. 
ABBOTT,  EVELYN 

A   letter    thanking    Browning    for    a    copy    of    Prince    Hohenstiel. 

1871. 
ABERDARE,  NORAH 

She  thanks  him  for  a  copy  of  a  book  which  Browning  had  sent 

her.     She  refers  to  her  father,  and  also  to  W.  S.  Landor.     1888. 
AIDE,  HAMILTON 

Thanking  Browning   for  some   verses  which  he   had  written  in   a 

book.     1 888. 
ALBEMARLE.  LORD 

Postponing  an  affair  which  he  had  planned  to  give.     June    18th. 
BOYLE,  MARY 

Asking  Browning  to  call  on  her  some  afternoon.     May  8th. 

She  has  been  very  ill.     A  friend  of  hers  is  going  to  publish  some 

letters  of  W.  S.  Landor,  and  asks  Browning  to  advise  her.      1888. 
BRIGADE  SURGEON.  BOMBAY  ARMY 

He  sends  Browning  a  copy  of  Smart's  works  and  asks  his  opinion. 

1887. 

BRITAIN,  N. 

Poem  written  on     reading  in  a  London  paper  that  Mr.  Browning 
was  going  to  publish  some  new  poems. 

BROWNING.  ROBERT 

Letter  to  Miss  Mary   Boyle.     June  20,    1881. 

Document  in  French.     Signature  of  Browning.     1848. 

Letter  to  Lady  Combermere.     March  15,  1878.     See  Plate. 

List  of  Plate  in  use,  1862.  in  the  poet's  handwriting.     1862. 
BROWNING.  SARIANA 

Letter  to  Miss  Lilian  Whiting.     Jan.  26,   1900.     The  gift  of  Miss 

Lilian  Whiting. 

BROWNING'S  SCRAPS 

Newspaper  clippings  of  Browning's,  especially  about  his  works. 
BUNSEN.  ERNEST  DE 

Referring  to  Rabbi  ben  Ezra  and  A  Death  in  the  Desert.     1866. 
BURDETT-COUTTS  (BARONESS) 

An  invitation.    She  has  just  returned   from  Scotland.      1889. 


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BROWNINGIANA  199 

BUTLER.  C. 

He  sends  Browning;  a  copy  of  the  Basilicon  Doron,  which  he  had 
had    reprinted.     1887. 

Asking  Browning  if  he  cares  to  become  a  member  of  the  Rox- 
burgh Club.     1888. 

CHOLMONDELEY,  R. 

He  asks  Browning  to  bring  Carlyle  to  dinner  some  day.  May  4th. 

COBBE,  FRANCES  POWER 

She  tells  Browning  that  she  has  just  heard  that  he  is  opposed  to 
the  vivisection  of  animals,  and  asks  permission  to  sign  his  name 
to  the  list  which  she  has.  She  hopes  to  kill  the  bill.  Dec.  27th. 
She  is  writing  on  behalf  of  a  friend  of  hers — the  new  editor  of 
the  Contemporary  Review — and  asks  for  some  contribution.  1882. 
She  asks  Browning  to  write  to  Sir  Chambers  and  W.  D.  Grant 
concerning  the  W.  Reid  Bill  which  is  to  be  voted  on  April  4. 
1883. 

COURTNEY.  LEONARD 

He  points  out  an  oversight  in  The  Ring  and  the  Book-     1881. 

CROMBIE,  J.  M. 

Saying  that  he  is  sorry  that  Browning  has  learned  of  the  coming 

election,  as  they  had  desired  to  simply  notify  him  after  the  unani* 

mous  election.     Nov.    18,    1877. 

Concerning  Browning's  acceptance  of  the  Lord  Rectorship  of  the 

University  of  St.  Andrews.     Nov.   19,   1877. 

Thanking  Browning  for  a  little  token.     Nov.  26,   1877. 

DAWSON.  C.  A. 

Browning  had  advised  him  about  writing  and  now  he  sends  him 
some  more  poems  to  criticize.    Reference  to  Mrs.  Browning.     1889. 

DICKSON.  W.  K. 

F4e  informs  Browning  that  he  has  been  elected  Honoraiy  President 
of  the  Associated  Societies  of  Edinburgh  University.     1885. 

DILKE.  SIR  C.  W. 

Written  after  the  death  of  his  wife.     1872. 

FOX  MEMORIAL 

A  list  of  the  subscriptions.     1864. 

Informing  Browning  of  the  death  of  Fox.  and  asking  for  a  sub- 
scription.    1 864. 

Thanking  Browning  for  a  subscription  and  enclosing  a  receipt. 
Latin  inscription  in  Browning's  handwriting  on  the  back  of  this 
envelope.     1 864. 

GIBSON.  JAMES 

He  asks  Browning  if  he  will  become  the  Independent  Club  nominee 
for  the  Lord  Rectorship  of  Glasgow  University.  April  4,  1883. 
He  tells  Browning  how  sorry  he  is  that  he  will  not  be  a  candidate 
for  the  Lord  Rectorship  of  Glasgow  University.     April   11,   1883. 

GLADSTONE,  MARY 

Acknowledging  Browning's  letter  after  the  death  of  her  husband. 

1880. 

Asking  Browning  to  dine  with  her.     1885. 

Thanking   Browning   for    sending   Ferishtah.      She    apologizes    for 

having  sent  him  a  paper  on  the  Duchess.    1885. 

GLADSTONE  (MRS.  MARY  DREW) 

She  is  sending  Browning  a  little  book  concerning  which  she  had 
written  him  before.  She  acknowledges  his  letter  and  is  sorry  that 
Browning  does  not  believe  in  Home  Rule.     1888. 


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Asking  Browning  if  she  might  send  him  a  book  which  she  believes 

is  a  result  of  his  works.     She  reproaches  him  for  not  having  sent 

a    word    of    congratulatoin    on    her    marriage.      She    would    have 

valued  a  present  of  a  book  from  him.     1868. 
GREEN.  H. 

He  sends  Browning   a  statement  of   the   amount  due   and  asks  if 

he  will  give  possession  of  the  house,  Warwick  Crescent.     1887. 

Concerning   his   tenancy   of    No.   9,   Warwick   Crescent.      1887. 
GUERRIER,  C.  DU. 

He  has  translated  Mrs.  Browning's  Sonnets  from  the  Portuguese. 

His  letter  is  addressed  to  "Sir  Robert  Browning"  and  is  sent  in 

care  of  the  postmaster,  as  he  does  not  tcrtow  drowning*s  address. 

It  li  written  in  French.     Also  anolhej   letter  in  French.     1885. 
HAYES,  MAI  ILDA  M. 

A  copy  of  her  petition  for  a  literary  pension.     A  short  summary 

of  her  life  and  works.     1865. 

Acknowledging  Browning's  letter,  and  telling  what  work  she  has 

done  along  literary  lines.     1865. 

Asking  Browning  to  sign  her  petition  for  a  pension.     1865. 

HEDDERWICK,  T.  C. 

He  asks  Browning's  permission  to  nominate  him  as  a  candidate 
for  the  Lord  Rectorship  of  Glasgow  University.  June  15,  1871. 
He  says  that  he  had  written  to  Browning  concerning  his  candi- 
dacy for  the  Lord  Rectorship  of  Glasgow  University,  but  has 
received  no  reply.  He  requests  an  answer.  July  17,  1871. 
He  asks  Browning  to  reconsider  his  refusal  to  be  a  candidate  for 
the  Lord  Rectorship  of  Glasgow  University,  and  outlines  the  duties 
of  such  an  office.     Aug.  2,   1871. 

HERBERT,  AUBERON 

Asking  Browning  to  sign  the  enclosed  paper  and  stating  the  plans 
of  a  committee  of  which  Browning  is  asked  to  be  a  member. 
July   17th. 

Asking  Browning's  permission  to  sign  his  name  to  the  declaration 
of  war.     April  2nd. 

Asking  Browning  to  dine  with  him.     April  26th. 
He  thanks  Browning   for  answering  his  letter   about  the  National 
Land  Company.     1885. 

Telling  Browning  about  the  formation  of  a  National  Land  Com- 
pany, and  asking  him  if  he  wishes  to  become  a  member.     Incloses 
a  notice  of  the  formation  of  the  Company.      1885. 
He  asks  Browning  to  vote  in  favor  of   Mr.  W.  E.  Phillpotts  as 
a  member  of  the  Athenaeum  Club.     1877. 

HERTZ,  FANNY 

She  and  Dr.  Todhunter  had  discussed  Browning's  James  Lee's 
Wife,  and  this  led  Dr.  Todhunter  to  write  his  interpretation  of 
the  poem;  and  the  lady  sends  Browning  a  copy  of  the  interpre- 
tation.    1878. 

H.  G.  H. 

A  poem  to  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Browning.  Extracted  from  an 
unpublished  )>olume  of  poems. 

HOLYOAKE,  GEO.  JACOB 

He  thanks  Browning  for  acknowledging  a  little  book  which  he 
had  sent.  He  also  sends  Browning  some  copies  of  the  Chicago 
Railway  Guide  which  contains  some  reprints  of  Browning's  poems. 

1885. 


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BROWNINGIANA  201 

HOPE,  A.  J.  BERESFORD 

He  tells  Browning  that  he  is  enclosing  a  request  from  a  Mrs. 
Cayley.      1884. 

He  explains  that  he  has  just  received  Browning's  letter.  He  tells 
Browning  that  he  has  made  Mrs.  Cayley  very  happy  by  complying 
with  her  request.     1884. 

HOWARD.  GEORGE 

He  writes  Browning  to  express  his  enjoyment  of  Balaustlon's 
Adventures.     1871. 

KERR,  RALPH 

Telling   Browning  of  the  death  of  Lothian.      1870. 
Sending  a  notice  of  Lothian's  funeral.     1870. 

KINGSLAND.  W.  G. 

He  is  enclosing  a  A^en>  Year's  card  and  good  wishes  in  the  shape 
of  a  sonnet.  He  also  encloses  a  New  Year's  Hymn  which  he  had 
written  for  a  festival  service.      1880. 

KNIGHT.  WM. 

Concerning  the  bestowing  of  the  Lord  Rectorship  of  the  University 
of  St.  Andrews  on  Browning.     1877. 

He  speaks  of  Browning  as  a  philosopher,  and  refers  to  his  treat- 
ment of  immortality.  Asks  Browning  to  attend  a  meeting  of  the 
]Vadsworth  Society.  He  also  asks  him  to  be  a  member  of  a  party 
which  he  is  planning.     1881. 

KNOWLES.  JAMES 

He  asks  Browning  to  write  a  poem  to  be  set  to  music  and  sung  at 
the  laying  of  the  foundation  stone  of  the  Imperial  Institute.  He 
also  asks  Browning  to  dine  with  him  on  the  day  that  the  Prince 
of  Wales  does.     1887. 

He  asks  Browning  if  he  wishes  to  become  a  member  of  the  newly 
formed  Metaphysical  and  Psychological  Society...  He  encloses  a 
list  of  those  who  are  already  members.     1869. 

LEE.  S.  L. 

He  informs  Browning  of  the  formation  of  a  Society  at  Oxford 
to  study  his  works,  encloses  a  list  of  the  members  and  asks  if  he 
has  any  objections,  for  he  has  heard  that  Browning  does  not  ap- 
prove of  such  a  society.     1881. 

LEFROY.  EDWARD 

He  is  sending  Browning  some  sonnets.     1883. 

LEIGHTON,  W.,  of  Wheeling,  Va. 

He  sends  Browning  a  copy  of  his  Shalicspeare's  Dream.     1880. 

LEWIS,  ELEANOR 

She  writes  to  correct  a  misconception  which  was  caused   by  her 

using   the   stationery   of   a    friend.      1886. 

She  sends  him  a  copy  of  More's  poems.      1886. 

LORDS  PRAYER.  IN  ARABIC.  THE 

Written    by    Aboo    the    African    Prince.      1835. 

LYALL.  SIR  C.  J. 

He  speaks  of  an  article  which  he  has  written  on  Omar  Khayyam, 

and  discusses  Omar  Khayyam  and  other  Persian  poets.     1885. 

He  sends  Browning  some  translations  of  Arabic  poetry  which  he 

has  recently  printed.      1878. 

He  suggests  some  corrections  in  the  Persian  names  of  Ferishtah't 

Fancies  which  is  bemg  published  just  then.     1884. 

He  asks  permission  to  call  on  Browning.     1885. 

He  speaks  of  the  Arabic  poetry  which  he  sent  him  the  year  before, 

and   asks   permission   to   send   some   more  that  he   has   translated. 

1879, 


202  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

MACCLYMONT.  C.  R. 

He  tells  Browning  how  sorry  he  is  that  he  cannot  accept  the  Lord 

Rectorship  ot  Glasgow  University.     Sept.   1871. 

He  writes  to  Robert  Barrett  Browning  and  asks  him  to  influence 

his  father  to  accept  the  Lord  Rectorship  of  Glasgow  University. 

1871. 
MAOCAY.  J.  M. 

He  thanks  Browning  for  a  gift  which  he  has  received.      1877. 
MARSTON.  WESTLAND 

He  says  that  his  friends  are  endeavoring  to  secure  him  a  pension 

and   asks   Browning   to  please   send   him   a   testimonial   which   will 

help  to  secure  him  the  desired   favor.      1877. 

He  thanks  Browning  for  having  sent  him  a  testimonial  which  will 

aid  him  in  getting  a  pension.      1877. 
McREATH.  JAMES 

Thanking  him   for  his  translation  of  Agamemnon.      1877. 
MEMORANDA  ON   FRENCH  HISTORICAL   PERSONAGES 

Four  lines  in  the  handwriting  of  Robert  Browning,   Sr.,  and  two 

in  the  handwriting  of  the  poet. 
MITCHELL.  ELLEN 

She  sends  Browning  a  copy  of  the  constitution   and  plans  of  the 

Chicago  Browning  Society.     1866. 
MOHL,  MARY 

She  tells  about  Mrs.  King,  whom  she  met  recently,  and  says  that 

Mrs.    King    was    an    ardent    admirer    of    Mrs.    Browning.      Asks 

Browning  to  dine.     1875. 
MORLEY.  HENRY 

He  speaks  of  different  works  of  Browning's.     1878. 
MORRISON.  J.  T. 

Concerning  the  Lord  Rectorship  of  Edinburgh  University.      1886. 
MUNBY,  A.  J. 

He  writes  to   Mr.  Furnivall  on  behalf  of   a  lady  who  wishes  an 

autograph  of  Browning.      Then  he  tells  of  an  incident  of  a  Vicar'j 

wife  who  had  never  heard  of  Browning.     1887. 
MUNDELLA,  A.  J. 

He  asks  Browning  to  dine  with  him  and  to  meet  some  admirers 

and  friends.     1875. 
MURRAY,  JAMES 

He    acknowledges   a    letter    from    Browning,    and   says   that   he   is 

glad  that  Browning  enjoyed  Alma  Murray's  recital.     He  encloses 

a   poem  which  he   has   written   in   French,   to   Victor   Hugo   after 

reading  his  last  will  and  testament.     1885. 

He  speaks  of   having  taught  Robert   Barrett   Browning,    and   then 

asks  Browning  to  go  hear  Alma  Murray  read  Pippa  Passes.  1888. 

PAGET,  VIOLA 

She  is  sending  her  brother's  verses  to  Browning  and  asks  him  to 
glance  at  them  if  he  has  time.     Oct.  8th. 

She  says  that  she  is  sending  a  copy  of  a  new  book  of  hers,  Baldivin, 
for  it  contains  some  notes  upon  Caponsacchi.  These  notes  are 
the  result  of  some  discussions  with  Enrico  Nencioni.  1886. 
She  is  sending  Browning  a  volume  of  her  brother's  poems  and 
asks  that  it  be  allowed  to  lie  on  the  table  or  even  be  used  in 
lighting  his  kitchen  fire.      1882. 

PALGRAVE.  F.  T. 

He  admits  that  he  was  in  the  wrong  about  the  Cowper  pedigree. 
He  says  that  he  is  anxious  to  see  Browning's  Alcestis.     1871. 


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BROWNINGIANA  203 

He  asks  Browning,  since  he  has  refused  to  be  a  candidate  for  the 

Poetry   Professorship,   if   he  will   serve   on   a   committee     as     he 

(Palgrave)   is  a  candidate.      1877. 
PAPERS 

Newspaper   clippings   concerning   the   graves   of   Theodore    Parker 

and  Mrs.  Browning.     1862. 

Also    a   clipping   concerning   Browning's   nomination   to   the    Lord 

Rectorship  of  St.  Andrews.     1868. 

Various  clippings  and  folders  of  Browning's.     A  calling  card  of 

Robert  Barrett  Browning. 
PATON,  ALLAN  PARK 

He  tells   Browning   that   he   has   some  letters   of    Mrs.    Browning, 

which  she  wrote  to  him  when  he  sent  her  some  of  his  poems.    He 

offers  them  to  Browning.     1883. 
PATRICK,  M. 

Informing  him  of  the  students'  desire  for  him  to  be  elected  Lord 

Rector  of  the  University  of  St.  Andrews.      1889. 
PENNELL,  H.  C  . 

He  is  sending  Browning  his  Puc}(  on  Pegasus  and  says  that  there 

is  a  shot  at  him  (Browning)  in  it.     1869. 
POLLOCK,  W.  H. 

He   asks   Browning  if   he   would   like   to    join    a   Rabelais   Club, 

which  is  being  formed.     He  includes  a  list  of  those  already  mem- 
bers.    1879. 
RAMSEY.  JAMES 

He  tells  Browning  about  the  failure  of  one  of  his  law  cases.  1878. 
R.  C. 

He  writes  Browning  about  the  title  of  a  book  by  "A.  C,"  and 

also  aboait  the  dedication,  which  is  to  be  to  Browning.     1871. 
REDFORD.  G. 

Attempting   to  correct   a  criticism  of  the  work  of  Robert   Barrett 

Browning.     1 880. 

REED,  E.  J. 

He  is  sending  Browning  a  copy  of  his  book  on  Japan.     1880. 

RUSSELL,  LADY  E.  A. 

She  reminds  him  that  he  is  to  dine  with  her  to  meet   Tom  Brown. 

Jan.   1.   1863. 

She  thanks  him   for  some  crackers.     She  hopes  to  see  him  New 

Year's  Day.     Dec.  31.   1863. 

She  reminds  Browning  that  he  was  supposed  to  dine  with  her  the 

day  before.     Feb.   12,  1864. 

He  has  failed  to  appear  at  a  dinner  which  shewas  giving.     Feb. 

13.  1864. 

She  writes  about  some  friends  "The  Stows"  who  have  left  town. 

Then  she  reminds  him  of  an  engagement.     Nov.  10,  1864. 

She  writes  to  say  that  she  is  sorry  that  Robert  Barrett  Browning 

is  ill.     Feb.   14.   1865. 

Very   disconnected.     She   tells  of   some  one  who  is  to   marry  his 

cousin  who  will  not   answer  because   of  her   provincialism.     Feb. 

16,  1865. 

She  asks  him  to  dinner  if  he  has  lime.     Feb.  25,  1865. 

She  has  not  been  to  see  Browning  for  some  time  because  there  is 

a  great  deal  of  illness,  and  she  is  afraid  of  infection  on  account 

of  her  grandchildren.     Mar.  28.   1865. 

Memoranda  in  Latin.    Asks  him  to  come  to  meet  Cartwright.    July 

14.  1865. 


204  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

She  asks  him  to  call  after  dinner  to  meet  some  friends. 
6,  1865. 

She  tells  Browning  to  come  the  next  day  if   he  wishes 
Carlwright.     Dec.  3. 

She  asks  him  to  dine  with  her.     Dec.  26,  1865. 
She  asks  him  to  dine  with  her  the  next  day.     Jan.  28, 
She  has  been  ill  again  with  bronchitis.     July  21,  1867. 
She  thanks  Browning   for  having  "executed   a  frivolous 
sion"  for  her  while  he  was  in  Paris.     May   1,   1869. 
She  tells  him  that  she  has  been   ill   and   asks  him  to 
has  time.     July  14,   1869. 

Very  curious  "Why  are  we  born  to  suffer?"  She  has  been  in 
great  pain.    April  2,  1870. 

She  asks  Browning  to  dine  with  her  to  meet  Mile.  Mohl.  June 
13.   1870. 

"Peter  Simple  could  not  more  innocently" — and  she  proceeds  to 
ask  Browning  to  dine  the  following  evening  and  to  call  whenever 
he  can.     June  25,  1870. 

She  reminds  him  of  an  engagement  to  dine  with  her. 
She  has  to  cancel  an  engagement  for  dinner  because  of  the  death 
of  Lord  Clarendon,  an  early  acquaintance.     June  27,   1870. 
SALISBURY,  G. 

He  is  sorry  that  Browning  will  not  be  able  to  be  with  the  Society 
on  the  14th.    June  8,  1882. 

SANDFORD,  JANE 

She  writes  to  renew  an  old  acquaintance.     May  5,  1868. 

He  has  not  answered  her  last  lettei  so  she  writes  Browning  again. 

Feb.  28,   1869. 

Very  long  and  interesting.     She  tells  him  about  herself.     She  has 

evidently  known  the  Brownings  for  a  long  time.     July  5,  1868. 

SEELEY,  J.  R. 

He  asks  Browning  to  lecture  to  the  members  of  the  University 
College,  Oxford.     Nov.   19th. 

He  begs  Brownmg's  pardon  lor  persisting  about  the  lecture,  but 
he  did  not  understand  Browning's  attitude  towards  lecturing. 
Nov.  15,   1868. 

SIMON,  O.  J. 

He  writes  Browning  concerning  the  oppression  of  the  Jews  in 
Russia,  and  asks  Browning's  permission  to  sign  his  name  to  a 
requisition  to  the  Vice  Chancellor  of  Oxford  about  calling  a 
meeting.     1882. 

SKELTON,  JOHN 

He  is  sending  Browning  a  copy  of  Eraser's  Magazine,  in  which 
he  has  expressed  his  admiration  for  Browning's  poetry.  Mar.  16, 
1863. 

SMITH,  J.  BROWNING 

He  gives  Browning  some  information  about  the  early  Brownings; 

together   with   a   pedigree    of   the    Browning   and   Smith   families. 

1873. 
SMITH.  ADAMS  CLARKE 

He   says   that   he   has   some   very   valuable   books   of   Mr.    H.   S. 

Boyd,  some  of  which  contain  references  to  Mrs.  Browning,  and 

he  asks  Browning  if  he  cares  to  buy  them.     1887. 

He  says  that  he  is  sending  Mr.  Boyd's  books  to  Browning  and 

he  tells  something  of  their  history.     1887. 


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BROWNINGIANA  205 

SMITH.  MARY 

She  asks  Browning  if  he  can  give  her  any  information  about 
Salvini,  who  has  suddenly  left  town.     1876. 

SPEDDING,  JAMES 

Invites  Browning  to  dinner  to  meet  his  mother.     1867. 

STANLEY.  DEAN 

He  encloses  to  Browning  a  letter  from  Mr.  Knight  which  he  has 
received  asking  him  to  inform  Browning  of  the  students  choice 
for  Lord  Rectorship  of  the  University  of  St.  Andrews.     1877. 

SUTHERLAND,  WM. 

Asking  Browning  if  he  will  accept  the  nomination  for  the  Lord 
Rectorship  of  the  University  of  St.  Andrews.      1884. 

TAYLOR.  JAMES 

He  asks  Browning  if  he  will  be  the  candidate  for  the  Lord 
Rectorship  of  Edinburgh  University.      1883. 

THOMPSON,  S.  R. 

He  sends  Browning  some  flowers  to  congratulate  him.  In  a  post- 
script he  announces  a  short  series  of  articles  on  Browning's  musical 
poems. 

THORN.  WM. 

He  sends  Browning  some  information  about  the  origin  of  some 
words.     1 864. 

TOMKINS.  KATE 

She  sends  Browning  some  poems  which  she  has  written  and  asks 
his  opinion.     May  18.  1887. 

Browning  evidently  encouraged  her  to  continue  her  work,  for  she 
writes  thanking  him  for  his  kind  words.     June  9,  1887. 

TREVELYAN.  G.  O. 

He  asks  Browning  for  his  support  in  the  Ballot  at  the  Athenaeum 
Club.     1877. 

TULLOCH.  WM. 

Concerning  the  bestowing  of  the  Lord  Rectorship  of  the  University 
of  St.  Andrews.     1869. 

WALDSTEIN.  CHARLES 

He  tells  Browning  about  a  passage  in  Thucydides  which  might 
form  the  ground  work  for  a  poem  similar  in  character  to  those  in 
his  Dramatic  Idyls.     1888. 

WEBSTER.  JAMES  C. 

He  informs  Browning  that  he  has  been  made  a  member  of  the 
Athenaeum  Club.      1862. 

WELL  WOOD,  JOHN 

He  informs  Browning  of  the  desire  of  the  University  Independent 
Club  that  he  be  their  candidate  for  the  Lord  Rectorship  of  Glas- 
glow  University.  The  envelope  is  endorsed  in  Browning's  hand- 
writing Rectorship  of  Clasgow  University.    1876. 

WILLIAMS.  REV.  J.  D. 

He  has  recently  been  made  Vicar  of  Bottisham.  He  tells  of  an 
incident  on  St.  Lukes  Day  when  a  Prof,  of  St.  Andrews  spoke 
on  Browning.     1880. 

WISEMAN.  XAVIERE 

Endorsed  in  Browning's  handwriting  From  Cardinal  Wisemans 
Mother,  R.  D.,  '84.  She  expresses  her  pleasure  in  knowing  that 
the  Brownings  had  not  suffered  from  the  heat.  She  continues  to 
say  that  they  are  very  humble  as  to  the  political  affairs.     1848. 

WOODROFFE.  L. 

He  asks  Browning  who  is  the  subject  of  the  lines  The  Lost 
Leader.     1870. 


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LETTERS 

Anahcia  from  Mrs.  Browning's  Letters.    Gathered  by  Mary  Tram- 

mell  Scott.     82L88  Xalm. 

See  Murray.     82L88  Dpm. 

Nation  96:386: April  17,  1913,  with  memorandum  of  sale.     821.88 

Abe. 

Christopher  Smart  and  BrorvTjing.    Poet  Lore  9:1:83-94. 
LETTERS,  AN   APOLOGY— ON   READING  THE   BROWNING 

LOVE 

By  Elsie  Higginbotharh.    The  Academy.   Littell's  Living  Age  222: 

792. 
LETTERS,  ANCIENT  AND  MODERN 

By  Lane  Cooper.    South  Atlantic  Quarterly    1:11  :234-243 : April 

1912. 
LETTERS  AND  ESSAYS 

By   Elizabeth   Barrett   Browning.    Addressed  to   Richard  Hengisl 

Home.    With  a  preface  and  memoir  by  Richard  Henry  Stoddard. 

1   and  2     821.88  Hie. 
LETTERS  AND  LIFE 

By  Mrs.  Sutherland  Orr.  See  under  Life  and  Letters.     821.88  Bor. 
LETTERS  AND  MEMORIES  OF  HARRIET  HOSMER 

By  Mrs.  Lucian  Carr.    Dial  53: 106: Aug.   16,   1912. 
LETTERS  AND  RECOLLECTIONS,  SOME 

(Cornhill  Magazine.)    Littell's  Living  Age   193:673  689:  June   11, 

1892. 
LETTERS  BETWEEN  CARLYLE  AND  BROWNING 

Poet  Lore  1:1:55. 

LETTERS  BY  ROBERT  BROWNING 

By   William    G.    Kingsland.     Literary    Digest    l4:425-26:Feb.    6. 

1897. 

Same.  Poet  Lore  9:1:83-94. 
LETTERS,  THE  BROWNING 

Munsey's  Magazine  21  :794:Aug.  1899. 
LETTERS  FROM  BROWNING 

Century  84: 128- 130:  May  12.  1912. 

LETTERS  FROM  ELIZABETH  BARRETT  BROWNING  TO  THE 
AUTHOR  OF  THE  ORION  ON  LITERARY  AND  GEN- 
ERAL TOPICS 

From  Contemporary  Review.    Littell's  Living  Age  281-290;    120: 
535-547    821.88  Xbm. 

LETTERS  FROM  ELIZABETH  B.  BROWNING 

By  Louis  J.  Block.    Dial  23 :274-7:Nov.   16.   1897. 

Littell's  Living  Age  120:281-290;   120:535-547    821.88  Xbm. 

LETTERS  FROM  ROBERT  BROWNING  TO  VARIOUS  COR- 
RESPONDENTS 

Edited  by  Thomas  J.  Wise.    Privately  Printed.     (Two  volumes.) 
First  Series  1895.  1896.    821.88  Xlp. 
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LETTERS  OF  BROWNING  AND  HALLIWELL-PHILLIPS 
Copy  of  Correspondence  Jan.  26  to  Jan.  31,   1881. 

LETTERS  OF  E.  B.  BROWNING 

By  F.  G.  Kenyon.    Athenaeum  3654:627-628:Nov.  6,  1897. 
Edited  with  Biographical  Addition.    By  Frederic  G.  Kenyon,    (In 
two  volues.    Two  copies  of  each.)     Smith,  Elder  6f  Co.,  London, 
England,  1897.    821.88  Belle. 


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LETTERS     OF     ELIZABETH     BARRETT     BROWNING     AD- 
DRESSED TO  RICHARD  HENGIST  HORNE 
With    a    Preface    and    Memoir.     By    Richard    Henry    Stoddard. 
Worthington  Co..  New  York.  N.  Y..  1889.     821.88  Hie  VI. 

LETTERS  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING  AND  ELIZABETH  BAR- 
RETT 

Anonymous,     Homage    to    Robert   Broii>mng,    Aleph   Tanner    107 
821.88  Xht. 

1845-1846.    With   Portraits   and  Facsimiles.     (Two  volumes   and 
two  copies  of  each  volume.)     Harper  &   Bros.,   Publishers,   New 
York  and  London.  1899.     821.88  Bbl. 
1845-1846.   Athenaeum  372 1:201 -202: Feb.  18,  1899. 
By  Rev.  William  Brunton.    Homage  to  Robert  jBroaning,  Aleph 
Tanner  106     821.88  Xht. 

Littell's  Living  Age  219:737.    Books  and  Authors. 
LittelKs  Living  Age  219:399;  221:669.    Books  and  Authors. 
By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review    189:420-439: April    1899. 
Reviewed  in  Outlook  61  :603: March  II,  1899. 
Love  Letters  of  Troo  Poets.    By  Alice  Meynell.    Literary  Digest 
18:425-426:  April  15.  1899. 

LETTERS  OF  JAMES  RUSSELL  LOWELL 

Eclectic  Magazine  122:335-340: March  1894. 

By  Chas.  Eliot  Norton.    Athenaeum  3444:581 -584  :Oct.  28.  1893. 

LETTERS  OF  PERCY  BYSSHE  SHELLEY 

With   an   Introductory   Essay.    Athenaeum   757:214-215 :Feb.   21, 

1852. 
LETTERS  OF  ROBERT  LOUIS  STEVENSON 

By  Sydney  Colvin.    Literary  Digest  18:249-250:  March  4,  1899. 

LETTERS  OF  HORACE  WALPOLE,  THE 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review   199:432-456: April   1904. 

LETTERS.  LOVE 

By  Charlotte  Porter.    Poet  Lore  11:2:301-309. 

Drowning  Love  Letters.    London  Times.    Littell's  Living  Age  221 : 

166- 170:  April  15.  1899. 

Browning's  Love  Letters.    Editorial.    Independent  51  :833-34:l899. 

The  Browning  Love  Letters  Again.   Editorial.   Literary  Digest  18: 

638: June  3.  1899. 
LETTERS.  MRS.  BARRETT  BROWNING 

By  Claudius  Clear.    Bookman  6:463 :66:Jan.   1898. 

LETTERS  ON  LITERATURE 

By  Andrew  Lang.     826.08  L269. 

By  Andrew  Lang.    Independent  39:1  :72. 
LETTERS  TO  BROWNING 

McMillan's  Annual  59-66     821.88. 
LEVEY.  SIVORI 

The  Boy  and  the  Angel  (Robert  Browning).    Arranged  for  stage 

representation  in  costume.    2  copies.     821.88  Hbal. 

Robert  Browning  Birthday  Celebration  May  7,   1919.    (2  copies.) 

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Journal  of  the  Robert  Browning  Guild.     821.88  Xal. 

Pied  Piper  of  Hamelin  by  Robert  Browning.    Arranged  for  stage 

representation.     821.88  Hppl. 

Selection  from  Bordello.  Spoken  to  Music.  By  Lieut.  Sivori  Levey. 

The  Soliloquy  of  Aeschylus.    By  Robert  Browning.     821.88. 

F.  P.  Co.  Leaflet  2.     821.88. 


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The   Women  of  Bron>nmg.    Homage  to  Robert  Brotoning,  Aleph 

Tanner  66-67    821.88  Xht.   Also  821.88  Xrbg. 
LEWES.  M.  E. 

Some  Letters  and  Recollections.     (Cornhill    Magazine.)     Littell's 

Living  Age  193:673-689 
LEWIS.  MARY  A. 

Some   Thoughts  on  Bron>ning.    Macmillan's  Magazine  July   1882 

821.88  Dml. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age   154:238-246. 
LEWIS.  WILLIAM  D. 

The  Test  We  Must  Meet.   English  Journal  2:2:417-21  :Sept.  1913. 
LEY.  J.  W.  T. 

Literature.    Nation   109:522:Oct.   1919. 
LIBRARY  CATALOGUE 

Browning  Society  of  Boston  1897  (copy  2).    Forty-six  pages  and 

two  supplements  of  six  pages  each.     821.88  Absb. 
LIBRARY  JOURNAL 

Biographical  Notes  and  Selections  from  Fift}^  Men  and  Women. 

(In  Bibliography.)    38:2:390:July   1911. 

Browning  Society  Papers.    By  Edward  P.  Van  Duzel.    28:104: 

March  1903. 

Same.  By  William  Stetson  Merrill,    28:104:March  1903. 

Same.  By  Edward  C.  Williams.    28: 52:  Feb.  1903. 

List  of  Books  and  References  to  Periodicals  in  the  Brooklyn  Public 

Library.    37:2:486:  Aug.    1912. 

Public  Library  Bulletin  Called  The  Browning  Number.    In  Fitch- 
burg  (Mass.)   Public  Library.    31:345: July  1906. 

Reading  List  on  Browning.   In  Worcester  Public  Library.   24:177: 

April    1899. 
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AMERICAN  AUTHORS,  THE 

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Warner,  Editor  5:2557-2565.    E  .L.  Burlingame.    Selections  2565- 

2593. 

LIBRARY  TABLE 

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550:July   1891. 

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1891. 

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Athenaeum  3622:41 4-41 5:  March  27.   1897. 
LIBRARY.  THE 

By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  2:2:94-100;  2:4:201-209;  2:6: 

321-323;  2:7:374-378;  2:8:427-435;   1:3:147-149;   1:4:196-200; 

1:5:240-256;    1:8:379-388;    1:10:490-491;    1:12:577-582;    2:7: 

378. 

By  Charlotte  Porter.    Poet  Lore  2:3:155-159;  2:4:201-209. 
LIDDELL.  MARK  H.  (AND  OTHERS) 

Browning's   Teaching  on  Faith,  Life  and  Love.    By  W.  Arthur 

Hind.    821.88  Rhtf. 


m 


BROWNINGIANA  209 

Life  and  Letters.   By  Charlotte  Porter  and  Helen  A.  Clarke.   Poet 

Ure  18:140-142. 

Life  of  Robert  Browning.    See  under  Biographical. 

The  Life  of  the  Spirit  in  Modern  English  Poets.    Editorial.    At- 

lanric  76: 130- 134: July  1895. 

The    lVorl(s    of    Geoffrey    Chaucer.     Athenaeum    3723:268-269: 

March  4.  1889. 
LIFE  AND  LETTERS 

Poet  Lore  11:2:144-160;   11:2:312-320;  11:3:459-462;  By  Hugh 

A.Clarke.    12:1:151-152;    12:1 :154-160;  By  Mary  Cohen.    12: 

2:317-320;    12:4:624;    13:1:156-158;    13:2:305-320;    13:3:460- 

461;  13:4:604;  14:1:141-151;  14:3:21-23;  14:4:106-112;   15:4: 

132-139;     16:1:132-142;     16:2:139-140;     16:2:152-157;     18:2: 

537-538. 

By  Helen  A.  Clarke  and  Charlotte  Porter.    Poet  Lore  18:1:140- 

142. 
LIFE  AND  LETTERS,  BROWNING'S 

Outlook  44:31: July  4.  1891. 

LIFE  AND  LETTERS  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

By  Mrs.  Sutherland  Orr.    2  volumes  1897     821.88  Bor. 

Same.  New  Edition   revised  in  part.     Rewritten  by   Frederic  G. 

Kenyon  1908     821.88  Bor2. 
LIFE  AND  AND  LETTERS,  MRS.  ORR'S 

By  William  G.  Kingsland.    Poet  Lore  3:10:522-528. 
LIFE  AND  LETTERS  OF  LESLIE  STEPHEN 

By  G.   W.   Prothero.    Nineteenth   Century.    Littell's  Living  Age 

253:598-607. 
LIFE  AND  WORKS  OF  ROBERT  AND  ELIZABETH  BARRETT 

BROWNING 

By    Countess    Zampini-Salazar.     Littell's    Living    Age    253:510. 

Books  and  Authors. 
LIFE.  FRENCH,  IN  BROWNING 

Programme  of  The  Boston  Browning  Society  1898-99.    Poet  Lore 

10:3:429-430. 
LIFE  IN  A  LOVE 

By  L.  M.  Sidney.    Lessons  From  Browning.     821.88  Dslb. 
LIFE  IN  POETRY:  POETICAL  CONCEPTION 

By  W.  J.  Courthope.    Nineteenth  Century  40:260-273: Aug.  1896. 
LIFE  OF  A  LITTLE  COLLEGE,  THE 

By   Archibald    MacMechan.     Browning's    Women — The    Surface 

121-141     820.4  M167e  (2  copies). 
LIFE  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING,  THE 

By  Ronald  Bayne.    Contemporary   Review  99:4-6:Literary  Sup- 
plement No.  40. 

By    Edward    Dowden.     Littell's    Living    Age    287:384;    241-63. 

Books  and  Authors. 

By  W.  Hall  Griffin.    Independent  70:100. 

By    Prof.    Herford.     Littell's    Living    Age    241  :63.     Books    and 

Authors. 

By  William  Sharp.    Great  IVriters.   Edited  by  Eric  Robertson  and 
1  Frank  T.  Marzials.    Bibliography,  by  John  P.  Anderson.     821.88 

Bsh  (2  copies). 

By  W.  Sharpe.    Poet  Lore  2:6:286. 
'  With  notices  of  his  writings,  his  family,  and  his  friends.    By  W. 

Hall  Griffin.    Completed  and  edited  by  Harry  Christopher  Min- 

chin.    821.88  Bg. 

See  Biography.  Above  page  31. 


210  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

LIFE  OF  SIR  JAMES  FITZJAMES  STEPHEN.  THE 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  182:41 8-439  :Oct.   1895. 
LIFE  OF  TENNYSON,  THE 

By  Hamilton  Wright  Mabie.    Atlantic  Monthly  80:577-589:  Feb. 

1897. 
LIFE  OF  THE  SPIRIT  IN  THE   MODERN   ENGLISH  POETS, 

THE 

Poet  Lore  7:8&9:455-458. 

Browning  as  a  HumortsU    By  Vida  D.  Scudder.    201-238     808.1 

S43618. 
LIFE,  ON  SOME  POINTS  IN  BROWNING'S 

View  of  a  Paper  Read  Before  the  Cambridge  Browning  Society 

Nov.  1882. 
LIFE  SPLINTERS  OR  RABAN 

By  W.  C.  Smith.    Athenaeum  2788:454-455: April  2.   1881. 
LIFE  WITHOUT  LITERATURE  IS  DEATH 

By  Pearl  Provence.    Baylor  Literary  12:126-28:Dec.  1903. 
LIFETIME  OF  LOFTY  ENDEAVOR,  A  BUSY 

Literary  Digest  30:216:Feb.   11,   1905. 
LIGHT  MAN,  A 

By  Henry  James,  Jr.    Galaxy  8:49-68: July   1869. 
LIGHT  ON  BROWNING'S  PERSONALITY,  NEW 

By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.   Dial  50:206-9: March  16,  1911. 
LIGHTS  ON  BROWNING,  NEW 

By  F.  Greenslet.    Atlantic  92:41 8-423  :Sept.    1903. 
LIGHTS  ON  A  CURIOUS  ALLUSION  IN  THE  RING  AND  THE 

BOOK 

By  Hiram  Corson.    Poet  Lore  6:5:248-251. 
LILLY,  W.  S. 

The   Mission   of   Tennyson.     Eclectic   Magazine  45:61 7-625  :May 

1897. 

Same.  Fortnightly  Review  67:239-250: Feb.   1897. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  213:227-234. 

Tenn))sons  Mission.   Literary  Digest  14:639:March  27,  1897. 
LINE-NUMBERING,  IN  THE  RING  AND  THE  BOOK,  ON  THE- 

By  Benjamin  Sagar.    Browning  Society  Papers   12:53-63     821.88 

Dbs. 
LINEAGE 

By  Henry  Van  Dyke.    Atlantic  Monthly  99:260: Feb.  1907. 
LINN,  JAMES  WEBER 

Literature  for  Beginners.    New  Republic   12:14-16:Aug.  4,   1917. 
LIPPINCOTT'S  MAGAZINE 

At    What  Age  Do   Literary   Men   Do    Their  Best    Work?     By 

Horatio  Winslow.    51  :276. 

Shelley).  By  George  L.  Knapp.    80:381. 

Wa})s  of  the  Hour  (Morning  Eyes).    By  Helen  Coale  Crew.    94: 

252-253:  July-Dec.  1914. 

Who  Is   Your  Favorite  Author?     By  Ann   Steger  Winston.    62: 

726:  July   1898- Jan.   1899. 
LIPS  OF  MUSIC 

By   Charlotte    Porter.     Epilogue    Songs:    Written    for    Browning's 

Return  of  the  Druses.    DjaheVs  Song,    115;    Anael's  Song,    116; 

In  Praise  of  BroToning,   117,     811    P8441.    (Autographed.) 
LIST  OF   BOOKS   AND  REFERENCES  TO  PERIODICALS   IN 

THE  BROOKLYN  PUBLIC  LIBRARY 

Library  Journal  37:2:486: Aug.   1912. 


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BROWNINGIANA  21! 

LIST  OF  ETCHINGS,  A 

The  Pied  Piper  of  Hamelin,  after  the  Watcr-Colour  Drawing  by 
the  late  G.  J.  Pinwell,  31.    Published  by  Robert  Dunthorne  at  the  Cabinet 

of  Fine  Arts,  London,   1884. 
LIST  OF  SOME  OF  THE  PERIODICALS  IN  WHICH  NOTICES 

OF  ROBERT  BROWNING  HAVE  APPEARED  SINCE 

HIS  DEATH 

Browning  Society  Papers  12:98-101      821.88  Dbs. 
LITERARY  AND  BIOGRAPHICAL 

By  C.  W.  Pearson.     821.88  Lper. 
LITERARY  AND  BIOGRAPHICAL  ESSAYS 

Robert  Browning,  A   Volume  of  Papers  b^  the  Way.    By  Charlei 

William    Pearson.     (Typewritten)     821.88   Dper. 
LITERARY  ANECDOTES  OF  THE  NINETEENTH  CENTURY 

By  W.  Robertson  Nicoll  and  Thomas  J.  Wise.    An  Opinion  on 

Ttnn\)son.  Elizabeth  Barrett  Broivning  33-41      828  N645  Vol.  1. 

Same.  Materials  for  a  Bibliography^  of  the  Writings  in  Prose  and 

Verse  of  Robert  Brorvning.  361-627     828  N645  Vol.  1, 

Same.  Elizabeth  Barrett  Brorvning,  and  Her  Scarcer  Boof(s.    2: 

81-101     828  N645  Vol.  2. 

Same.  Mrs.  Bron^ning's  Religious  Opinions  as  Expressed  in  Letters 

to  Wm.  Merry,  Esq.    123-141     828  N645  Vol.  2. 
LITERARY  ASSOCIATIONS  OF  THE  AMERICAN  EMBASSY. 

THE 

By  F.  S.  A.  Lowndes.    Fortnightly  Review  83: 1040  June   1905. 
LITERARY  BOSTON 

By  Lilian  Whiting.    Cosmopolitan  10:209:Dec.  1890. 
LITERARY  CENTENIALS 

By    Annie    Kimbal    Tuell.     Atlantic    Monthly    109: 103- 107: Jan. 

1912. 
LITERARY  CHAM  AND  HIS  COURT,  A 

By  H.  S.  Escott.    Fortnightly  Review   100:904 :Nov.  1913. 
LITERARY  CHICAGO  AND  CONAN  DOYLE 

Editorial.    Literary   Digest    10: 103: Nov.  24,    1894. 

LITERARY  COINCIDENCES 

By  John  Dennis.    (Leisure  Hour.)    Littell's  Living  Age  192:822- 

824. 
LITERARY  COMBAT.  A  COCKPIT 

By  Andrew  Lang.    Dial  44:167:March   16,   1908. 
LITERARY  CONFERENCES 

By  Walter  Besant.    Contemporary  Review  65:121-139:Jan.   1894. 
LITERARY  COURTSHIPS 

By   Eleanor   A.   Towle.     (Fortnightly    Review.)     Littell's   Living 

Age  223:220-231. 

LITERARY  CRITICISM,  CONTRADICTION  OF 

Editorial.    Literary  Digest  25:340:Sept.  20,   1902. 

LITERARY  CULTURE,  THE  WORTH  OF 

By  Prof.  Arlo  Bates.    Literary  Digest  1 5:733-734 :Oct.   16.   1897. 

LITERARY  CURIOSITY.  A 

Atlantic   Monthly  54:398-41 3  :Sep».    1884 
LITERARY  DIGEST 

Advice  to  Young  Authors.   By  Edgar  Fawcett.    13:202-3:June  13, 

1896. 

American  and  European  Literature  of  the  Past  Tvto  Decades.    By 

Editor.  20:573-574, 


212  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

The   American   Production   of    Ulysses.    Editorial.    27:385:Scpl. 

26,  1903. 

Americas  Dehl   to  British   Poetr}).    By   Mr.   Stedman.    22:316: 

March    16.    1901. 

The  Edwin  Arnold  Infatuation.    By  W.  S.  Smalley.    11 :521-522: 

Aug.  31,  1895. 

Arnold's  Hold  on  Immortality.  36:730:May  16,  1908. 

Art's  Decline  and  Fall.   41  :546:Ocl.  1,  1910    050  J712. 

As  to  Reading  in  Red.    Editorial.    28:112:Jan.  23,  1904. 

Alfred  Austin  and  His  Critics.   By  Editor.  21  :582:Nov.  17,  1900. 

The  Best  Poetry  for  Cirls.    By  Henry  Van  Dyke.    28:324-325: 

March  5,   1904. 

Books.  28:788-789:May  28,  1904;  30:254-255 :Feb.  18,  1905. 

Books  Received.    25:534:Oct.  25,  1902;  28:637:April  30,  1904; 

28:751  :May   21,    1904;    29:694:Nov.    19.    1904;    30:27:Jan.    7. 

1905. 

Same.   (Advertisement.)     By   Henry   Frowde.    31:1002:Dec.   30, 

1905. 

Same.   (Advertisement.)    By  Eward  Howard  Griggs.   31 :887-888: 

Dec.   9,    1905. 

Same.   (Advertisement.)     By  Frederic  G.  Kenyon.     32:848: June 

2,  1906. 

A  Brief  for  Literature  as  a  Profession.    By  Col.  Thomas  Went- 

worth  Higginson.    31  :271  :Aug.  26,  1905. 

Robert  Browning.    (Poem.)    By  Henry  Van  Dyke.    44:2:1110. 

Browning  and  How  to  Stud^  Him.    By  Hamilton  W.  Mabie.   20: 

781:June  23.  1900. 

Robert  Browning  as  a  Dramatist.    By  Edv/ard  Dowden.    28:843- 

844:  June  11,   1904. 

Browning  as   The  Preachers  Poet.    By  Charles  Frederick  Aked. 

31:536:Oct.  14.  1905. 

Browning  in  Nickelodeons.    39:681 -682: Oct.  23.   1909. 

Browning  on  His  Own  Obscurit]).     32:937:June  23,   1906. 

Robert  Browning's  Attitude  of  Detachment.    By  Stopford  Brooke. 

26: 149- 150: Jan.  31,  1903. 

Mrs.  Browning's  Ethical  Impulse.   By  Thomas  Bradfield.    13:715: 

Oct.  3,  1896. 

Browning's   Intellectual   Equipment.     By   Dean    Farrar.     14:552: 

March  6,   1897. 

Browning's  Lineage.   By  Henry  Van  Dyke.  34:266:Feb.  16,  1907. 

Mrs.  Browning's  Preeminence.    Editorial.    16:553:May  7,  1898. 

Browning's   Profoundest   Poem.     By   T.    W.   Higginson.    23:39: 

July  13,  1901. 

The  Brownings'  Romance  as  Reflected  in  Their  Poetry.    31:609- 

610:Oct.  28,  1905. 

A  Busy  Lifetime  of  Lofty  Endeavor.    30:2l6:Feb.  11,  1905. 

Can  Literature  Be  Taught?    Editorial.   22: 724-725: June  15,  1901. 

A  Chat  About  Longfellow.    By  R.  H.  Stoddard.    12:310-31 1  :Jan. 

11,  1896. 

Cherishing    the   Minor   Poets.     By    Sidney   Low.     40:62:  Ian.    8. 
1910.  J  • 

Christianity's  Dependence  Upon  Literature.   By  Henry  Van  Dyke. 
31:957-958:Dec.  23.   1905. 

Clouded  Literary  Lives.   By  Sidney  Low.   39:482:Sept.  25,  1909. 
Colleges  Blamed  for  Our  Lack  of  Author§.    By  William  W.  Ells- 


BROWNINCIANA  M 

worth.  53:2:304-305:Aug.  5.  1916. 

Colonel  Higginson's  Life  of  Longfellow.    By  T.  W.  Higginson. 

25 -.868-870  :Dec.  27,  1902. 

Complete  IVor^s  of  Robert  Brorvning.   By  George  D.  Spraul.   20: 

291  :March  3,  1900. 

Conditions  of  Great  Poetry.    By  W.  E.  Henley.   21 :729:Dec.  15, 

1900. 

Contradiction  of  Literary  Criticism.    Editorial.    25:340:Sept.  20, 

1902. 

/.  F.  Coopers  Rank  a*  No\>elist.   By  William  L.  Alden.    18:339: 

March  25,  1899. 

The  Courtship  of  Robert  Browning.    Editorial.    15:879-880: Nov. 

20,  1897. 

Coventry   Patmore,    the   Poet   of   Love.    Editorial.     14:519-521: 

Feb.  27.  1894. 

Current  Poetry.    Editorial.    52:1  :75:Jan.  8,  1916;  53:1:198-202: 

July  22.  1916.  ^ 

Defending  KeaCs  Love  Letters.   By  Prof.  Albert  E.  Hancock.  37: 

633-634  :Oct.  31,  1908. 

Defending  Literary  Fads.   By  Howells.  40:1 178: June  11,  1910. 

A  Defense  of  Mrs.  Browning's  Father.   By  C.  J.  Moulton  Barrett. 

18:578:May  20,  1899. 

A  Defense  of  the  Split  Infinitive.   By  Dr.  Thomas  R.  Lounsbury. 

28:653  :May  7.  1904. 

Democratizing  Shakespeare.    Editorial.    52:2: 1452- 1453: May  20, 

1916. 

Does  Industrialism  Kill  Literature?    By  Dr.  C.  A.  Smith.   24:671 : 

May  17,  1902. 

Dumas  and  D'Artagnan.    By  Walter  Shaw  Sparrow.    15:462-63: 

Aug.  14.  1897. 

A  Duel  of  Literary  Reputation.   By  Charles  Leonard  Moore.   46: 

l:710-711:March29.  1913. 

The  Ebb-Tide  of  Poetry  and  Criticism.   By  Rev.  Stopford  Brooke. 

21:691:Dec.  8.  1900. 

Mrs.  Eddy  and  Her  Views.    By  J.   I.  C.  Clarke.    22:730-731: 

June  15.  1901. 

Dr.  Eliot's  Five  Feet  of  Books.   By  Dr.  Eliot.   39:57-58: July  10, 

1908. 

The  English  Hall  of  Fame.    35:872:Dec.  7,  1907. 

Failure  of  Great  Writers  as  Dramatists.    Editorial.    26:785-786: 

May  30,  1903. 

A    Few    of  Frederick  Locker  s    Confidences.     Frederick   Locker- 

Lampson.    13:12: May  2,  1 896. 

A  Forgotten  Rival  of  Tennyson  and  Browning.  By  Edmund  Gosse. 

18:458-459: April  22,  1899. 

The  Genius  of  Christina  Rossetti.   28:804:June  4,  1904. 

The   Gethsemane   of  Literature.    By  James   Douglas.    43:2:738: 

Oct.  28,  1911. 

Gladstone's   Warning   to    Verse  Makers.    Editorial.     13:425-426: 

Aug.  1.  1886. 

A  Glance  at  Some  of  Stedman's  Work'    By  Mary  J.  Reid.    10: 

341-342:Jan.  19.  1895. 

A  Glimpse  of  Froude  at  Home.    By  Mrs.  Alexander  Ireland.    10: 

490:Feb.  23.  1895. 

The  Greatest  Books  of  the  Century.   By  Editor.   21 :797:Dcc.  29, 

1900. 


214  BAYLOR   UNIVERSITY 

The    Greatest   of    Women  Poets.     Editorial.     18:309: March    18. 
1899. 

A  Guide  to  the  New  Books.    33 :913-914:Dec.  15,  1906;  35:759- 
760:Nov.  16,  1907;  39:633-639:Oct.  16,  1909. 
Hawthorne  Through  His   Wife's  Eyes.    Editorial.    15:41  42:May 
8.  1897. 

How  Browning  Made  a  Christian.    By  Dr.  Edward  Berdoe.    12: 
531:  Feb.  29,  1896. 

How  Browning's  Fame  Was  Delay^ed.   By  H.  W.  Temple.    15:26: 
May   1,   1897. 

How  Browning's  Fame   Was  Delayed   Twenty   Years.    By  Dean 
Farrar.    14:701  :  April  10,  1897. 

How  One  of  Mrs.  Browning's  BooJ^s  Was  Named.    By  Edmund 
Gosse.    10:493 :Feb.  23,  1895. 

An  Ideal  Literary  Marriage.    37:426-427:Sept.  26,  1908. 
Ten  Years  of  English  Literature.    By  Edmund  Gosse.    15:521-522: 
Aug.  28,  1897. 

India  Moving   Christward.    By   Harold   Begbie.    48:1  :68-69:Jan. 
10.  1914. 

Individualism  as  the  Keynote  of  Nineteenth  Century  Literature.    By 
Edmund  Gosse.    22:345:March  23,   1901. 

Intellectual    Leadership    of    George    William    Curtis.     By    Henry 
Mills  Alden.    28:44: Jan.  9.  1904. 

Henry  James  and  Others  on  Browning.   By  Sir  Arthur  Pincro  and 
Henry  James.    44:2:1 159-1 160: June  1,  1912. 
Keat's  Ode  on  Melancholy,  as  First  Written.    By  Thomas  Went- 
worth  Higginson.     13:202: June   13,   1896. 

Walter  Savage  Landors  Letters  to  Miss  Paynter.    Editorial.    18: 
398-399: April  8,  1899. 

Andrew    Lang    on    Tennyson.     By   Andrew    Lang.     24:320-321  : 
March  8,   1902. 

Letters  by  Robert  Browning.    By  Wm.  G.  Kingsland.    14:425-26: 
Feb.  6.  1897. 

Letters  of  Robert  Louis  Stevenson.    By  Sydney  Colvin.     18:249- 
250:  March  4,  1899. 

The  Life  of  Alfred   Tennyson.    Editorial.     15:850-853  :Nov.    13, 
1897. 

Literary  Chicago  and  Conan  Doyle.    Editorial.     10:103 :Nov.  24, 
1894. 

Literary  Gems  for  the  British  Red  Cross.    By  J.  P.  Collins.    57: 
,30-31  :April  20,    1918. 

Literary   Qualities  of  Disraeli.    By  Walter  Sichel.    29:642:Nov. 
12,   1904. 

Literature  in  1903.    28:141-142:Jan.  30,  1904. 
Literature    of    the    Nineteenth    Century,    a    Retrospect.     20:77-78: 
Jan.  20,    1900. 

Longfellow   Through  Bliss  Carman's  Eyes.    16:459-460: April    16, 
1898. 

Love  Letters  of  Two  Poets.    By  Alice  Meynell.    18:425-426: April 
15,  1899. 

Love  Letters,   Real  and   Otherwise.    Editorial.    22:506:April  27, 
1901. 

Lyric  Poetry  of  England,  Ireland   and  America   Compared.     By 
Chas.  L.  Moore.  23:492-493:Oct.  26,  1901. 

A  Maeterlinck  Play  in  Philadelphia.    Editorial.    26:61 3-61 4: April 
25,  1903. 


BROWNINGIANA  215 

Maeterlinclc's  Monna   Vanna  and  Robert  Broivning.    By  William 

Lyon  Phelps.    26:456-457: March  28.  1903. 

Edmn  Markham  on  the  Poetry  of  Poe.   28:91 2: June  25.  1904. 

Edwin  Markham's  Book  of  Poems.    Editorial.     18:695-696: June 

17.  1899. 

Edivin  Markham's  Estimate  of  Kipling.    26:11:Jan.  3,   1903. 

Meredith  as  a  Poet.    By  M.  Sturge  Henderson.   36:341 -42: March 

7,  1908. 

Mesmerism.    By  Ezra  Pound.    44:2:1110. 

The  Modern  Note  in  Literature.    By  Claude  Bragdon.    27:897: 

Dec.  26.    1903. 

More  of  Max  Mailer's  Literary  Recollections.    14:670-671 : April 

3.  1897. 

More  Light  on  Patmores  Character.    By  Edmund  Gosse.    14:700- 

701:April  10.  1897. 

Mosaic  Poetry.    39:494:Sept.  25.  1909. 

The  Moses  of  Michael  Angela.   By  Robert  Browning.   49:2:1234: 

Dec.  19.  1914. 

Motives   and  Methods   of  Authorship.    By   G.   Eyre-Todd.     12: 

640-641. 

Prof.  Max  Mullers  Recollections  of  Froude  and  Kingsley.    14: 

427-28:Feb.  6.  1897. 

Musical  Possibilities  of  Poe's  Poems.   By  Charles  Sanford  Skitlon. 

10:400:Feb.  2,  1895. 

Necessary  Conditions  of  Great  Poetry.    By  W.  H.  Mallock.    21  : 

248-249  :Sept.  1.  1900. 

The  New  Fiction.    By  Henry  Mills  Alden.   37:321  :Sept.  5.  1908. 

A  New  Theory  of  Walt  Whitmans  Genius.    By  Dr.  R.  Maurice 

Bucke.   18:487-488: April  29.  1899. 

Notes  (Mrs.  Browning).    Editorial.    I8:698:june  17.  1899. 

Alfred  Noyes  for  Princeton.    Editorial.    48:1 :552-553:March  14. 

1914. 

An  Ode  to  the  Centenary  of  the  Birth  of  Robert  Browning.   Poem. 

By  George  Sterling.    44:2:1 108:May  25.  1912. 

Same.  Forum  49:97-99. 

The  Old  Epic  and  the  New.  Editorial.  26: 885 -886: June  20.  1903. 

The  Old  Men  of  Literature.   By  Richard  Le  GalUenne.   48:1 :491- 

492:March  7.   1914. 

The  One   Thousand  Best  BooI(s  of  the  Providence  Library.    By 

Editor.    22:475: April  20.  1901. 

Palgrave  and  His  Friends.    Editorial.    18:518:May  6,  1899. 

Parthian  Shots  at  Pre-Raffaelite  Poets.    By  Stephen  Crane.    41  : 

2:647-48:Dec.  15.  1910    050  J712. 

The  Past  and  Present  in  Literature.    By  Editor.    22: 128:  Feb.  2, 

1901. 

Penalty  of  Meredith's  Style.    By  Paul  Elmer  More.    30:891 : June 

17.    1905. 

A  Plea  for  the  Poets.    Editorial.    13:267-268: June  27.  1896. 

A  Poem   Which   Was  Mistaken  for  Browning's.    By  Ophelia  G. 

Browning.    19:130:July  29.  1899. 

Poe's  Place  as  a  Critic.    Editorial.    26:379-380: March   14,  1903 

The  Poet  in  Modern  Life.    Editorial.    27:772:Dec.  5.   1903. 

The  Poet  Laureates  Latest.    14:583 :March  13.  1897. 

The  Poet  of  the  Real.    By  G.  W.  Hulton.    37: 158- 159: Aug.   1, 

1908. 


216  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

A  Poet  of  Transcendental  Life.    41 :792-793:Nov.  5.   1910 
J712. 

Poetry^  and  Profits.   Editorial.   46:2: 1428: June  28.  1913. 
The  Poetry?  of  Social  Revolt.   25: 342-343: Sept.  20,  1902. 
Poetr]f,  War  and  Mr.  Hoivells.   Editorial.    18:607: May  27,  1899. 
A  Poet  IV ho  Lives  fcj;  His  Verse.   33:425-426:Sepl.  29,  1906. 
A  Poet's  Painter.   Editorial.    54:2:1 164-1 165: April  21,  1917. 
Present  Conditions  of  Literary  Production.    By  Paul  Shorey.    13: 
521: Aug.  22.  1896. 

The  Present  Ebb-Tide  of  English  Literature.  By  Edward  Dicey. 
21:69:July  21.  1900. 

Progress  and  Poetry.  By  Gerald  Stanley  Lee.  43:2: 1099  :Dec.  9, 
1911. 

Prometheus  Again  in  Drama.   30: 70: Jan.  14,  1905. 
The  Question  of  Greatness  in  Literature.    By  W.  P.  Trent.    24: 
865-866: June  28,  1902. 

Recollection  of  Moncure  D.  Conr»a}f.    30: 53-54: Jan.  14,  1905. 
Religious  Influence  of  Rudyard  Kipling.    By  Rev.  J.  T.  Sunder- 
land.   19:258-259: Aug.  26.  1899. 

The  Renascence  of  Wonder  in  English  Poetry.  By  Theodore 
Watts  Dunton.    28:698:May  14.  1904. 

Room  in  Westminster  for  Mrs.  Bror>fning.  By  Elizabeth  Porter 
Gould.    11:373: July  27,  1895. 

Christina  Rosselti.    Editorial.    10:312-313  :Jan.   12,   1895. 
Christina  Rossetti  Contrasted  With  Mrs.  Browning.  By  Mrs.  Alice 
Law.    ll:42:May  11.   1895. 

Dante  Gabriel  Rossetti' s  Diseased  Genius.  Editorial.  13:746-747. 
Rossetti  s  Isolation  in  Nineteenth  Century  Prose.  By  Arthur  C. 
Benson.   28: 587-588: April  23.  1904. 

The  Secret  of  Life  in  Poetry.  By  Prof.  W.  J.  Courthope.  13:588- 
589:Sept.  5.  1896. 

Shal^espeare's  View  on  Immortality.  By  Dr.  Frederick  Lynch. 
52:2: 1066:  April  15.  1916. 

Should  the  Bible  Be  Dramatized?  By  Rev.  F.  W.  Gunsaulus. 
19:378-3 79  :Sept.  23.  1899. 

Should  Love  Letters  Be  Published?  Editorial.  23:190-191 : Aug. 
17.  1901. 

A  Sketch  of  Ian  MacLaren.  By  Rev.  D.  M.  Ross.  13:810-11: 
Oct.  24.  1896. 

Goldwin  Smith  on  The  Poetry  of  England.  By  Goldwin  Smith. 
29:752-753 :Dec.  3.  1904. 

Some  Blunders  of  Critics.  By  Charles  Dudley  Warner.  15:702- 
703:Oct.  9.  1897. 

Some  Memories  of  Tennyson,  Browning  and  George  Eliot.  By 
Justin  McCarthy.    19:40:July  8.  1899. 

Some  Reconsidered  Reputations.  Editorial.  18:248-249: March  4, 
1899. 

Still  More  Books.   29:28: July  2,  1904. 

Study  of  Dictionaries.  By  William  Mathews.  13:525: Aug.  22, 
1896. 

A  Superb  Monster.   30: 143- 144: Jan.  28,  1905. 
Symonds  as  an  Interpreter  of  Italy.    By  John  Addington  Symonds. 
10:281 -282: Jan.  5.  1895. 

Samuel  Coleridge-Taylor,  The  Anglo- African  Composer.  29:835- 
836:Dec.  17.  1904. 


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Tennyson  and  Other  Poets  as  Dramatists.   Editorial.    15:548-549: 

Sept.  4,  1897. 

Tennyson  as  a  Minor  Poet.    Editorial.    48:1  :6l 9-620: March  21, 

1914. 

Tennyson,   The  Poet  of  the  English  Race.    By  Arthur  Waugh. 

13:330:July  11.   1896. 

Tennyson's  Mission.    By  W.  S.  Lilly.    l4:639:March  27.   1897. 

Thoughts  About  a  Nevt  Poetical  DaT»n.    By  Thomas   Bradfield. 

11:230: June  29,  1895. 

Three  Octogenarian  Poets.    Editorial.    ll:160:June  8,   1895. 

The  Two  Bobbies.    By  Tom  B.  Meteyard.    10:73  :Nov.  17,  1894. 

An    Unintended  Literary   Hoax.    By   Mr$.   Jennette   Lee.     53:2: 

1175:Nov.  4,  1916. 

What  Does  the  Bible  Really  Teach  as  to  Divorce?    Editorial.    18: 

673-675: June  10,  1899. 

What  Is  the  True  Province  of  Poetry?    Editorial.    18:365: April 

1.   1899. 

What  Kipling  as  a  Poet  Lacks.    Editorial.    l6:222:Feb.  19.  1898. 

When  a  Nation  Hates.    Editorial.    49:2:954-955:Nov.   14,   1914. 

Whitman  and  Brorvning  as  Poets  of  Barbarism.    By  George  San- 

tayana.    20:360-361. 

Why  Bron>ning  Is  Not  More  Popular.   By  E.  L.  Burlingame.    15: 

399-400: July  31,  1897. 

Why  Is  BroJi>ning  Popular?    By  Paul  Elmer  More.   30:775-776: 

May  27,  1905. 

Woman's    Viewpoint  in  Poetry.    Editorial.    35: 127- 128: July  27, 

1907. 

Women  and  Poetry.    Editorial.    18:279-280: March  11.  1899. 

Women  as  Potrrayed  in  English  Literature.  Editorial.    16:703-704: 

June  11,  1898. 

Women    in    American    Literature.     Editorial.     14:265-66: Jan.    2, 

1897. 

Women  in  Literature.    By  Kate  Upson  Clarke.    19:61 4 :Nov.   18, 

1899. 

The  Worth  of  Literary  Culture.    By  Prof.  Arlo  Bates.    15:733- 

734:Oct.  16.  1897. 

LITERARY  DILETTANTEISM 

By  W.  G.  Kingsland.    Poet  Lore  6:10:512-518. 
LITERARY    ELEMENT    IN    MODERN    SIDE   EDUCATION    IN 

ENGLISH  PUBLIC  SCHOOLS 

By  E.  C.  Everard  Owen.    Contemporary  Review  102:2:560-566. 
LITERARY  ESSAYS 

By  Geo.  Edward  Woodberry.    On  Browning's  Death  59     824.91 

W8811. 
LITERARY  FRIENDSHIP.  AN  IRISH  POET'S 

By  Percy  F.  Bicknell.    Dial  44:69-70:  Feb.  1,  1908. 
LITERARY  GEMS  FOR  THE  BRITISH  RED  CROSS 

By  J.  P.  Collins.    Literary  Digest  57:30-31  : April  30,    1918. 
LITERARY  GOSSIP 

Athenaeum   2881 :54-55: July    13.    1883;    2945 :444-445 : April    5, 

1884;   3217:794:June  22,   1889;   3234:524-525:Oct.   19,   1889; 

3242:823-824:Dec.  14.  1889;  3243: 860-862: Dec.  21.  1889;  3244 

897-898:Dec.  28.  1889;  3246:50-51 : Jan.  11.  1890;  3247:86-87 

Jan.    18.    1890;    3255:342-343: March    15.    1890;    3264:642-643 

May   17,   1890;  3267: 739-740: June  7.   1890;   3271  :36-38:July  5. 

1890;  3282:388-390:Sept.  20.  1890;  3285:484-486:Oct.  11. 1890; 


218  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

3293:778-779:Dec.  6.  1890;  331 1 :475-476 -.April  11,  1891 ;  3334: 

389-390:Sept.  19,  1891;  3337:487-488:Oct.  10,  1891;  3338:519- 

520:Oct.  17,  1891;  3343: 688-689: Nov.  21,  1891;  3357:278-279: 

Feb.  27,  1892;  3366:566-567: April  30,  1892;  3433 :229 : Aug.  12, 

1893;  3438:389-390:Sept.  16,  1893;  3446:665-666:Nov.  11, 

1893;  3485: 196- 197: Aug.  11,  1894;  3488:290-291 : Sept.  1,  1894; 

3583:846:June   27,    1896;    3608:875-876:Dec.    19.    1896;    3622: 

418-419:March  27.  1897;  3634:81 1-81 2: June  9,  1897;  3650:491- 

492:Oct.  9,  1897;  3662:24-25:Jan.  1,  1898;  3704:572-573  :Oci. 

22,  1898;  4024:807-808:Dec.  10.  1904. 
LITERARY  HELP 

(Punch.)    Liltell's  Living  Age  261-123. 
LITERARY  HISTORY  OF  AMERICA 

By  Charlotte  Porter.    Poet  Lore   13:3:439-448. 
LITERARY  INSPIRATION  OF  IMPERIALISM.  THE 

Eclectic  Magazine  135:151-161  :July  1900. 

Scottish  Review.    Littell's  Living  Age  225:801-811. 
LITERARY  LIFE.  THE 

Pen  Pictures  of  Modern  Authors.    By  William  Shepard.    (T3rpe- 

written)     821.88  Bsm. 
LITERARY  LONDON.  MORE  MEMORIES  OF 

By  E.  G.  J.    Dial  18:8-10:Jan.  1.  1895. 
LITERARY  LONDON  TWENTY  YEARS  AGO 

Atlantic   Monthly.     By   Thomas   Wentworth   Higginson.    80:753- 

761:Dec.   1897. 
LITERARY  MAN.  A 

By  Harriet  Jay.    Academy.    Littell's  Living  Age  237:378-381. 
LITERARY  MEN.  AT  WHAT  AGE  THEY  DO  THEIR  BEST 

WORK? 

By  Richard  Le  Gallienne.   51 :273-277:March  1914. 
LITERARY  MOSAIC 

By  Chas.  W.  Hodell.   Ring  and  the  Book.     821.88  Hrhm. 

Modern  Language  23:3:510-519. 
LITERARY  NOTES 

Independent  39:1:176;   41:2:1154  41:2:1659;   51:141:1899;   57: 

1216:1904;  66:1402. 

Tennyson's  reference  to  Sale  of  Love  Letters.    Independent  74: 

591. 

Outlook  58:982: April  16.  1898. 
LITERARY  NOTES:  AN  ADDRESS  BY  MR.  AUGUSTINE  BIR- 

RELL 

By  Editor.  Outlook  58: 188: Jan.  15.  1898. 
LITERARY  NOTES  (LETTERS  OF  ELIZABETH  BROWNING) 

Outlook  57 :336:Oct.  2.  1897. 
LITERARY  NOTES  (SALE  OF  BROWNING'S  LETTERS) 

Outlook  50:515:Sept.  29.    1894. 

LITERARY  PORTRAITS 

By  G.  K.  Chesterton  and  J.  E.  H.  Williams.    Bookman  12:472- 
481. 

LITERARY  QUALITIES  OF  DISRAELI 

By  Walter  Sichel.   Literary  Digest  29:642:Nov.  12,  1904. 

LITERARY  READINGS 

Munsey's  Magazine  15:507:July   1896. 

LITERARY  RECOLLECTIONS 

By  F.  Max  Mueller.   Cosroopolii.   Littell'*  Living  Age  213:75-89. 


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BROWNINGIANA  219 

LITERARY  SCRAP  HEAP.  THE 

Baylor  Literary  22:28-31  : Feb.    1914. 

LITERARY  SHRINES.  THE  FINANCE  OF 

By  William  G.  Fitzgerald.    Munsey's  Magazine  37:733-743:Sept. 
1907. 

LITERARY  STUDIES 

Broivnings  Chrisimai  Eve  108-129     804  B3661». 
By   Dorothea   Beale.    Religious    Teachings   of  Broivning  83-107, 
IVordsTvorth,   Tcnny^son  and  Bromning,  or  Pure  Ornate  and  Gro- 
tesque Art  in  English  Poetry.    By  Walter  Bagehot.     (Reprinted 
from  the  National  Review.)     19:27     821.88  Dcg. 
By  A.  A.  Jack.  "Contemporary  Review  101 :444-445:  March  1912. 

LITERARY  STUDY,  THE  AIMS  OF 

By  Oscar  Lovell  Trigg.    Dial  18:203-4: April   1.   1895. 

LITERARY  TEACHING  IN  PUBLIC  SCHOOLS 

By  E.  C.  Everard  Owen.    Contemporary  Review   102:2:560-566. 

LITERARY  TREASURES  UNEARTHED 

Mrs.  Browning's  Opinion  on  Tennyson.  By  William  G.  Kingsland. 
Poet  Lore  8:1:23-27. 

LITERARY  WORLD,  THE' 

Asolando.    21:l:3:Jan.  4,  1890     821.88  Xmal. 
Broivning  Clubs  in  the  United  States.    By  Hiram  Corson.    14:8: 
127:April21,  1883. 

Robert  Brorvning.   20:26:480: Dec.  21,  1889     821.88  Xmal. 
Browning  Room  at  WellesleXf.  14:11  :  176- 177: June  2.  1883     821.88 
Xmal. 

Browning's  Agamemnon.  Review  of  La  Saisiaz,  and  Dramatic 
Id}fls.    13:419:Dec.  2.1882     821.88  Xmal. 

Brownings  Poems.  (Under  Review.)  149:487-488:Dec.  8,  1849 
821.88  Xmal. 

An  editorial  on  Robert  Browning.  20:480:Dec.  21,  1889  821.88 
Xmal. 

Magazine  Articles:  1.  Unique  Poems — Browning's  Dulse's  Inter- 
view IVith  Envoy,  193:Sept.  1849;  2,  Reviews — Robert  Brown- 
ing's Poems,  487:Dec.  8,  1849;  3,  Reviews — Browning's  Aga- 
memnon, 419:Dec.  2,  1882;  4,  Selections  From  Browning,  58: 
Feb.  24,  1883;  5,  Browning  Clubs  in  the  United  States,  by  Hiram 
Corson,  127:April  21.  1883;  6,  Selections  From  Browning,  157: 
May  19.  1883;  7,  Living  English  Poets,  172: June  2.  1883;  8, 
Robert  Browning,  480:Dec.  21,  1889;  9.  Asolando,  3:Jan.  4. 
1890;  10,  Original  Poetry  (To  the  Memory  of  Robert  Browning), 
by  John  Savoy,  8: Jan.  4,  1890;  1 1,  Recollections  of  Robert  Brown- 
ing, 25: Jan.  18,  1890;  12,  Reviews — Balaustion's  Adventure  (The 
Nation),  178:Sept.  14,  1871;  13,  Memorial  Exercises,  by  Sidney 
Lanier.  40-41  :Feb.  1,  1890     821.88  Xmal. 

Memorial  Exercises  to  Robert  Browning  held  in  King's  Chapel 
Jan.  28,  1890,  under  the  Auspices  of  the  Browning  Society  of 
Boston.  21:3:40:Feb.  1,  1890  821.88  Xmal. 
Original  Poetry.  The  Twelfth  of  December,  1889.  To  Robert 
Browning.  By  R.  W.  Gilder.  21:3:40:Feb.  1.  1890  821.88 
Xmal. 

Prospice.  By  Robert  Browning.  20: 26: 480: Dec.  21.  1889  821.88 
Xmal. 

Recollections  of  Robert  Browning.  21 :2:25-26:Jan.  18.  1890 
621.68  Xmal.. 


220  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

Review  of  Asolando  Fancies  and  Fads.    By  Robert   Browning 

21 :1  :3  :Jan.  4,  1890.   Houghton,  Mifflin  &  Co.     821 .88  Xmal. 

Review  of  Poems  fcj;  Robert  Browning.   In  two  volumes.   New  edi- 
tion.  Boston:  Ticknor.  Reed  &  Fields.    149:487-488:Dec.  8.  1849 

821.88  Xmal. 

Selections  From  Browning.    Review  of  E.  T.  Mason's  Browning's 

Lyrical   and  Dramatic   Poems.     14:4:58:Feb.   24,    1883     821.88 

Xmal. 

Selections  From  the  Poetr\)  of  Robert  Browning,  with  an  Iatrt)« 

duction    by    Richard    Grant    White.      14: 10: 157: May    19,    1883 

821.88  Xmal. 

To  the  Memor})  of  R.  B.    By  John  Savary.    21 :1 :8:Jan.  4,  1890 

821.88  Xmal. 

Unique  Poems.   The  Duke's  Interview  with  the  Envoy.   By  Robert 

Browning.    136:193:Sept.  8.  1849     821.88  Xmal. 
LITERATURE 

Editorial.   Independent  67 :880-881 . 

By  J.  W.  T.  Ley.   Nation  109:522:Oct.  1919. 

By  Frank  Jewett  Mather,  Jr.    Forum  34:226:Oc!.   1902;   34:89: 

July  1902. 

By  Brander  Mathews.    Forum  40:499:Nov.  1908. 

A  M]fsterious  Novel.    Editorial.    Independent  53:619-1901. 
LITERATURE  AND  DEMOCRACY 

Eclectic  Magazine   137:237-245: Aug.   1901. 

MacMillan.   Littell's  Living  Age  229:647-655. 
LITERATURE  AND  LIFE 

By  Arthur  C.  Benson.    Century  88:773-778:Sept.   1914. 
LITERATURE  AND  THE  SCIENTIFIC  SPIRIT 

By  Oscar  L.  Triggs.    Poet  Lore  6:3:113-126. 
LITERATURE  AS  A  RESOURCE 

By  Hamilton  Wright  Mabie.   Chautauquan  22:65-74:Oct.  1896. 
LITERATURE,  CLASSICAL  AND  MODERN 

By  R.  Y.  Tyrrell.    Eclectic  Magazine   142:520  523: March   1904. 
LITERATURE  CRITICISM 

By  F.  H.  Farrar.    Forum  9:286: May  1890. 
LITERATURE.  DIAPHANOUS 

By  Frederic  Harrison.    Dial  45:391  :Dec.  1,  1908. 
LITERATURE  FOR  BEGINNERS 

By  James  Weber  Linn.    New  Republic  12:14-16:Aug.  4,  1917. 
LITERATURE  IN  THE  ELEMENTARY  SCHOOL 

By  Porter  Lander  Mac  Clintock.    Elementary  School  Teacher  3: 
146- 155:  July    1902. 
LITERATURE  IN  THE  MARKET  PLACE 

By  Geo.  E.  Woodberry.    Forum  ll:654:Aug.   1891. 
LITERATURE  IN  1903 

Literary   Digest  28: 141 -142: Jan.   30,    1904. 

LITERATURE,  ITS  TOILS  AND  REWARDS 

Editorial.    Baylor  Literary  6:218-221  : Feb.   1898. 

LITERATURE.  THE,  LEADER  OF  THE  PEOPLE 

By    Prof.    Kuno    Francke.    Journal   of    American    History   4:20: 
First  Quarter  1910. 

LITERATURE  OF  DREAMS 

A  Study  in   the  -Dream-Craft  of  Holmes,  Burns,  Lamb,  Hood, 
Lowell  and  Tennyson.    By  L.  W.  Smith.    Poet  Lore  7:5:233-243. 

LITERATURE  OF  NINETEENTH  CENTURY,  A  RETROSPECT 
By  Sidney  Lee.   Literary  Digest  20: 77-78: Jan.  20.  1900. 


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LITERATURE  OF  THE  WORLD 

Poet  Lore  10:4:598-604. 

LITERATURE:  RECENT  BIOGRAPHY 

By  Herbert  W.  HarwiU.    Forum  35:73:July   1903;   36:555 :Jan. 

1905. 
LITERATURE.  STUDIES  IN 

Chautauquan  15:502-503:July   1892. 
LITERATURE:  THE  ART  OF  LETTER  WRITING 

By  Herbert  W.  Harwill.    Forum  36:554: Jan.  1905. 
LITERATURE,  THE  CONCEPTION  OF  RESURRECTION  IN 

Contemporary   Review    1 03: 585-588:  April    1913  :Literary  Supple- 
ment. 
LITERATURE,  THE  GETHSEMANE  OF 

By  James  Douglas.    Literary  Digest  43:2:738:Ocl.  28,  1911. 
LITERATURE,  THE  NEW 

By  H.  W.  Mabie.    Outlook  102:204. 
LITERATURE,  THE  OLD  MEN  OF 

By  Richard  Le  Gallienne.    Literary  Digest  48:1  :49 1-492: March 

7,  1914. 
LITERATURE,  WOMEN  IN 

By  Kate  Upson  Clarke.    Literary  Digest   19:61 4  :Nov.   18,   1899. 
LITTELL    PHILIP 

books  and   Things.    New  Republic  2:330: May   1,   1915;    13:24: 

Nov.  3,  1917;    13:254:Dec.  29,  1917. 

Optimism  of  Robert  Browning.   New  Republic  2:330:May  1,  1915. 
LITTLE  BOOK  OF  POETS'  PARLEYS 

By  Charlotte  Porter  and  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Littell's  Living  Age 

239:318.    Books  and  Authors. 
LITTLE.  CHARLES  J, 

Browning's  Use  of  History  from  Memorial  Meeting  of  the  Syracuse 

Browning  Club  9-13     821.88  Bsr. 
LITTLE  ESSAYS  IN  LITERATURE 

By  Richard  Burton.    The  Brownings  287-291      814  B9741. 
LITTLE  GIRLS  RECOLLECTIONS,  A 

By  Henriette  Corkran.    Temple  Bar.    Littell's  Living  Age  204: 

311-315. 
LITTLE  JOURNEYS  TO  THE  HOMES  OF  ENGLISH  AUTHORS 

By  Elbert  Hubbard.    Robert  Browning.    Done  into  print  by  the 

Roycrofters  at  the  Roycroft  Shop,  which  is  in  East  Aurora,  New 

York,  U.S.  A.    821.88  Bhl. 
LITTLE  TALK  ABOUT  A  GREAT  POET,  A 

By  Klyda  Richardson  Steege.    St.   Nicholas  30:1 1  :977-981  :Sepl. 

1903. 
LIVING 

By    Charles    W.    Harvey.     New    Church    Review    16:75-86: Jan. 

1909. 

LIVING  AGE,  LITTELL'S 

Anecdotes  of  Robert  Browning.    184:824: March  29,  1890. 

An  Apology — On  Reading  the  Browning  Love  Letters.    By  Elsie 

Higginbotham.    (Academy.)    222:792 

Affectation.     (Sat.  R.)     129:248-251. 

Afternoon   Call,  An.     (Temp.   Bar.)    203:208-215. 

Archbishop  Trench's  Poems.    By  Aubrey  De  Vere.    (19th  Cent.) 

178:131-144. 

Arnold,  Matthew.    By  Leslie  Stephen.    (Natn'l  R.)    200:90-103. 

Same.  By  Frederic   Harrison.     (19th  Cent.)    209:362-367. 


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Beddoes,  Thomas  Lovell.    By  Mrs.  Andrew  Crosse.    (Temp.  B.) 

201:157-166. 

Doo}(3  and  Auihon: 

The   Poetry    of   Robert    BroT»nmg.     By    Stopford    Brooke. 

235:703. 

Letters  of  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.   219:737. 

Letters   of  the  Brownings.    219:399;    221:669. 

Stopford  A.  Brooke's  Lectures.    220:604;    223:402. 

Westminster  Biographies.    By  Arthur  Waugh.    226:334. 

Robert  Browning.    By  Hall  Griffin.    243:574. 

An   Introduction    to   the   Study   of  Browning.     By    Arthur 

Symons.    253 :639. 

Life  and  Worlds  of  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning. 

By   Countess   Zampini-Salazar.    253:510. 

The    Paracelsus    of   Browning.     By    Christina    P.    Denison. 

271:318 

Lectures  in  German  Universities.    245:823. 

Florence  in  the  Poetry  of  the  Brownings.    By  Anne  Benne- 

son  McMahan.    243:828. 

The    Paracelsus    of   Browning.     By    Christina    P.    Denison. 

271:192. 

The  Brownings:   Their  Life  and  Art.    By  Lilian  Whiting. 

271 :572. 

Life  of  Browning.    By   Prof.   Herford.    241 :63. 

Same.  By   Prof.  Dowden.    241 :63. 

Maeterlinck  and  Browning.    238:511. 

English  Literature.    By  G.  H.  Mair.    272:383. 

New   Poems    by    Robert    and   Elizabeth    Barrett   Browning. 

Edited  by  F.  G.  Kenyon.    285:190. 

Browning's  Ancestor.    233:574. 

Life  of  Robert  Browning.    By  Edward  Dowden.    287:384. 

Browning  and  Padriac  Colum.    292:448. 

Stopford   Brooke's   Monogram   on   Robert   Browning.     234: 

823. 

Little  Bool(s  of  Poets'   Parleys.     By   Charlotte   Porter   and 

Helen  A.^  Clarke.    239:318. 

Browning's   Essay    on   Shelley.    238:319. 
British  Art  in  Venice.    By  Marcus  B.  Huish.    (19th  Cent.)    262: 
404-410. 

Browning,    Elizabeth    Barrett.     (Lon.    Times.)     249:173-179. 
Browning's  Letters,  Mrs.     (Athenaeum.)     215:239-243. 
Browning,  Elizabeth  Barrett.    Lond.  T.)     241:312-316. 
Browning,  Mrs.    (MacM.)     179:802-808. 

Browning,    Elizabeth    Barrett.     By    Pompeo    Molmenti.     (Nuova 
Ant.)     219:35-40. 

Browning,   Robert.     (Quart.   R.)     185:666-681  : June    14.    1890. 
Brownings,    The.    By   Mrs.   Andrew   Crosse.     (Temp.    B.)     192: 
719-728. 

Carlyle,    Thomas.     (Quart.   R.)     113:666-683. 
Chapters    From    Some    Unwritten    Memoirs    in    Italy.     By    Anne 
Ritchie.    (MacM.)    203:548-553. 

Browning,  Robert,  A  Sequence  of  Sonnets  on  the  Death  of.    By 
A.  C.  Swinburne.    (Fortn.  R.)    184: 447-448: Feb.   15.   1890. 
Browning?   Yes  in  a  General  Way  (Poem).    From  H.  E.  W.  to 
W.  C.  E.     (Spectator.)     190:578. 
Browning,  A  Poem  to.    By  Pakenham  Beatty.    198:770. 


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Browning,   Robert,    and   Alfred   Domett.     By    W.    Hall    Griffin. 
(Contemp.  R.)    244:393-410:Feb.    18.   1905. 
Browning,  Robert.    By  G.   William   Sharpe.     (Chur.  Quart.  R.) 
186:77l-784:Sepi.  1890. 

Browning's  Portraits   of    Women.    By   "W.   T.   Davison.     (Lond. 
Quart.  R.)    281 :352-356. 

Browning's   View   of  Life.    (St.  James'  Gaz.)     184:255-256. 
Browning,  Seme   Thoughts  On.    By   Mary  A.  Lewis.     (MacM.) 
154:238-246: July  22,   1882. 

Same.  By  H.  D.  Traill.     (Contemp.  R.)     178:88-96. 
Arnold,   Matthew,   As   a   Popular  Poet.     By    Wm.   A.   Sibbald. 
(MacM.)    241:83-98. 

Asolo    and    Its    Neighborhood.     By    Linda    Villari.     (Murray's.) 
191:367-371. 

Asolan  Country,  In   the.    By   Eugene  Benson.     (New  R.)    21 1 : 
115-121. 

At  the  Sign  of  the  Plough.    (Cornhill.)    268:563.  ^ 
At  the  Sign  of  the  Plough;  Questions  on  Browning's   Works.    By 
Owen   Seaman.     (Cornhill.)     269:54-55.    175. 
Robert  Browning,  By  E.   F.  Bridelle-Fox.     (Argosy.)     184:762- 
766. 

Same.  By   Stopford   A.    Brooke.     (Contemporary   Review.)    184: 
290-297. 

Same.  By  Andrew  Lang.    (Contemporary  Review.)    190:563-570. 
Same.  By  Roden  Noel.    (Contemporary  Review.)    159:771-781. 
Same.  By  H.  D.  Traill.    184:297-300     821.88  Xman. 
Same.  A  Poem.    By  Mary  A.  Woods.    (Academy.)    231  :528. 
Same.   (Time.)    A  Young  Man's  Recollections.    187:673-677. 
Browning   and   Butler.    By   J.   Churton   Collins.     (Contemporary 
Review.)    267:481488. 

Robert  Browning  and  Alfred  Domett.   By  W.  Hall  Griffin.    (Con- 
temporary Review.)    244:393-410. 
Browning  and  Ital^.    (Spectator.)    274:54-58. 
Browning  and  Tenn'^son.    (Spectator.)     184:190-192. 
Same.   (Blackwood's  Magazine.)     184:240-245. 
Browning    and    Wordsworth.     By    Harry    Christopher    Minchin. 
(Fortnightly  Review.)    27:104-112. 

Browning  as  a  Preacher.    By  Miss  E.  D.  West.     (Dark  Blue.) 
111:707-723. 

Browning  as  a  Religious  Teacher.   By  R.  H.  Hutton.  Cood  Words. 
184:2385:660-665:  March  15,  1890. 

Browning   Biography.    By   Emily   Hickey.     (Nineteenth   Century 
and  After.)    268:201-213. 

Browning's    Casuistr}).     By    Sir    Leslie    Stephen.     (National    Re- 
view.)   236:257-271  :Jan.   31.   1903. 

Robert  Browning  in  Edinburgh.    (Cornhill  Magazine.)    260:653- 
663. 

Browning  in  London.    By  E.   Beresford  Chancellor.     (Outlook.) 
273:755-757. 

Robert  Browning,  In  Memoriam.    By  Edmund  Gosse.    (New  Re- 
view.) 184:372-375. 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    By  John  Dennis.    Leisure  Hour  86- 
90:Feb.  1889.    180:629-635    821.88  Xbm. 
The  Browning  Love  Letters.    (London  Times.)    221 :  166- 170. 
Robert  Browning,  the  Musician.    By  A.  Goodrich-Freer.    (Nine- 
teenth Century  and  After.)    229:803-811. 


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Browning  Out  IVest.    By  Frederick  Morgan  Padelford.    (Cornhill 
Magazine.    252:691-697. 

A   Browning  Pilgrimage.    By  Arthur  J.  Whyte.     (Contemporary 
Review.)    277:542-550. 

Brownings  Onl])  Public  Speech.    184: 192: Jan.  4,  1890. 
Mr.    Browning's    Place    in    Literature.     (Contemporary    Review.) 
122:67-85. 

Browning's  Poems.    A  Review.    108:155-166. 
Browning's  Theology.    (The  Spectator.)    192:374  376. 
A   Budget  of  Memories.    By  Sir  George  Otto  Trevelyan.    260 
280:284:Jan.  30,   1909. 

Children  in  English  Poetry.     (Contemp.   R.)     267:108-111. 
Churchill,  Lord  Randolph.    By  Sir  Herbert  Maxwell.    (Nat'l  R.) 
205:28-37. 

Classical   and  Modern   Literature.     By    R.    Y.   Tyrrell.     (Pilot.) 
240:567-570. 

Comparison  of  Elizabethan   With  Victorian  Poetry,  A.    By  J.  A. 
Symonds.     (Fortn.   R.)     180:195-209. 
Concerning   Leigh   Hunt.     (Cornhill.)     194:131-144. 
Conditions  of   The  Grand  St^le,   The.     (Spect.)     157:120-123. 
Confidences   of   a   Society   Poet,    The.     (Lond.    Quar.    R.)     211: 
362-370. 

Conversations    and   Correspondences    With    Thomas    Carl^le.     By 
C.  Gavan   Duffy.     (Contemp.   R.)     192:531-550. 
Critics   and  Authors.     (Sat.   R.)     141:318-320. 
Debt  of  English  to  Italian  Literature.    By  J.  A.  Symonds.    (Fortn. 
R.)      125:131-138. 

Decay)  of  Literature,   The.     (Cornh.)     155:617-624. 
Departure  From  Tradition,  A  Stor^  of  the   Year  '95.    By  Rosa- 
line   Masson.     (Chamb.   Jour.)     207:15-23. 

Did  Browning   Whistle  or  Sing?    By  F.  M.  Padelford.     (Corn- 
hill Magazine.)    261  :475-482. 

Difficulties   of   Religious  Poetry,    The.     (Spect.)     213:276-278. 
Did   Browning    Whistle   or   Sing?     By    Padelford.     261:475-482. 
Dip   in   Criticism,' A.    By  Andrew   Lang.     (Contemp.   R.)     179: 
352-357. 

Discretion    and    Publicity.     (Edinburgh    Review.)     221  :807-820: 
June   17,    1899. 

Earl^    Victorians  and  Oursehes.     By   G.   S.    Street.     (Fortn.   R.) 
251:617-624. 

Emerson,  Ralph   Waldo:  An  Ethical  Stud}).    By  Henry  Norman. 
(Fortn.   R.)     158:771-777. 

Emily,  Lady    Tennyson.    By  Annie  Fields.    21 1  :765-766. 
England  of  English  Poets,   The.     (Times.)     285:677-681. 
English  Lyrical  Poetry.    By  J.   D.     (Cornhill.)     122:195-208. 
English    Vers  de  Societe.     (Quart.   R.)     122:707-720. 
Ethics   of  Parody,    The.     (Acad.)     238:125-127. 
A  Few  Conversationalists.    (Cornhill  Magazine.)    233:547-558. 
Fine  Passes  in  Verse  and  Prose  Selected  by  Living  Men  of  Letters. 
Fortnightly  Review  48:297-3 16: Aug.   1887. 
Four    Victorian  Poets.     (Times.)     257:244-249. 
Francis    Thompson:    A    Study    in    Temperament.     (Lond.    Quart. 
R.)    203:403-410. 

French  Study  of  Burns,  A.    (Blackw.)     198:735-743. 
From  the  Land  of  Letters.    By  Thomas  F.  Plowman.    (Cornhill.) 
288:598-609. 


BROWNINGIANA  225 

Future  of  Fiction,  The.  By  Mr.  Hemendra  Prasad  Ghose.  (Hind. 
R.)    268:154-159. 

The  Cladstone-BroJi>ning  Controversy.  By  Richard  E.  Crook. 
(Gentleman's  Magazine.)    246:626-630. 

Glimpses  of  Thomas  Carl^le.  By  Percy  Fitzgerald.  (Contemp. 
R.)    278:216-223. 

Glorious  Robert  Brorvning.  By  Emily  Hickey.  (Nineteenth  Cen- 
tury and  After.)    271  :270-283. 

Half  a  Centurxf  of  Literary  Life.  (Lond.  Quart.  R.)  158:387- 
401. 

Hawthorne,  Nathaniel.     (St.   Paul's.)     109:707-713. 
Heavy  Fathers.    By  Rowland   Grey.     (Fortn.   R.)    262:473-480. 
Hervc   Riel — A    Poem.     By   Robert    Browning.     (Cornh.)     109: 
63-64. 

Hours  in  a  Library.    (Times.)    292:283-287. 
Ho-a>   to   Read.    By   Arnold   Houltain.     (Blackw.)     208:515-528. 
Hunt,  Leigh.    By  F.  Warre  Cornish.     (Temple  B.)     210:3-14. 
Huxley,    Thomas    Henry,    A    Reminiscence.     By    Wilfrid    Ward. 
(I9th   Cent.)     210:579-592. 
Illustration.     (Blackw.)     112:67-79. 

In  the  Poet's  Garden.  By  Phil  Robinson.  (Contemp.  R.)  198: 
419-431. 

Inspired  Little  Creature  and  the  Poet  Wordsrvorlh,  An.    By  Rosa- 
line   Masson.     (Fortn.    R.)     267:790-801. 
Intellectual  Effect   of   Old   Age.     (Spect.)     184:249-251. 
Is   Literature   Dying?     By   Herbert    Paul.     (Contemp.    R.)     253: 
387-395. 

Is    Poetry    Unpopular?     (Spec.)     240:820-823. 
Italian   Poets  of    Today.    By   Helen   Zimmern.     (Blackw.)     193: 
451-465. 

Landor,  Walter  Savage.    By  John  Fyvie.    (Temp.  B.)    206:3-12. 
Landor's  "Imaginary   Conversations."     (Cornh.)     140:3-15. 
La  Saisiaz  in    1895.    By  A.  Taylor  Innes.     (Contemporary  Re- 
view.)   210:679-689. 

Leaves  From  the  Diary  of  a  Tramp.  By  J.  A.  H.)  (Cornhill.) 
262:143-149. 

Letter  to  A  Friend.  By  Robert  Browning.  (Leisure  Hour.)  184: 
768. 

Letters  from  Elizabeth  Barrett  Brorvning  to  the  Author  of  Orion  on 
Literary  and  General  Topics.  By  R,  H.  Home.  (Contemporary 
Review.)    120:281-290. 

Life  and  Letters  of  Leslie  Stephen.  By  G.  W.  Prothero.  (19th 
Cent.)    253:598-607. 

Literary  Coincidences.  By  John  Dennis.  (Leisure  Hour.)  192: 
822-824. 

Literary  Courtships.  By  Eleanor  A.  Towle.  (Fortn.  R.)  223: 
220-231. 

Literary  Help.   261:123. 

Literary  Inspiration  of  Imperialism.     (Scottish   R.)     225:801-811. 
Literary  Man,  A.    By  Harriet  Jay.     (Acad.)    237:378-381. 
Literary  Recollections.    By  F.  Max  MuUer.    (Cosmopolis.)    213: 
75-89. 

Literature   and  Democracy.     (MacM.)     229:647-655. 
Little  Girl's  Recollections,  A.   By  Henriette  Corlcran.    (Temp.  B.) 
204:311-315. 


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Lord  Dc  Table)).  A  Portrait.  By  Edmund  Gosse.  (Contemp. 
R.)    208:346-357. 

Lord  Lvttons  Rank  '"  Literature.  By  W.  S.  Blunt.  (19lh  Cent.) 
193:805-811. 

Lord  L\)ttons  Letters.     (Lond.   T.)    251:754-758. 
Litton  ,Edv>ard  Buln>er.    By  Edmund  Gosse.    (Fortn.  R.)    280: 
3-13. 

Meredith,  George.  By  Percy  Lubbock.  (Quart.  R.)  264:515- 
526. 

Meredith  in  His  Poems,  Mr.  By  Edward  Dowden.  (Fortn.  R.) 
193:495-505. 

Minor  Poets,  The.  By  Andrew  Long.  (Longman's.)  217:279- 
280. 

Montgomery,  James.  By  George  Gilfillan.  (Tait's.)  1 1  :57-60. 
Moral  Philosophy^  of  Meredith.  By  G.  K.  Chesterton.  (Contemp. 
R.)    262:423-427. 

Morris'  Poems,  William.  By  Andrew  Long.  (Longman's.)  211: 
323-336. 

Making  of  a  Poet,  The.  By  Stephen  Gwynn.  (19th  Cent.) 
265:484-493. 

Matrimony  and  the  Man  of  Letters.  By  Sidney  Low.  (19th 
Cent.)     263:131-138. 

Memorable  Art  Class.  By  Thomas  Sulman.  (Good  Words.) 
214:889-893. 

Nature   in  Modern  Poetry.     (Outl.)     256:755-758. 
New  Criticism  of  Poetry,  A.    (Contemp.  R.)     215:520-527. 
New   Criticism,    The.    By   Urbanus  Sylvan.     (Cornh.)     224:432- 
438. 

New  Study  of  Tennyson,  A.  By  }  .C.  C.  (Cornh.)  146:483- 
492. 

The  Novel  in  The  Ring  and  the  Book'  By  Henry  James.  (Quar- 
terly Review.)    274:451-463. 

Old  Memories  Interviewed.  By  Mrs.  Andrew  Crosse.  (Temp. 
B.)     195:372-383. 

Old   Yellow  Book,   The.     (Blackw.)    269:499-502. 
On  Learning   by  Heart.     (Acad.)     271  :505-506. 
On  Leisure,  Genius,  Books  and  Reading.    By   Augustine  Birrill. 
(Cham.   J.)     216:557-559. 

On  Limbo.    By    Vernon  Lee.     (Longman's.)     208:812-819. 
Of  the  Browning  Mss.    By  Frederic  G.  Kenyon.    278:733-738. 
The  Optimism  of  Browning  and  Meredith.   By  A.  C.  Pigou.    (In- 
dependent Review.)    246:415-422. 

A  Pica  for  the  Popular  in  Literature.  By  J.  A.  Spender.  (Nine- 
teenth Century.)    253  :348-358. 

Poetry,  Politics  and  Conservatism.  By  George  N.  Curzon.  168: 
131-140. 

Patriotic    Poetry.     (Times.)     283:107-112. 

Past  and  Present  Condition  of  English  Poetry.  (Fraser's.)  10: 
164-179. 

Peacock,    Thomas  Love:   A    Personal  Reminiscence.     By   Robert 
Buchanan.     (New   Quart.    R.)      126:157-165. 
Plays   of   a    Great   Poet,    The.    By   Gilbert   Murray.     (Speaker.) 
247:244-248. 

Poet   of   the   Northumbrian   Pits.     By   John    F.    Runciman.     (Sat. 
R.)   262:46-49. 
Poets    Chairs,  The.    By  E.  V.  Lucas.    (Outl.)    251:118-120. 


BROWNINGIANA  227 

PotiT^  of  Bridges,    The.     (Outl.)    253:308-310. 
Poetry?  of  Roberl  Bridges.    By  John  Bailey.     (Quart.  R.)    278: 
515-529. 

Poeir"^    of    the    Cenfurp;    A    Retrospect    and    Anticipation.     By 
John   Dennis.     (Leisure   Hour.)     185:307-312. 
Poetry  of  Common  Sense,  The.    By  James  A.  Noble.    (MacM.) 
191 :546-552. 

Poets  and  the  Cucl^oo,  The.  By  J.  Culhbert  Hadden.  (Outl.) 
273:634-636. 

Poetry  of  the  De  Veres  Jhe.    (Quart.  R.)    210:67-85. 
Poetry    of   Doubt.     (Chur.    Quart.    R.)     137:410-421. 
Poetry    of   Leading   LaJt>    Classes.     (Spect.)      130:572-575. 
Poetry  and  the  Modern  Novel.    By  Compton  MacKenzie.   (Eng. 
R.)    274:220-228. 

Poetry  in  the  Nineteenth  Century.  By  Sir  M.  E.  Grant  Duff. 
(Edinburgh  R.)    235:705-724. 

Poetry  and  Shop^eeping.  By  Muezzin.  (Athen.)  293:685-688 
Poetry  and  Symbolism:  A  Study  of  "The  Tempest."  By  J.  Chur- 
ton   Collins.     (Contemp.   R.)     256:357-371. 

Poetry  of  Today  and  Tomorrow,  The.  (Chur.  Quart.  R.)  196: 
279-289. 

Poetry  of  War,  The.  By  A.  St.  John  Adcock.  (Bookm.)  283: 
398-407. 

Popular  English  Literature  Today.  (Sat.  Review.)  294:496-499. 
Possibilities — Poem.  Quotation  from  "Abt  Vogler."  (Spect.)  131: 
514. 

Prophetic  Power  of  Poetry.  By  J.  C.  Shairp.  (Eraser's.)  148: 
259-267. 

The  Religious  Opinions  of  Robert  Browning.   By  Mrs.  Sutherland 
Orr.    (Contemporary  Review.)     192:365-374. 
The  Ring  and  the  Book.    (St.  Paul's.)    108:771-783. 
Rat-Catcher  of  Hamelin.    By  Gustav   Hartwig.     (Trans,   by   T. 
Martin.)     (Blackw.)     195:639-640. 

Realistic  Drama.  By  W.  L.  Courtney.  (Fortn.  R.)  278:775- 
786. 

Reality  in  Poetry.  By  Laurence  Housman.  (Fortn.  R.)  272: 
204-214. 

Recollections  of  Coventry  Patmore.  By  R.  Garnetl.  (Sat.  R.) 
212:61-64. 

Reminiscences  of  a  Behar  Planter.  By  Donald  N.  Reid.  (Gentle- 
man's.)   208:632-638. 

Reminiscences  of  Lord  Bath.  By  Malcolm  MacCoU.  (Contemp. 
R.)    210:44-54. 

Rossetti,  Dante  Gabriel,  Poetry  of.  By  Thomas  Bayne.  (Eraser's.) 
152:817-822. 

Ruskin,  John.     (Chur.  Quar.  R.)     199:131-146. 
Scandinavian  Novel,    The.    (Edinb.   R.)     232:1-19. 
Science    and    Society    in    the    Fifties.     By    Mrs.    Andrew    Crosse. 
(Temp.    B.)      191:208-218. 

Scientific  Movement  and  Literature,  The.  By  Edward  Dowdea. 
(Contemp.   R.)     135:3-15.      ■ 

Sea    Studies.     By   J.    A.    Froude.     (Eraser's.)      126:131-145. 
Society  Poets.    (Temp.   B.)     180:48-53. 

Some   Odd  Numbers.    By   M.   G.     (Murray's.)     175:308-313. 
Some    Recent    Verse.     (Edin.    R.)     264:195-209. 
Some   Recollections    of   a   Reader.     (Comh.)     108:103-109. 


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Some    Recollections    of   Charles    Stuart    Caherley.     (Temp.    B.) 
172:421-426. 

Startling  Poetry.     (Spect.)     157:117-120. 
State   of  English   Poetry.     (Quart.   R.)     119:131-152. 
Stephen  Phillips.    By  Alice   Meynell.     (Poetry  Jour.)    289:367- 
369. 

Stevenson,  Robert  Louis.    By  Lord  Rosebery.    (Lond.  T.)    212: 
187-190. 

Stevenson,   Robert   Louis:   Essa})ist,   Novelist  and  Poet.    By   H. 
B.    Baildon.     (English    Studien.)     221:671-688. 
Studies  in  Literar)^  Psychology.    By  Vernon  Lee.    (Contemp.  R.) 
241:213-217. 

Style.    By   I.    Gregory   Smith.     (Oxford   and   Cambr.    R.)     276: 
93-100. 

Sroinburne:  Personal  Recollections.    By  Edmund  Gosse.    (Fortn. 
R.)    262:3-17. 

Swinburne's  Letters.    By  A.  C.   Swinburne.     (Times.)    262:154- 
165. 

Some  BroUfning  Memories.    By  William  G.  Kingsland.    (Contem- 
porary Review.)    275:220-227. 

Some  Child  Critics  of  Browning.    By  W.  W.    (Academy.)  214: 
127-128. 

Some   Letters   and   Recollections.    By    M.    E.    Lewes.     (Cornhill 
Magazine.)    193:673-689. 

Tennyson   as   a   Nature   Poet,   Aspects   of.     By  Theodore   Watts. 
(19th  Cent.)     198:28-42. 

Tennyson,    Aspects    of — A    Personal    Reminiscence.     By    James 
Knowles.     (19th    Cent.)      l%:515-529. 

Tennyson,  The  Birds  of.    By  Edgar  Valdes.    (Temp.  B.)    213: 
807-817. 

Tennyson  Centenary,   The.    By  Frederic  Harrison.    (19th  Cent.) 
262:643-648. 

Tennyson,    Talks    With.     By    Wilfrid   Ward.     (New    R.)     210: 
323-335. 

Tennyson,  The  Mission  of.    By  W.  S.  Lilly.    (Fortn.  R.)    213: 
227-234. 

Tennyson,  Part  /.    By  Edmund  Gosse.    (New  R.)     195:707-713. 
Tennyson,  Part  IL    By  Herbert  Paul.    (New  R.)     195:713-718. 
Tennyson  s   Poems.     (Brit.   Quart.    R.)      147:786-795. 
Two  Archbishops.    By  F.  W.  Farrar.    (Contemp.  R.)    211:560- 
569 

Two    Theories    of   Poetry.     By   Arthur   Tilley.     (MacM.)     151: 
682-692. 

Unwritten  Books.     (MacM.)     213:475-484. 

Victorian  Literature.    By  Andrew  Lang.     (Good  Words.)     212: 
753-758. 

Victorian    Literature.     By    Edward    Dowden.     (Fortn.    R.)     174: 
101-111. 

JValt  IVhitmans  Poems.    By  Peter  Bayne.     (Contemp.  R.)     128: 
91-103. 

Willows :   A   Sketch.    (Cornh.)     119:36-45. 

Withered  Laurels.     (A   Reverie   Among  the  Tombs.)     (MacM.) 
220:372-377. 

Wordsworthians,    The    Complacency    of    the.      By     H.     F.     C, 
(Speaker.)     237:818-82;?, 


n 


BROWNINGIANA  229 

IVordsmorth's   Youth.    By  Leslie  Stephen.    (Nat'l  R.)    212:859- 

870. 

Wordsworth,    The    Prose    IVorks     of.      By     Edward     Dowden, 

(Form.  R.)     128:195-208. 

Whistle.    See   Padelford. 

LIVING  AUTHORS  OF  ENGLAND.  THE 

By  Thomas  Powell.  Robert  Browning  71-85,  Elizabeth  Barrett 
Browning  137-152    Be  P886. 

LIVING  MEN  OF  LETTERS 

Fine  Passages  in  Verse  and  Prose,  Selected  b})  Living  Men  of 
Letters.  Fortnightly  Review  48:444-445 :Sept.  1887;  48:585-588: 
Oct.  1887;  48:729:Nov.  1887. 

LIVINGSTON.  LUTHER  S. 

The  First  BooJ^s  of  Some  English  Authors — 1.  Robert  and  Eliza- 
beth Barrett  Browning.    Bookman  10:1  :76-81  :Sept.  1899. 

LLOYD,  MARY 

H.  Jones.  Idealism  as  a  Practical  Creed.  Annals  of  American 
Academy  34:182-83,620-21 :  Nov.  1909. 

LOCK  AND  WHITFIELD 

Men  of  Mar}(,  a  Gallery  of  Contemporary  Portraits.     821.88  Bmm. 

LOCKER-LAMPSON,  FREDERICK 

A  Few  of  Fredericl^s  Locker's  Confidences.    Literary  Digest   13: 

12:May  2,   1896. 
LOCKWOOD.  FRANK  C. 

Modern  Poets  and  Christian  Teaching.   Robert  Browning.     821.88 

Rim. 
LOCOCK.  KATHERINE  B.  AND  MARGARET  L.  LEE 

Introduction  and  Notes  to  Browning's  Paracelsus.     821.88  Hpal. 
LONDON  AS  A  LITERARY  CENTER 

By  R.  R.  Bowker.    Profusely  Illustrated.    Harper's  New  Monthly 

76:81 5-844  :May  1888. 
LONDON  BROWNING  SOCIETY  ABSTRACT 

London  Browning  Society)  Papers. 
LONDON  BROWNING  SOCIETY.  INTRODUCTORY  ADDRESS 

TO  THE  BROWNING  SOCIETY 

By  Rev.  J.  Kirkman.  Oct.  28,  1881,  at  University  College,  Lon- 
don.   (Printed  Separately.)     821.88  Eak. 

LONDON  BROWNING  UNION 

By  W.  G.  K.    Poet  Lore  5:1:53. 

LONDON  DAYS 

Browning  and  Moscheles.   By  Arthur  Warren.    Al-bd     821.88. 

LONDON  LETTERS  (SEE  ALSO  NOTES  AND  NEWS) 
By  W.  G.  K.    Poet  Lore   1:8:389-392. 

LONDON  LETTERS  AND  SOME  OTHERS 

By  George  W.  Smalley.  Robert  Browning:  Notes  on  some  per- 
sonal aspects  of  his  character.     1:309-319     826.7   S635. 

LONDON  QUARTERLY  REVIEW 

Browning's  Portraits   of    Women.    By   W.   T.   Davison.    Littell's 

Living  Age  281 :352-356. 

The  Confidence  of  a  Society)  Poet.    Littell's  Living  Age  211:362- 

370. 


230  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

Half  a  Century  of  Literary;  Life.    LitteU's  Living  Age   158:387- 

401. 

Francis    Thompson :    A    Study    in    Temperament.    LittelPs   Living 

Age  203:403-410. 

Review  of  Dramatis  Personae  and  of  Browning's  Poems  3:118: 

77- 105: July  1865;  Robert  Browning  and  the  Epic  of  Psychology 

11 8:325-357 :July  1869    821.88  Dfb. 

LONDON  TIMES 

Elizabeth   Barrett   Browning.    Littell's   Living  Age  241:312-316; 

249:173-179. 

The  Browning  Love  Letters.    Littell's  Living  Age  221 :  166-1 70. 

Lord  Lyttons  Letters.   Littell's  Living  Age  251 :  754-758. 

Robert  Louis  Stevenson.    By  Lord  Rosebery.    Littell's  Living  Age 

212:187-190. 

LONGFELLOW.  COLONEL  HIGGINSON'S  LIFE  OF 

By  T.  W.  Higginson.    Literary  Digest  25:868-870:Dec.  27,  1902. 
LONGFELLOW  THROUGH  BLISS  CARMAN'S  EYES 

Editorial.   Literary  Digest  16:459-460: April  16,  1898. 
LONGFELLOW,  TWENTY  YEARS  AFTER 

By  Edwin  W.  Bowen.    Sewanee  Review  13:165-176. 
LONGMAN'S  MAGAZINE 

The  Minor  Poets.    By  Andrew  Lang.    Littell's  Living  Age  217: 

279-280. 

fVilliam  Morris    Poems.    By  Andrew  Lang.    Littell's  Living  Age 

211:323-330. 

On  Limbo  (Last  Ride  Together).   By  Vernon  Lee.   Littell's  Living 

Age  208:812-819. 

LOOK  AT  BROWNING 

By  R.  W.  G.    Century  26:320: June  1883. 
LORD  DE  TABLEY 

By   Edmund  Gosse.    Contemporary   Review   69 :84-99 : Jan.    1896. 
LORD  LEIGHTON'S  LOVE 

By  Mrs.  Russell  Barrington.    Eclectic  Magazine  45: 1 80- 188: Feb. 

1897. 

LORD  WALTER'S  WIFE 

By  Elizabeth   Barrett  Browning.    Published   by  The  Philosopher 

Press,  Wausau.  Wisconsin,  May.   1899     821.88  Hlw. 
LOS  ANGELES  BROWNING  CLUB,  THE 

Programmes  1913-1914.  1914-1915.  1916-1917,  1917-1918,  1918- 

1919,  1920-21,  1921-22. 

LOST  LEADER,  THE 

By  Robert  Browning.  The  Rising  Generation  15:4:82-83.  (Com- 
plete.)    In  Japanese.     821.88  Xmrg. 

By  C.  G.  Prowett.  Notes  and  Queries  292: April  11,  1874;  15: 
292:  April  11,  1874. 

Who  ]Vas  Browning's  The  Lost  Leader?  By  Margaret  H.  Gan- 
gewer.  In  American  Notes  and  Queries  2: 23: 2 70-272: April  6, 
1889    821.88. 

Lost  Leader  rendered  into  Latin  by  R.  C.  Jebb.  Translations  356- 
357    808.8  G44t. 

LOTUS  SYMBOLISM   IN   HOMER,  THEOCRITUS,  MOSCHUS. 
TENNYSON  AND  BROWNING,  THE 
By  Anna  R.  Brown.    Poet  Lore  2:12:625-634. 


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BROWNINGIANA  231 

LOUDON.  K.  M. 

Browning's  Sordello.    A  commentary.     821.88  Hsal. 

LOUNSBURY,  THOMAS  R. 

The  Blot  in  the  'Scutcheon.  (Life  and  Letters.)  Poet  Lore  12:1: 
153-54. 

A  Defense  of  the  Split  Infinitive.  Literary  Digest  28:653  :May  7, 
1904. 

The  Early  Literary^  Career  of  Robert  Drowning.  Four  Lectures. 
821.88  Dll. 

The  Tn>o  Locksle],  Halls.   Scribner's  6:250-256: Aug.  1889. 
Same.  Reviewed   in    Nation   93:494-495: Nov.   23,    1911.^ 
A  Philistine's  Vieiv  on  the  Performance  of  a  Blot  in  the  'Scutch- 
eon.  Atlantic  84: 764-773: Dec.  1899. 

Literary  Career  of  Robert  Browning.  (Review.)  Independent 
72:1065:May  16,  1912. 

LOVE 

Browning's   Teaching  on  Faith,  Life  and  Love.     By  W.  Arthur 
Hind.    821.88  Rhtf. 
See  Music. 

LOVE  AFFAIRS 

Browning's  Love  Affairs  as  a  Type  of  Legitimate  Romance  (Eliza- 
beth Barrett  Browning  compared  with  George  Sand).  Current  Lit- 
erature 53:348-351  :Sept.  1912. 

LOVE  AFFAIRS  OF  THE  POETS.  THE 

By  Eva  McGowan.    Baylor  Literary  17:334-337: June  1909. 

LOVE  AMONG  THE  RUINS 

By    Robert    Browning.     Rising    Generation    43:17:355-356:Sept. 
1905,  and  concluded  in  13:18:335-356:Sept.  11.  1905. 
Translated  into  Japanese.     821.88  Xmrg. 

LOVE  AND  DUTY  IN  TENNYSON  AND  BROWNING 
By  E.  F.  R.  Stitt.    Poet  Lore  4:5:271-274. 

LOVE  AND  THE  UNIVERSE 

The  Immortals  and  Other  Poems.    By  Albert  D.  Watson.    73-76. 

LOVE,  BROWNING'S  IDEA  OF 

Notes  and  News.    Poet  Lore  1 :3: 153-1 54. 

LOVE,  BROWNING'S  IDEAL  OF 

From  Santayana  on  Robert  Browning:  A  Pessimist  Criticism.  By 
Helen  Dryer  Woodard.    Poet  Lore  13:1:105. 

LOVE,  BROWNING'S  INTERPRETATION  OF  ROMANTIC 
LOVE  AS  COMPARED  WITH  PLATO  DANTE  PET- 
RARCH 

By  George  Willis  Cooke.    Poet  Lore  6:5:225-237. 

LOVE,  BROWNING'S  THEORY  OF 

By  Elmer  James  Bailey.    Arena  40:274-284: March-June  1909. 

LOVE,  ROBERT  BROWNING'S  THEORY  OF  ROMANTIC  LOVE 

By    George    Willis    Cooke.      Boston     Browning    Society     Papers 
821.88  Vps. 
LOVE,  FROM  BROWNING,  FACETTES  OF 

By  Daniel  G.  Brinton.    Poet  Lore  1  :1  :l-27. 

LOVE  IN  IDLENESS 

By  Charlotte  Porter.    Poet  Lore  17:1:86-93. 

LOVE.  IN  RESPECT  TO  CONSTANCY 

The  Study  Class.    By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.    203-204     807 

M167. 


232  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

LOVE?  IS  TOO  MUCH  WRITTEN  ON  THE  SUBJECT  OF 
By  Lafcadio  Hearn.    Current  Opinion  62:205:  March  1917. 
LOVE   LETTERS 

See   Higginbotham,   Elsie. 

By  Alice  Meynell.    Bookman  9:162-5. 

By  V.  L.  Wenlz.    Eclectic  Magazine   132:736. 
LOVE  LETTERS  OF  TWO  POETS.  THE 

By  Lyman  Abbott.    Outlook  62:485-490: July  1,   1899. 
LOVE  LETTERS,  MEMORABLE 

By  Rafford  Pyke.    Cosmopolitan  37:260-261. 

LOVE  LETTERS.  REAL  AND  OTHERWISE 

Editorial.    Literary  Digest  22: 506: April  27.   1901. 

LOVE  LETTERS,  THE  BROWNING 

(London  Times.)  Littell's  Living  Age  221  :  166- 170: April  15,  1899. 

LOVE  LETTERS,  UNIMAGINARY 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  193:527: April  1901. 

LOVE  ME  FOREVER 

See  Music. 

LOVE,  O  LYRIC  LOVE 

A   Crammatical  Anal})sis  of  O  Lyric   Love.    By  F.  J.  Furnival. 

London  Browning  Society  Papers  9:165-168. 
LOVE  POEMS  OF  BROWNING.  THE 

By  C.  E.  Vaughn.    From  Notes  to  the  Pocket  Volume  of  Selections 

from    the    Poems    of    Robert    Browning.     By    Alex    Hill.     73-79 

821.88  Dhn. 

LOVE  POETRY  OF  THE  BROWNINGS,  STUDY  OF  THE 
Current  Literature  39:499  500:  Nov.  1905. 

LOVE  STORY,  THE  WORLD'S  MOST  WONDERFUL 

(A  review  of  this  article  which  appeared  in  the  Edinburgh  Maga- 
zine.)   Edinburgh  Review   19:734: June   1899. 

LOVE.   THE   WIFE-LOVE   AND   FRIEND-LOVE  OF   ROBERT 
BROWNING 

By  J.  J.  G.  Graham.  London  Browning  Society  Papers  1 1  :380- 
400. 

LOVEJOY,  WALLACE  W. 

Leadership  in  Song.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 
89    821.88  Xht. 

LOVELL.  CECIL  FAIRFIELD 

Burne  Jones  and  the  Pre-Raphaelite.  Chautauquan  46:69-72: 
March  1907. 

LOVERS  QUARREL,  A 
See  Music. 

LOVES  OF  THE  POETS 

Twelve  Steel  Engravings,  one  of  the  Duchess,  in  The  Flight  of 
the   Duchess.     821.88   L911M. 

LOVE'S  VALUE 

Colombe's  Birthday.  Act  IV.  (The  Avotval  of  Valence.)  By 
Leonard  S.  Outram.  Browning  Society  Papers  8:87-94  821.88 
Dbs. 

LOVETT,  ROBERT   MORSS 

Edited  with  Introduction  and  Notes.  Selections  from  Browning. 
821.88  Glsg. 


BROWNINGIANA  233 

LOW.  ALICE 

Christina  Rosselli  Contrasted  With  Mrs.  BroUfning.  Review  of 
paper  to  Westminster  Review.  Literary  Digest  ll:42:May  11, 
1895. 

LOW.  FLORENCE  B. 

The  Reading  of  the  Modern  Cirl.  Nineteenth  Century  59:278- 
287:Feb.  1906. 

LOW.  SIDNEY 

Balfour  in  the  Stud}).    Edinburgh  Review  216:255-278:Oct.  1912. 
Cherishing  the  Minor  Poets.   Literary  Digest  40:62: Jan.  8.  1910. 
Clouded  Literary)  Lives.    Literary  Digest  39:482:Sept.   25.    1909. 
Matrimony  and  the  Man  of  Letters.    Nineteenth  Century  66:423- 
433:Sept.  1909. 
Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  263:131-138. 

LOWELL.  JAMES  RUSSELL 

Browning's  Pla\)s  and  Poems  from  The  Round  Table.  (Typewrit- 
ten)    821.88  Dirt. 

C.  L.  S.  C.  Outline  and  Programs  Browning  Day — March  17. 
Chautauquan  12:797:March  1891. 

Essays  on  Browning's  Pla\)s  and  Poems.  North  American  Review 
66:357-400:  April  1849. 

Wordsworth  and  the  Coleridges,  Lowell  and  Tolsto}).  Poet  Lore 
11:3:425-430. 

LOWELL,  JAMES  RUSSEL,  AND  ROBERT  BROWNING 
New  Englander   1 10: 125-1 36: Jan.    1870. 

LOWELL,  LETTERS  OF  JAMES  RUSSEL 

Eclectic  Magazine  122:335-340:  March  1894. 

By  Chas.  Eliot  Norton.    Athenaeum  3444:581 -584 :Oct.  28,   1893. 

LOWELL'S  TRIBUTE  TO  BROWNING 
Poet  Lore  3:3:257. 

LOWLANDS  VS.  HIGHLANDS:  EFFECTS  OF  ENVIRONMENTS 

ON  POETS 

By  E.  Vicars.    Poet  Lore  6:2:83-87. 
LOWNDES,  F.  S.  A. 

The  Literary  Associations  of  the  AmeAcan  Emhass};.    Fortnightly 

Review  83: 1040: June  1905. 

LUBBOCK,  PERCY 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning  in  Her  Letter.     821.88  Bdlf. 

George  Meredith.    (Quarterly  Review.)    Littell's  Living  Age  264: 

515-526. 

The   Poetr})    of   Robert   Browning.    Quarterly   Review   433:437- 

457:Oct.  1912    821.88  Dlak. 
LUCAS,  E.  V. 

The  Poets'  Chairs.    (Outlook.)    Littell's  Living  Age  251:118-120. 
LUCE.  MARGARET  E. 

Memories  of  John   Churlon  Collins. 
LUCE.  MORTON 

The  Hybrid  Art.    Nineteenth  Century  70:1  :461-475:Sept.  191 1. 

LUCID  LITERATURE 

By  John  Burroughs.    Independent  52:1:928-930:1900. 
LUCRETIUS  AND  HIS  TIMES 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  203: 137- 160: Jan.  1906. 


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LURIA 

By  John  White  Chadwick.    Boston  Browning  Society  Papers  249- 

263    821.88  Vbp. 

By  John  W.  Chadwick.    From  Papers  of  the  Boston  Browning 

Society.    Poet  Lore  6:5:251-264. 

Poet  Lore  14:3:141-142. 

By  Henry  S.  Pancoast.   Poet  Lore  6:5:251-264;  2:1 :  19-26;  1 :12: 

553-560. 

The  Study  Class.    By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.    127-128     807 

Ml  67. 
LURIA  AND  OTHELLO:  TYPES  AND  ART  COMPARED 

By  L.  A.  Sherman.    Poet  Lore  6:12:585-592. 
LURIA— ITS  STORY  AND  MOTIVE 

By  Henry  S.  Pancoast.    Poet  Lore  1:12:553-60;  2:1:19-26. 
LURIA,  THE  MOORISH  FRONT  TO  THE  DUOMO  IN 

By  Ernest  Radford.    Browning  Society  Papers  2:251-252     821.88 

Dbs. 
LURIA:  THE  STATUE  AND  THE  BUST.   PIPPA  PASSES.  IL- 
LUSTRATIONS OF 

By  Carton-Moore  Parke.    Outlook  100:913-916:March  1912. 
LYNCH,  DR.  FREDERICK 

Shalfespeares   Viei»  on  Immortality^.    Literary   Digest  52:2:1066 

April   15.   1916. 
LYNCH,  GERTRUDE 

The  Art  of  Coquetry.   Cosmopolitan  36:606:May  1904. 
LYRIC,  LOVE 

Ideal  Womanhood  in  the  Masterpieces  of  Dante,  Coethe,  and  Rob- 
ert Browning.    See   Modern   Poet  Prophets.     By   Wm.    Norman 

Guthrie.    804  G984m. 

LYRIC  ORIGIN  OF  SWINBURNE.  THE 

By  Van  Tyne  Brooks.   Poet  Lore  18:4:468-477. 

LYRIC   POETRY  OF   IRELAND,   ENGLAND   AND   AMERICA 
COMPARED 
By  Chas.  L.  Moore.    Literary  Digest  23 :492-493  :Oct.  26.   1901. 

LYRIC  YEAR 

One  Hundred  Poems  Edited  by  Ferdinand  Earle  (1912).  Con- 
tains: The  Camberwell  Garden,  Richard  Burton,  23-4;  To  Robert 
Browning,  Agnes  Lee,  158-9;  To  Browning,  the  Music  Master, 
Robert  H.  Schauffler.  220-221  ;  To  Robert  Browning,  Witter  Byn- 
ner.  25-7;  An  Ode  for  the  Centenary  of  the  Birth  of  Robert 
Browning,  Geo.  Sterling.  235-241  ;  Caliban  in  the  Coal  Mines, 
Louis  Untermeyer.  266. 
By  Charles  Vale.    Forum  49:97: Jan.  1913. 

LYRICAL  AND  DRAMATIC  POEMS 

Selected  from  the  works  of  Robert  Browning.  With  an  extract 
from  Stedman's  Victorian  Poets.  Edited  by  Edward  T.  Mason. 
Henry  Holt  &  Co..  New  York,  1883.     821.88  Gms. 

LYRICAL  POETRY  OF  THE  NEW  LAUREATE 

By  William  Stanley  Braithwaite,    Forum  50: 888-889: Dec.   1913. 

LYRICS  FROM  FERISHTAH'S  FANCIES 

Poems  by  Robert  Browning.  Music  by  Granville  Bantock.  1,  The 
Eagle;  2,  The  Melon-Seller;  3.  Shah  Abbas;  4.  The  Family; 
5.  The  Sun;  6.  Mihrab  Shah;  7,  A  Camel  Driver ;  8.  Two  Camels; 
9,  Cherries;  10,  Plot  Culture;  ]],  A  Pillar  at  Sebzevah;  12,  A 
Bean  Stripe,  Also  Apple  Eating;  13,  Epilogue. 


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BROWNINGIANA  235 

LYTTON-BROWNING  CORRESPONDENCE 

In  Catalogue  of  a  Superb  Collection  of   Holograph  Manuscripts. 

Holograph  Correspondences  and  Holograps  Letters.  Of  British  and 

Continental  Celebrities  of  Five  Centuries.    J.  Pearson  &  Co. 
LYTTON.  EDWARD  BULWER 

By  Edmund  Gosse.    Fortnightly  Review  100: 1043 :Dec.   1913. 

By  Edmund  Gosse.    (Fortnightly  Review.)     Littell's  Living  Age 

280:3-13. 
LYTTON.  TO  ROBERT 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Broivning.   Bookman  39:312-13  :May  1914. 
LYTTON'S  LETTER.  LORD 

(London  Times.)    Littell's  Living  Age  251  : 754-758. 
LYTTON'S  RANK  IN  LITERATURE.  LORD 

By  W.  S.  Blunt.    (Nineteenth  Century.)    Littell's  Living  Age  193: 

805-811. 


M 

MABIE.  HAMILTON  WRIGHT 

BroJvning  and  How  to  Stud}f  Him.    Literary  Digest  20:781  ijune 

23.  1900. 

The  Browning  Centenar};.    Outlook  100:91 7-91 9: April  29,   1912 

821.88  Xman. 

Essays  and  Criticism.  Outlook  69:685:Nov.  16.  1901. 

Essays  in  Literary  Interpretation.    Robert  Browning  153-213. 

The  Life  of  Tennyson.    Atlantic  Monthly  80:577-589:Feb.  1897. 

Literature  as  a  Resource.    Chautauquan  22:65-74:Oct.   1895. 

The  New  Golden  Treasury^.    (Short  Criticism.)    Bookman  6:470- 

71:  Jan.  1898. 

The  New  Literature.  Outlook  102:204:Sept.  1913. 

Some  Books  Worth  Reading.   Outlook  99:782:Dec.  1911. 

A   Year's  Literary^  Production.    Current  Opinion  9:3:433:March 

1892. 
MABY.  M.  CATHERINE 

Differentiation   of  English    Courses   in   High   Schools.     Education 

Magazine  36:575-580:Sept.  1915. 
MAC  CALL.  W.  S. 

By  G.  F.  Walts.    Eclectic  Magazine   143:389-391  :Sept.    1904. 
MACCARTHY,  JUSTIN  A. 

A  History^  of  Our  Own  Times.    1:527,538.  540    942.08  M127a. 
MACCLINTOCK.  PORTER  LANDER 

Literature  in  the  Elementary^  School.    Elementary  School  Teacher 

3: 146-1 55:  July  1902. 

MAC  COLL.  MALCOLM 

Reminiscences  of  Lord  Bath.    (Contemp.  R.)    Littell's  Living  Age 
210:44-54. 

MACCULLOCH.  J.  A. 

R.    L.    Stevenson's    Characteristics.     Eclectic    Magazine    68:193: 
Sept.  1898. 

MAC  DONALD.  CORA  MARTIN 

A  Study  of  Browning's  Saul.     621.86Z«am. 


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By    Henry    Holbeach.     Contemporary    Review    19:37-55: March 

1872. 

The  Imagination   and   Other  Essa\fs.    Browning's   Christmas  Eve 

195-217    824.8  Ml 35. 

MACHAR,  AGNES  MAUDE 

Robert  Browning.   Century  39:736. 

MACHEN,  MINNIE  GRESHAM 

The  Bible  in  Browning  with  Particular  Reference  to  The  Ring  and 
the  Bool(.    (Two  copies.)     821.88  Rmb. 
The  Bible  in  Browning.    Dial  36:204:March  16,  1904. 
Reviewed  in  Outlook  75:509     821.88  Rmb. 

MACKAYE.  PERCY 

Browning  to  Ben  Ezra.    Also  in  Poems  41-54.    Browning  to  Ben 

Ezra.   Poems  28-29.  Invocation,  Robert  Browning. 

Browning  to  Ben  Ezra.    A   Centenary  Soliloquy  in  the  Outlook 

906: April  27,  1912    821.88  Xmb. 

Invocation.     Homage    to    Robert    Browning,    Aleph    Tanner    38 

821.88  Xht. 

MACKENZIE.  A.  C. 
See  Music. 

MAC  KENZIE,  COMPTON 

Poetry  and  the  Modern  Novel.    (English  R.)    Littell's  Living  Age 

274:220-228. 
MACKEY.  ERIC 

To  Robert  Browning.   Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

53    821.88  Xht. 
MACKIE,  GASCOIGNE 

Lines  Written  Abroad  on  Hearing  of  Browning's  Death.    In  The 

Ballad  of  Pit})  64-66. 
MAC  KNIGHT,  KATE,  CASSATT 

Report  of  the  Civic  Committee.  Annals  of  American  Academy  28: 

293-296:June  1906. 
MAC  MEGHAN,  ARCHIBALD  M. 

The  Life  of  Little  College  and  Other  Papers.     820.4  MI67e. 
MACMILLAN'S  ANNUAL 

Edited   by   E.   V.   Lucas.    Letters   of  Browning.    59-66       828.8 

L933m. 

MAC  MILLAN'S  MAGAZINE 

Matthew  Arnold  as  a  Popular  Poet.    By  Wm.  A.  Sibbald.    Lit- 
tell's Living  Age  241 :83-98. 

Mrs.  Browning.    Littell's  Living  Age  179:802-808. 
Literature  and  Democracy.    Littell's  Living  Age  229:647-655. 
The  Poetry  of  Common  Sense.    By  James  A.  Noble.   Littell's  Liv- 
ing Age  191:546-552. 

Some  Thoughts  on  Browning.    By  Mary  A.  Lewis.    205-21 4: July 
1882. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age   154:238-246. 

Some   Unwritten  Memoirs.    In  Italy.    By  Anne  Ritchie.    Littell's 
Living  Age  203:548-553. 

Two  Theories  of  Poetry.    By  Arthur  Tilley.    Littell's  Living  Age 
151:682-692. 

Unwritten  Books.   Littell's  Living  Age  213:475-484. 
Withered  Laurels,  A  Reverie  Among  the  Tombs.    Littell's  Living 
Age  Tl^-311-yjl. 


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MACQUOID.  KATHERINE  M. 

Hamelin:  The  Torvn  of  The  Pied  Piper,  of  Der  Ratten f anger. 
Magazine  of  Art  I92-195:May  1890     821.88  Pmtw. 

MACREADY  AND  BROWNING 
Po€t  Lore  1:2:104  . 

MACREADY.  DISCUSSION  OF  BROWNING  AND 

(From  our  recent  actors.)  By  Dr.  W.  Marston.  Poet  Lore  1:2: 
104. 

MACREADY.  WILLIAM  CHARLES 

A  Letter  from  Robert  BroTi)ning  to  Wm.  Macreadyf.  Emerson 
College  Magazine  20:3: 131 -132:Jan.  1912.  (Letter  now  in  posses- 
sion of  Miss  Gertrude  Chambeilin.) 

Reminiscences  and  Selections  from  Diaries  and  Letters.  For  nu- 
merous references,  see  Index  2:505     B  M174t. 

MACVANNEL,  JOHN  ANGES 

Saul.  By  Robert  Browning.  Illustrated  by  Frank  O.  Small. 
821.88  Gsc. 

MADAME  BODICHAN;  A  REMINISCENCE 

By  M.  B.  Edwards.    Fortnightly  Review  57:213-218:Feb.  1892. 

MADONNA  OF  THE  FUTURE.  THE 

By  H.  James.  Jr.    Atlantic  Monthly  31  :276-297: March   1873. 

MAETERLINCK  AND  BROWNING 

Littell's  Living  Age  238:510-511.    Books  and  Authors. 
Munsey's  Magazine  30:759:Feb.   1904. 

By  William  Lyon  Phelps.  Independent  60:1  :552-554:March  5. 
1903;  55:2: 1398- 1400: June  11.  1903     842.91  M186br. 

MAETERLINCK  PLAY  IN  PHILADELPHIA,  A 

Editorial.    Literary  Digest  26:61 3-61 4: April  25.  1903. 

MAETERLINCK  SYMBOLISM 

Pippa  Passes,  the   Optimism  of  Browning.     842.91    M186br. 

MAGAZINE  ARTICLES 

In  Penn  Monthly.  1 ,  Red  Cotton  Night-Cap  Country,  by  R.  E.  T., 
4:45:657:Sept.  1873;  2,  Balaustions  Adventures,  by  R.  E. 
Thompson.  4 :45 :928  :Dec.  1 875     821 .88  Xmpm. 

MAGAZINE  ARTICLES.  No.  1 

Contents:  (a)  Robert  Browning,  by  E.  F.  Biddell-Fox,  from  The 
Argosy  291  : Feb.  1890;  (b)  Robert  Browning  in  Edinburgh,  by 
Rosaline  Masson.  from  Cornhill  Magazine  Feb.  1909;  (c)  Robert 
Browning,  by  Stopford  A.  Brooke,  from  Contemporary  Review, 
Littell's  Living  Age  184;  (d)  Robert  Browning,  by  H.  D.  Traill, 
from  National  Review,  Littell's  Living  Age  184;  (e)  Browning  in 
Venice  by  Katherine  De  Kay  Bronson,  from  Century  Magazine  Feb. 
1902;  (f)  Robert  Browning,  Writer  of  Plays,  by  W.  L.  Courtney, 
from  Fortnightly  Review  June  1,  1883;  (g)  The  Browning  Cen- 
tenary, by  Hamilton  W.  Mabie,  from  Outlook  April  27,  1912; 
(h)  Impressions  of  Browning  and  His  Art,  by  Stopford  A.  Brooke, 
from  Century  Magazine  Dec.  1892;  (i)  Browning  at  Asolo,  a 
poem,  by  Robert  Underwood  Johnson,  from  Century  45 : 1  :  Nov. 
1892;  Browning  in  America,  by  Heloise  Edwina  Hersey,  from 
New  England  Magazine  Jan.  1890;  (k)  Browning's  Obscurity, 
by  Robert  Niven,  from  New  England  Magazine  Jan.  1890;  (1) 
The  Two  Creat  Victorian  Poets,  by  Edward  Dowden,  from 
Bookman  16:4: Dec.  1902;  (m)  Portrait  and  Sketch  of  Robert 
Browning,  from  Creat  Thoughts  6:142:Sept.  18,  1886;  (n)  Obit- 
uary of  Robert  Browning,  by  J.  T.  Nettleship,  from  Academy 
920:Dcc.  21,  1889;   (o)  Browning's  Last  Book,  from  Critic  Dec. 


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21,  1889;  (p)  Robert  Browning,  from  Critic  Jan.  11.  1890;  (q) 
Articles  on  the  funeral  and  death  of  Drontning,  by  Edmund  Gosse, 
from  The  British  Weekly,  The  Pall  Mall  Gazette;  (r)  Mrs. 
Broi»ning,  by  E.  S.,  from  Nation  Jan.  3,  1889     821.88  Xman. 

MAGAZINE  ARTICLES,  No.  2 

Mrs.  Elizabeth  Barrett  Bromning:  Mrs.  Browning's  Essays  on 
the  Poets,  from  Christian  Examiner  24-43: July  1863;  Letters 
From  Elizabeth  Barrett  Brotvning  to  the  author  of  Orion,  on  Lit- 
erary and  General  Topics,  by  R.  H.  Home,  Lillell's  Living  Age 
535-547,  281-290;  Poetrp  of  Mrs.  E.  B.  Browning,  from  West- 
minister Review  Oct.  1882;  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning,  by  Mrs. 
Humphrey  Ward,  from  Atlantic  708-71 2  :Sept.  1888;  Elizabeth 
Barrett  Browning,  by  John  Dennis,  from  Leisure  Hour  86-90 :Feb. 
1889    821.88  Xbm. 

MAGAZINE  ARTICLES.  No.  3 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning — Poet  and  Woman,  by  Jean  Roberts, 
from  East  and  West  5:59:865-875:Sept.  1906;  Some  Unpublished 
Letters  of  Robert  and  Elizabeth  B.  Browning,  by  Geo.  S.  Hellman, 
from  Harper's  Monthly  Magazine  530-539;  Balaustians  Adven- 
ture, by  Sidney  Colvin,  from  Fortnightly  Review  58:478-490:Ocl. 
1871 ;  Browning's  Place  in  Literature,  by  E.  S.  Forman,  from  Cos- 
mopolitan 560-564:1890    821.88  Xsf. 

MAGAZINE  ARTICLES,  No.  5 

A  Little  Talk  About  a  Great  Poet,  by  Klyda  Richardson  Steege, 
from  St.  Nicholas  30:977-981  :Sept.  1903;  A  Guide  for  the 
Blind,  by  Louise  Fagan  Pierce,  from  Modern  Philology  6:4:487- 
502: April  1909;  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning,  by  Eva  M.  Ken- 
nedy, from  Magazine  of  Poetry  5:161-162:April  1893  821.88 
Xma. 

MAGAZINE  ARTICLES,  No.  6 

A  Great  Poet  in  Her  Prime,  by  T.  W.  Higginson,  from  Book 
News  24:283:457-459: March  1906;  Elizabeth  B.  Browning,  by 
Norma  K.  Bright,  from  Book  News  24:283:460-463;  Mrs.  Brown- 
ing in  Poetry  Toda^,  by  H.  S>  Pancoast,  from  Book  News  24: 
283:464-466;  The  Brownings  in  Florence,  by  A.  H.  Wharton, 
from  Book  News  24:283:467-471;  Sonnets  From  the  Portuguese, 
by  E.  B.  B.,  from  Book  News  24:283:466,471,503;  Some  Sane 
Words  About  Browning,  by  E.  S.  Forman,  from  American  Maga- 
zine 8:5:536-541  :Sept.  1888;  Browning  and  the  Animal  King- 
dom, by  E.  L.  Gary,  from  The  Critic  43:2: 163- 165: Aug.  1903; 
Browning's  Treatment  of  Nature,  by  S.  A.  Brooke,  from  The 
Critic  40:4:308-313 :April  1902;  The  Ring  and  the  Book,  from 
Quarterly  Book  Review  1 :212-213:Dec.  1897;  Browning  and 
Sainte-Beuve,  by  G.  Bradford,  Jr.,  from  North  American  Re- 
view  191:4:488-500:ApriI    1910     821.88  Xma. 

MAGAZINE  ARTICLES,  No.  7 

Browning  as  a  Religious  Teacher,  by  R.  H.  Hutton,  Good  Words, 
LittelFs  Living  Age  7: 660-665  ;7'/ie  Poet  of  the  Opaque,  by  Junius 
Henri  Browne,  from  The  Galaxy  7: 764-774: June  1875;  Robert 
Browning,  from  Putman's  Monthly  7:372-81 : April  1856;  Brown- 
ing's Poems,  from  American  Review  (A  Whig  Journal)  7:388- 
399: April  1850;  James  Russell  Lowell  and  Robert  Browning, 
from  New  Englander  7:125-1 36: Jan.  1870     821.88  Xma. 

MAGAZINE  ARTICLES,  No.  8 

Tennyson  e  i  Browning,  by  Angelo  Crespi,  from  Italian  British 
Review  2:1 :34-45; Browning's  Message  to  Artists  and.  Craftsmen 


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of  Todajf,  by  George  Wharton  James,  from  The  Craftsman  149- 
151:Nov.  1903;  Queries,  from  American  Notes  and  Queries  1:7: 
80-82: June  16,  1888;  Bror»mng's  Diction,  A  Review,  from 
American  Notes  and  Queries  2:26:304-305: April  27,  1889;  Earl^ 
Friends  of  Robert  Bron>ning  ij;  W.  Hall  Criffin,  from  Contem- 
porary Review  471 :427-446: March  1905;  Robert  Drowning,  from 
Contemporary  Review  314:March  1867;  Mr.  Drorvning  in  a  Pas- 
sion, by  R.  Y.  Tyrrell,  from  Atlantic  Monthly  Aug.  1899;  Robert 
Browning,  Editorial,  from  Atlantic  Monthly  Feb.  1890;  Brown- 
ing's Asolo,  by  Felix  Moscheles,  from  Scribner's  359-367;  The 
Ring  and  the  Booli,  from  Edinburgh  Review  83:94: July  1869; 
Ring  and  the  Bool^,  from  Chamber's  Journal  473-476: July  24, 
1869    821.88  Xma. 

MAGAZINE  ARTICLES,  No.  9 

Some  Unpublished  Papers  of  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Barrett  Brown- 
ing, Edited  with  comments  by  Geo.  S.  Hellman,  from  Harper's 
Magazine  9:530-39;  Book  Reviews:  Fifine  at  the  Fair,  from 
Canadian  Monthly  285-87  :Sept.  1872     821.88  Xma. 

MAGAZINE  ARTICLES,  No.  10 

Browning's  Christmas  Eve,  by  G.  M.  D.,  from  The  Spec- 
tator 3:261 -273: Jan. -Dec.  1853;  Robert  Browning  as  a  M})stic,  by 
G.  E.  Hodgson,  from  The  Seeker  8:251 -279:  Feb.  1913;  Men  and 
Women,  by  Browning,  from  Christian  Remembrancer  281  : April 
1856    821.88  Xma. 

MAGAZINE  ARTICLES,  No.  11 

Recent  Gifts  from  Dr.  Fran^  W.  Cunsaulus,  by  E.  B.  B.,  from 
Ohio  Wesleyan  Alumni  Quarterly  3:2:4-5;  Browning's  Saul,  by 
Gertrude  Chamberlin,  from  Emerson  College  Magazine  20:3:124- 
I31:jan.  1912;  A  Letter  from  Robert  Browning  to  William  Ma- 
cread^,  from  Emerson  College  Magazine  20:3: 131 -142 :Jan.  1912; 
Browning's  Poems  Set  to  Music,  by  C.  K.  Rogers,  from  Emerson 
College  Magazine  20:3: 134: Jan.  1912;  The  Stud])  of  Browning  at 
Emerson  College,  from  Emerson  College  Magazine  20:3: 135: Jan. 
1912;  Robert  Browning's  Birthday,  by  W.  H.  Van  Allen,  from 
Emerson  College  Magazine  20:3: 136: Jan.  1912;  Extracts  from  the 
Poetry  of  (R.  Browning),  by  Prof.  W.  G.  Ward,  from  Emerson 
College  Magazine  20:3: 136-1 42: Jan.  1912;  Suggestions  Regarding 
Boo^s  on  Browning,  by  Marie  Ada  Molineux,  from  Emerson  College 
Magazine  20:3: 142- 144: Jan.  1912;  Poem — R.  Browning,  from 
Emerson  College  Magazine  20:3: 145: Jan.  1912;  Brownings  Song 
(From  Pippa  Passes),  by  Edith  Giles,  from  Emerson  College  Maga- 
zine 20:3: 146- 150: Jan.  1912;  The  Quiet  Hour  at  Emerson  Col- 
lege, from  Emerson  College  Magazine  20:3  :151  :Jan.  1912;  Pros- 
pice,  by  R.  Browning,  from  Emerson  College  Magazine  20:3: 
161 -162: Jan.  1912;  Epilogue — R.  Browning,  from  Emerson  Col- 
lege Magazine  20:3:170.Jan.  1912     821.88  Xma. 

MAGAZINE  ARTICLES.  No.  !2 

Robert  Browning:  Personalia,  by  Edmund  Gosse,  from  Nassau  Lit- 
erary Magazine  46:2: 133: June  1890;  Is  the  Philosophizing  Ten- 
dency of  Present  English  Works  of  Imagination  Injurious  to  Them 
as  Wor^s  of  Art?  by  C.  S.  P.,  from  The  Vassar  Miscellany  6: 
2:59-64: Jan.  1877;  Address  of  Rev.  Samuel  M.  Crothers,  from 
Proceedings  of  the  Thirty-second  Annual  Meeting  of  the  Free 
Religious  Association,  Boston,  Mass.,  June  1  and  2,  1899,  72-81  ; 
Remarks  of  Rev.  Jenlfin  Lloyd  Jones,  from  Proceedings  of  Thirty- 


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America,    in-HSrJune   1-2.    1899     821.88  Xmnl. 

MAGAZINE,  ECLECTIC 

Magazine  Articles:  Wordsworih,  Tenn\)son,  anB  Broivning;  or. 
Pure,  Ornale,  and  Grotesque  m  English  Poetry  (National  Review) 
1:3:273-284:  March  1865,  1:4:41 5-427:  April  1865;  A  Child 
Asleep,  by  Mrs.  Browning,  1 :4:521 -522: April  1865;  Robert 
Brownings  Poems  (St.  Paul's)  13:3:267-279:March  1871;  Rob- 
ert Broi»ning,  Writer  of  Plays,  by  W.  L.  Courtney  (Fortnightly 
Review)  38:3:358-366:Sept.  1883;  The  Ring  and  the  Book  (St. 
Paul's)    13:4:400-41 2: April    1871      821.88  Xme-. 

MAGAZINE  OF  ART 

1890;  246-252:May  1890;  261-267:June  1890. 
MAGAZINE  OF  POETRY 

Elizabeth  Barrett  BroTvning.   By  Eva  Marie  Kennedy.   With  Port- 
rait of  Elizabeth  B.  Browning.   Quarterly  Review  5:2: April  1893. 
MAGGS  BROTHERS 

Catalogue  367:21-23.    First  Edition  of  the  works  of  the  Esteemed 

Authors  of  the   19th  and  20th  Centuries.    Association   Books  and 

MSS.    821.88  Xcm. 

Catalogue.  English  Literature  of  the  19th  and  20th  Centuries.   389: 

1  :29-40  A-K. 
MAGIC  OF  A  BOOK,  THE 

By    L.    H.    Hough.     Methodist    Review    30:5:696-706:Sept.-Oct. 

1914  (Fifth  Series).   (Whole  No.  529:96:5)      821.88  Xmmr. 
MAGNET  OF  THE  SOUL.  THE 

By    Francis    Ohrum.     Baylor    Literary    17:9:3 12-31 5  :June    1909 

821.88  Xblg. 
MAGNUS,  LAURIE 

Briefs  on  New  BooJ(s 

Notes  on  the  Histor)) 

view  85: 148: Jan.  1906. 

The    Succession   of  Mr.   Meredith.     Fortnightly   Review   88:935: 

Dec.  2,   1907. 
MAIS.  S.  P.  B. 

Rupert  Brooke.    Fortnightly  Review   104:348-362: Aug.   1915. 
MAKERS  OF  ENGLISH  POETRY 

By  W.  J.  Dawson.    Chap.  25,  Robt.  Browning,  276;    Chap.  26, 

Browning's   Philosophy    of  Life,   284 ;    Chap.   27,    The   Spirit   of 

Browning's  Religion,  293;  Chap.  28,  Browning's  Attitude  to  Chris- 
tianity, 303;  Chap.  30,  Robt.  Browning — Concluding  Survey,  319- 

332    821.09  D272m. 
MAKERS  OF  LITERATURE 

By    George    Edward    Woodberry.     On    Browning's    Death    386 

820.4  W881. 
MAKING  A  NAME  IN  LITERATURE 

By  Edmund  Gosse.    Forum  8:196:Oct.    1889. 
MAKING  OF  A  GREAT  POEM,  THE 

By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.    Dial  45:344-5:Nov.   16,   1908. 
MAKING  OF  A  POET,  THE 

By  Stephen  Gwynn.    Nineteenth  Century  67:65-78: Jan.   1910. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  265:484-493. 
MALE  BLUE-STOCKING,  A,  SOAME  JENYNS 

By  Norman  Pearsons.    Nineteenth  Century  62:126-141  :July  1907. 
MALLESON,  W.  T. 

H albert  and  Hob.    Notes  and  News.    Poet  Lore  9:3:465-466. 


Dial  48: 152-5:  March  1. 
and  Character  of  the  Jews. 


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Fortnightly  Re- 


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MALLOCK,  W.  H. 

Everyman  H'n  On>n  Poti  or  The  Inspired  Singer's  Recipe  Boolf. 

Containing  Hol»  to  Ma^e  an  Imitation  of  Mr.  Dron>ning.    Chicago, 

1903. 

Necessary  Conditions   of   Great  Poetry.    Literary  Digest  21  :248- 

249:Sept.  1.  1900. 
MALLOY.  CHARLES 

Bacchus,  One  of  the   World's   Great   Poems.    Arena  32:504-13: 

Nov.   1904. 

La  Saisiaz:  The  Real  significance  of  The  Brand  Flamboyant.  Poet 

Lore  8:5:256-265. 

The  Poems  of  Emerson.    Arena  32:145-151 : Aug.   1904;   33:65- 

70:Jan.   1905. 
MANCHESTER  QUARTERLY 

BroVfning  and  The  Creelf  Drama.    By  A.  S.  Wilkins.   8:377-390: 

Oct.    1883. 
MANLOVE,  MRS.  P.  H. 

Miss  Ford's  Literary   Circles — Nashville,   Tenn.    Poet   Lore  2:6: 

331-32. 
MANN.  DOROTHEA  LAWRENCE 

Browning.  Homage  to  Robert  BroJoning,  Aleph  Tanner  49     821.88 

Xhi. 

MANUAL  TRAINING 

To  a  Sjvallow  Building  Under  Our  Eaves.  By  Mrs.  Browning. 
18:221  :Jan.  1917. 

MANUSCRIPT.  OF  THE  BROWNING 

By  Frederic  G.  Kenyon.  Littell's  Living  Age  278:733-738: 
Sept.  20.   1913. 

MANWARING,  G.  B. 

//  We  Return.  Letters  of  a  Soldier  in  KHchner's  Army.  940.91 
M294i. 

MARBLE.  ANNIE  RUSSELL 

Biography  of  the  Mind.    Dial  37:267-268: Nov.  1.  1904. 

Emerson,  Poet  and  Thinker.    Dial  37:366-7:Dec.  1.   1904. 

The  Latest  Critic  of  Broivning's  Poetry.    Dial  33:395-6:Dec.   1, 

1902. 

Modern  Echoes  of  Petrarch.   Dial  37:29-31  :July  16.  1904. 

William   Wetmore  Story  and  His  Friends.    Dial  35:348-51  : Nov. 

16.   1903 

MARCH,  FRANCIS  A..  LL.  D. 

Robert  Broivning.    Independent  52:1  :1  :Jan.  2,  1890. 

MARCH  HARE,  A 

By  Charles  Stracher.    Eclectic  Magazine  68:46: July  1898. 

MARCHING  ALONG 
See  Music. 

MAREAN.  EMMA  ENDICOTT 

The  Browning  Society  of  Boston.  Poet  Lore  5:2:110-112;  5:3: 
168;  5:4:228;  5:5:288;  5:6&7:384;  6:11:584;  7:1:55-56;  7: 
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MARK  TWAIN  AS  AN  AUTHOR 

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The   Cirl    With   the   Blue  Eyei.    Homage    to   Robert  Bron>mng, 
Aleph  Tanner  76     821.88  Xhl. 

MARKHAM.  EDWIN 

Appendices   117-118,  Centenary  Addresses.    A  Sonnet  3     821.88 

Vnya. 

On  the  Poetry  of  Poe.   Literary  Digest  28:91 2: June  25,  1904. 

Poetry  of  Poe.    Arena  32: 170- 175: Aug.   1904. 

Imagination.    The  Man  With  the  Hoe  and  Other  Poems  50     81 1 

M345mh. 

Same.  Homage   to  Robert  DroJt>ning,  Aleph   Tanner  36     821.88 

Xht. 

To  Browning.    Homage   to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  40 

821.88  Xht. 
MARKHAMS,  EDWIN,  BOOK  OF  POEMS 

Editorial.    Literary  Digest    18:695-696: June   17,    1899. 
MARQUIS,  NEETA 

The  Sonnets  from  the  Portuguese.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning, 

Aleph  Tanner  74     821.88  Xht. 
MARRIAGE,  TRAGEDY  IN 

The  Study  Class.    By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.    202-203     807 

Ml  67. 
MARSTON,  PHILIP  BOURKE 

A  Realistic  Poet.    Atlantic  Monthly  49:51 4-51 7: April  1882, 
MARSTON,  WESTLAND 

Our  Recent  Actors  (Browning  and  Macready).    Poet  Lore  1 :2: 

104. 
MARTIN.  GEORGE  H. 

The  Peculiar  Obligation  of  the  Public  High  School.    Educational 

Review  43:466:May  1912. 
MARTIN,  LADY  HELENA  FAUCIT 

By  Sir  Theodore  Martin.    See  Index  for  numerous  references  to 

Browning.     B  F257m. 
MARTINEAU.  HARRIET 

Autobiography  194     C  739. 
MARTLEY.  W.  G. 

Women.   London  Browning  Society  Papers  4:57-64     821.88  Dbs. 
MARX,  MISS  ELEANOR 

An  Account  of  Abbe  Vogler.    (From  Fetes  and  Nisard.)    Brown- 
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MARZIALS.  SIR  FRANK  T. 

Browning.   Bell's  Miniature  Series  of  Great  Writers.    George  Bell 

&  Sons,  London,   1905.     821.88  Bmm. 
MASON,  AMELIA  GERE 

Club  and  Salon.  I.    Century  56: 122- 127:  May  1898. 
MASON.  CAROLINE  ATWATER 

The  Spell  of  Italy.   References  to  Robert  Browning  271,  272,  273, 

259,261.281.  360. 
MASON.  EDWARD  T. 

Edited.    Lyrical  and  Dramatic  Poems.    Selected  from  the  works 

of    Robert   Browning  with   an  extract   from   Stedman's    Victorian 

Poets. 

MASSON,  DAVID 

Edinburgh  University  and  Women  (on  Tennyson).    Poet  Lore  4: 

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297-330;  Mrs.  Brojvning,  by  the  Lord  Bishop  of  Ripon.  279-295 

821.04  M419i. 

The  Three  Interests  in  Old  English  Literature.    Contemporary  Re- 
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MASSON.  ROSALINE 

Robert  Browning  in  Edinburgh.    Comhil!  Magazine  152:590:226- 

240:Feb.  1909     821.88  Xman. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  260:653-663. 

A  Departure  from  Tradition.    (Chamb.  J.)    Littell's  Living  Age 

207:15-23. 

An  Inspired  Little  Creature  and  the  Poet  Wordsworth.    (Fortn.) 

Littell's  Living  Age  267:790-801. 
MASSON,  TOM 

Beans  and  Browning.   Current  Opinion  3:34:359:March  1903. 
MASTER  HUGUES  OF  SAXE-GOTHA 

Browning  Study  Programme:  A  Croup  of  Music  Poems — A  Toc- 
cata of  Caluppi's  Master  H agues  of  Saxe-Cotha,  Abt  Vogler.   By 

Charlotte  Porter  and  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  10:2:288-293. 
MASTER  SINGER,  THE 

•  By  Elizabeth  Clendenning  Ring.    Homage   to   Robert  Browning, 

Aleph  Tanner  145     821.88  Xht. 
MASTER-SPIRITS 

By   Robert   Buchanan.    Browning's  Masterpieces  89-109     820.04 

B918m8. 
MASTERPIECE  OF  ENGLISH  LITERATURE 

Review.    Independent  47:2:1205:1895; 
MASTERPIECE  OF  ENGLISH  NARRATIVE  VERSE.  THE 

By  Charles  Leonard  Moore.    Dial  43 :303-305  :Nov.   16,   1907. 
MASTERS  BY  PROXY 

By  Robert  Haven  Schauffler.    Century  88:506-51 2: Aug.  1914. 
MASTERS  OF  ENGLISH  LITERATURE,  BOOK  NOTICES 

By  Edwin  Walts  Chubb.    Education  Magazine  35:537-542: April 

1915;  35: 537-542: April  1915. 
MASTERY 

Robert  Browning's  Mastery  of  Rh^me.    By  W.  J.  Rolfe.    Boston 

Browning  Society   Papers   172     821.88  Vbp. 

By  W.  J.  Rolfe.    Poet  Lore  5:5:258-66. 
MATERIAL  FROM  ENGLISH  LITERATURE  OF  THE  INTER- 
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By  Prof.  Myra  Reynolds.    Biblical  World   1 1  :49-52:Jan.    1898; 

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April  1898. 

MATHER,  FRANK  JEWETT,  JR. 

Literature.    Forum  34:77-91.  220-230.  387-403 :July-Jan.   1902-3 

MATHER.  J.  MARSHALL 

Popular  Studies  of  Nineteenth  Cenfury  Poets.    Chapter  7,  Brown- 
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MATRIMONY  AND  THE  MAN  OF  LETTERS 

By  Sidney  Low.    Nineteenth  Century  66:423-433  :Sept.   1909. 
Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  263:131-138. 

MATTER.  THE  TRANSFIGURATION  OF 

By  George  Barlow.   Contemporary  Review  85:686-696:  May  1904. 

MATTHEWS.  BRANDER 

An  Inquiry  as  to  Rh^me.    Bookman  8:32-38 :Sept.  1898. 
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Lileralure.   Forum  40:499:Nov.  1908. 

The  Play^wrighl  and  the  Pla^-Coers.    102:421 -426: July  1908. 

Postscript  as  to  Rhy^me.    Bookman  13:41 6-1 8: July  1901. 

Relation  of  Drama  to  Literature.   Forum  24:635-639: Jan.  1898. 

ReviW  of  the  Poetic  Drama.   Atlantic  Monthly  101 :2 19-224: Jan. 

1908. 

Special  Article.    Forum  39:423: Jan.    1908. 
MATTHEWS.  WILLIAM 

Stud^  of  Dictionaries.   Literary  Digest  13:525: Aug.  22,  1896. 
MAURY,  ANTONIA  C.  De  P.  P. 

A  Friend  of  Emerson.    Poet  Lore  26:3:362. 
MAXWELL,  SIR  HERBERT 

Lord  Randolph  Churchill.    (Nat'l  R.)    Littell's  Living  Age  205: 
'28-37. 
MAYERS.  F.  W.  H.  AND  OTHERS 

Apparitions.    Nineteenth   Century    15:791-815. 
MAYHEW,  WM.  H. 

Han^thorne   and  His   Circle.    New   Church   Review    11:385-392: 

July  1904. 
MAYNE,  ETHEL  COLBURN 

Browning's   Heroines.     With    Frontispiece    and    Decorations.     By 

Maxwell  Armfield.     821.88  Pmh. 
MAYO,  ISABELLA  F. 

An  Aberdeen  Student  of  Today.   Eclectic  Magazine  122:234-241 : 

Feb.   1894. 
M.  B. 

Bp    the    Fireside.     Baylor    Literary    and    Georgetonian     821.88 

Xblg. 
McCABE,  LIDA  ROSE 

A  Browning  Anecdote.    Outlook  44:358:Aug.  22,   1891. 

McCain,  rea 

The  Fear  of  the  Present.    English  Journal  5:607: Nov.  1916. 

McCarthy,  justin 

A  History  of  Our  Own  Times  2:297     942.08  Ml 27a. 
SoTrie  Memories  of  Tennyson,  Browning  and  George  Eliot.   Liter- 
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McCarthy's  reminiscences,  mr. 

By  W.  P.  Trent.    Forum  28:376-379:  Nov.   1899. 
McCHESNEY,  D.  G. 

Dora   Creenwell,  Her  Poems.    Fortnightly   Review   86:262:Aug. 

1906. 
McCLURE,  FRANK 

Cleveland's  New  Method  of  Care  for  Her  Wards.    Chautauquan 

61:90-98:Dec.  1910. 
McCLURE'S  MAGAZINE 

Men  of  Letters.    By  Geo.  W.  Smalley.    20:53-65 :Nov.   1902. 
McCOOK.  HENRY  C. 

Another  Spider  Query  and  Answer.    Poet  Lore  1:11  :5 18-20. 

Answer  to  a  Query.    Poet  Lore  1  :3:486. 
McCORMICK,  WILLIAM  S. 

Lectures  on  Literature.    Robert  Browning   125-184     820.4  Ml 31. 
McCORMICK,  WILLIAM  S.  (AND  OTHERS) 

The    Works    of    Geoffrey    Chaucer.    Athenaeum    3723:268-269: 

March  4,    1899. 

McCRACKEN,  ELIZABETH 

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McCRIE.  GEORGE 

The  Religion  of  Our  Literature.  Essays  upon  Thomas  Carlyle, 
Robert  Browning,  Alfred  Tennyson.  Robert  Browning  69-109 
820.4  M132. 

McGOWAN.  EVA 

The  Love  Affairs  of  the  Poets.  Baylor  Literary  17:334-337  June 
1909. 

McINTYRE,  CLARA  F. 

yVeiP  Poets  Judged  b]f  Old  Standards.    Poet  Lore  28:4:445.  448. 
McKlNNEY.  BERNICE 

Modern   Faith    in   Browning's  Poetry,   a   translation   of   Quelques 

aspects  de  la  foi  moderne  dans  les  poemes  de  Robert  Browning. 

By  P.  Berger.     821.88  Rbem. 

McLaughlin.  J.  B. 

The  Religion  of  Robert  Browning.    The  Ampleforth  Journal  4:1: 

48-62  :Oct.  1903. 
McMAHAN,  ANNA  BENNESON 

Browning  as  the  Poet  of  His  Century.    Dial  54:294-6: April   1, 

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Browning,  the  Man.    Centenary  Addresses  9-32     821.88  Vnya. 

Edited.  Florence  in  the  Poetry  of  the  Brownings.  Being  a  Selec- 
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Florence.     82 1 .88  Gmf . 

The  Making  of  a  Great  Poem.    Dial  45:344-5:Nov.  16,  1908. 

An  Interesting  Memorial  of  Two  Great  Authors.    Dial  31 :229- 

30:Oct.  1.   1901. 

New   Lights    on    Browning's   Personality).     Dial    50: 206-9: March 

16,  1911. 

7'/ie  Stud})  Class.    A  guide  for  the  students  of  English  Literature. 

187-225    807  Ml 67. 
McMASTER'S  UNIVERSITY  MONTHLY 

Studies   in   Browning's   Art   Poems.     By   Roy   Harris.     349-358: 

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McMILLIAN'S  MAGAZINE 

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McNARY,  SARAH  J. 

Sex  Education.    English  Journal  8:245-247: April  1919. 
McNICOLL,  THOMAS 

Essays  on  English  Literature.   R.  Browning  298-314     820.4  Ml 69. 
MEDHURST.  FRANCIS 

An  Invocation.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  39 

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MEDLEY  OF  NOTABLES.  A 

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MEETING 

See  Music. 
MEETING  AT  NIGHT  AND  PARTING  AT  MORNING 

By  Robert  Browning.    In  Kindai  Shikashu.    By  Aiyu  Kobayashi. 

In  Japanese.     808.1    K75. 

By  L.  M.  Sidney.    Lessons  From  Browning.     821.88  Dslb. 
MELON-SELLER,  THE 

See  Music. 
MEMOIR,  ALFRED,  LORD  TENNYSON,  A 

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MEMOIR  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

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MEMOIRS 

By  Henry  Fothergill  Chorley.    Compiled  by  Henry  G.  Hewlett. 

Mrs.  Bror»nmg  2:30-38,    167-169;    Robert  BroT^ning  25-26,  30, 

169-174.   1:212-213    B  C551h. 
MEMORABLE  ART  CLASS 

By  Thomas  Sulman.   Good  Words.   Litteil's  Living  Age  214:889- 

893. 
MEMORABLE  LOVE  LETTERS 

By  E.  Rafford  Pike.    Cosmopolitan  37:253-261. 
MEMORIAL  HELD  BY  THE  BOSTON  BROWNING  SOCIETY. 

JAN.  28,  1890 

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Held  at  May  Memorial  Church,  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  9,   1890. 

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MEMORIAL  MEETING  TO  ROBERT  BROWNING,  THE  EXER- 
CISES AT 

Held  in  the  King's  Chapel  by  the  Boston  Browning  Society.    Lit- 
erary World  21:3:40:Feb.   1,   1890. 
MEMORIAL  NOTES,  BROWNING 

By   F.  Charlton.    Poet  Lore   2:2:100-111. 
MEMORIAL  OF  TWO  GREAT  AUTHORS,  AN  INTERESTING 

By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.    Dial  31  :228-30:Oct.   1,   1901. 
MEMORIAL  PUBLICATIONS,  BROWNING 

Poet   Lore  2:6:326-7. 
MEMORIAL  SERVICE,  BOSTON  BROWNING 

By  Alice  Kent  Robertson.   Poet  Lore  2:3:152-155. 
MEMORIAL  TO  ROBERT  BROWNING 

Under  the  Auspices  of  the  Browning  Society  of   Boston.    King's 

Chapel.  Tuesday,  Jan.  28.   1890.    Printed  for  the  Society  by  the 

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MEMORIALS.  BROWNING 

A  Catalogue  of  Books,  Drawings,  Autograph  Letters  and  Other 

Relics,  purchased  at  the  recent  dispersal  of  the  Browning  Collec- 
tion. Offered  for  sale  by  Bertram  Dobell.     821.88  Adm  (2  copies). 
MEMORIALS  OF  ROSSETTI 

Atlantic  Monthly  51  :549-555: April   1883. 
MEMORIES  OF  BROWNING,  BEAUTIFUL 

(A  review  of  Mrs.  Bronson's  Recollections  of  Browning  in  Venice, 

which  appeared  in  the  Cornhill  Magazine.)     Review  of  Reviews 

25:353-354:March   1902. 
MEMORIES  OF  SEVENTY  YEARS 

By  E.  G.  J.    Dial   18:43-45:Jan.   16,   1895. 
MEMORY  OF  R.  B.   (1812-1889),  TO  THE 

By  John  Savary.   Literary  World  21 :1 :8:Jan.  4,  1890. 

MEN  AND  WOMEN    . 

By  Robert  Browning.    Ticknor  &  Fields,  Boston.   1866.    (Authors 
Edition     821.88  Hmwt. 
Athenaeum  1464: 1327- 1328:  Nov.  17,  1855. 

By  Robert  Browning.    (Reviewed.)    Poetry  of  the  Past  Year.  Th« 
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MEN  AND  WOMEN.  AND  PIPPA  PASSES.  BROWNING'S 

By  E.  Fortescue  Bricksdale.   Dial  49:473:Dec.  1.  1910. 
MEN  AND  WOMEN.  BROWNINGS 

By  H.  Ospovat.   Dial  35:425:Dec.  1.  1903. 

The  Rambler,  Catholic  Journal  and  Review.  Jan.  1856. 
MEN  AND  WOMEN.  REMARKS  OF  BROWNING'S 

Editorials.    Blackwood's  Magazine  79: 1 33.1 37: Feb.   1836. 
MEN  OF  LETTERS 

By  Geo.  W.  Smalley.    McClure's  20:53-65:Nov.   1902. 
MEN  OF  LETTERS— THE  UNHAPPY  LOVE  AFFAIRS  OF 

By  Strachey  and  Littlefield.    Current   Opinion  47:312-313:Nov. 

1909. 
MEN  OF  MARK 

A  Gallery  of   Contemporary   Portraits   of   Men   Distinguished   in 

the  Senate,  the  Church,  in  Science,  Literature  and  Art,  the  Army, 

Navy,  Law,  Medicine,  etc.    Conducted  by   George  C.  Whitfield. 

Robert  Browning:  Poet  and  Dramatist.     821.88  Bmm. 
MENAGE  DE  POESIES 

By  Mary  James  Darmesteter.    (In  French.)    Revue  de  Paris  18: 

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MERCER,  ARTHUR 

Poeir\f  of  Courtship  and  Marriage.    New  Church  Review  15:392- 

404:  July  1908. 
MEREDITH 

BroUfning  and  Meredith,  Some  Points  of  Similarit}f.    By  Mary 

Winchester  Abbolt.     821   Dap. 

Same.  (  1  ypewritten)     821.88  Dam. 

Same.  By  Editor.   Priory  Magazine  Aug.  1903     821.88  Dpm. 
MEREDITH  AS  A  POET 

By  Miss  M.  Sturge  Henderson.  Literary  Digest  36:341 -342  :March 

7,  1908. 

MEREDITH.  GEORGE 

To  Robert  BroTi>ning.  Homage  to  Robert  Droii>ning,  Aleph  Tanner 
130    821.88  Xht. 

By  Percy  Lubbock.    (Quart.  R.)    Littell's  Living  Age  264:515- 
326. 

Poems  and  Lyrics  of  the  Jo}f  of  the  Earth.   Athenaeum  2909:103- 
104: July  28.  1883. 
A  Faith  on  Trial.    821.88  M559p. 

MEREDITH,  GEORGE,  POETRY  OF 

By  G.  M.  Treveiyan.    Eclectic  Magazine  143:503-51 5  :Oct.  1904. 

MEREDITH.  MR.  GEORGE,  A  STUDY  OF 

By  J.  A.  Newton  Robinson.    Eclectic  Magazine  118:124-129. 

MEREDITH  IN  HIS  POEMS,  MR. 

Current  Opinion  9:597-599: April  1892. 

By  Professor  Edward  Dowden.    Eclectic  Magazine  118:650-660: 

May  1892. 

By    Edward    Dowden.     Fortnightly    Review    57:337-353:March 

1892. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  193:495-505. 
MEREDITH  ON  THE  SOURCE  OF  DESTINY,  GEORGE 

By  Emily  G.  Hooker.    Poet  Lore  12:2:238-252. 
MEREDITH.  OWEN 

The   Wanderer,    Homage  to  Robert  DroVfning,  Aleph  Tanner  78 

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MEREDITH,  SOME  RECOLLECTIONS,  GEORGE 

By  Edward  Clodd.    Fortnightly  Review  92:25: July  1909. 

MEREDITH'S  STYLE.  PENALTY  OF 

By  Paul  Elmer   More.    Literary  Digest  30:891  : June   17,   1905. 
MEREDITH,  THE  GREAT  PSYCHOLOGIST  OF  ENGLISH  FIC- 
TION, GEORGE 
Current  Opinion  47:49-54: July   1909. 
MEREDITH,  THE  MORAL  PHILOSOPHY  OF 
Contemporary  Review  96:23-29 :July  1909. 
Munse/s  30:l53:Oct.    1903. 
MEREDITH.  WILL  THE  NOVELS  OF  GEORGE.  ENDURE 

Current  Opinion  44:51-53 :Jan.  1908. 
MERLETTE.  GERMAINE-MARIE 

La  Vie  et  VOeuvre  d'Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning. 
MERLETTE,  MARIE 

La  Vie  et  iOeuvre  de  Elizabeth  Browning.   Athenaeum  4045:585- 
586:May  13,  1905. 
MERRELL,  E.  H. 

Browning  as  an  Artist  from  Memorial   Meeting  of  the  Syracuse 
Browning  Club  24-54     821.88  Bsr. 

Browning  as  a  Genius.   Syracuse  Memorial  24-54     821.88  Bsy. 
MERRILL,  KATHARINE 

The  Use  of  the  Ugl}f  in  Art.    Poet  Lore  13:2:255-60. 
MERRILL.  WILLIAM  PIERSON 

Faith  and  Sight.    Robert  Browning  128-144     230  M571. 
MERRILL.  WILLIAM  STETSON 

Browning  Society  Papers.   Library  Journal  28:104:March  1903. 
MERTENS,  MARSHALL  LOUIS 

Music,   Madness    and    the    Master.     (Browning's    Saul.)     Review 
and  Expositor  Jan.    1918     821.88  Hsam. 
MESMERISM 

Translated   into  Japanese.     By   Iwano   Homei.    Kinsei  Eibungal(u 
(Studies   in    Modern   English   Literature)    132-149     820.8   S933j. 
Notes  under  Current  Topics.    Albion  133: March  13,   1869. 
By  Ezra  Pound.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  46 
821.88  Xht. 

Same.  Literary  Digest  44:1110. 
MESMERISM   FROM   A   SCIENTIFIC  VIEW   POINT,   BROWN- 
ING'S 

By  Francis  E.  White.    Poet  Lore  4:5:261-66. 
MESSAGE  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING.  THE 
By  A.  Austin  Foster.     821.88  Rfm. 

By    W.    Wilberforce    Newton.     Bookmart    5:50:52-53:July    1887 
821.88  Xmbm. 
MESSAGE,  SIGNIFICANCE  OF  BROWNING'S 

By  F.  W.  Farrar.    Review  of  Reviews  15:185-191  :Feb.  1897. 
MESSAGE    TO    ARTISTS    AND    CRAFTSMEN    OF    TODAY. 
BROWNING'S 

By  George  Wharton  James.   Craftsman  149-151  :Nov 
MESSAGE     TO     THE     NINETEENTH     CENTURY, 
BROWNING'S 
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The  Magic  of  a  Book.    By  L.  H.  Hough.   696:Sept.-Oct.  1914. 

Sarah  Floroer  Adams — One   of  the  Early  Friends  of  Bror»ning. 

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MIDDLEBURY  CAMPUS.  THE 

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MIHRAH  SHAH 

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MILNE.  J. 

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352:  Aug.  1914. 
MILSAND,  JOSEPH 

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MILSAND,  M.  J. 

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MIND,  THE  CLUE  TO  BROWNING'S 

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MINOR  POETS,  THE 

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MINOR  POETS  OF  THE  DAY 

(Poems    by    Robert    Browning.)      The    Christian    Remembrancer. 

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MISSION  OF  TENNYSON 

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Studies  in  Biography   and  Criticism.    By    Wm.   Henry   Thome. 

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A  Literary  Mosaic.   By  Chas.  W.  Hodell.   23:2:510-519     812.88 

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MODERN  VILLIAN.  THE 

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MONTMORENCY.  J.  E.  G.  de 

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MOORE.  CHARLOTTE 

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By  G.  K.  Chesterton.    Contemporary  Review  96:23-29: July  1909. 

LittelPs  Living  Age  262:423-427. 
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By  T.  W.  Fowle.    Contemporary  Review  19:673 -695: May  1871, 
MORALITY  OF  THACKERY  AND  GEORGE  ELIOT.  THE 

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MORAN.  MABEL 

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By  Edith  Kellog  Dunton.    Dial  41 :444-446:Dec.   16.  1906. 
MORE.  PAUL  ELMER 

Penalty   of   Meredith's  Stymie.    Literary   Digest    30:891 : June    12, 

1905. 

Christina  Rossetti.   Atlantic  Monthly  94:815-21  :Jan.  1904. 

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Meteyard.    49     811    C287ms  C.2. 
MOREL.  LEON 

Les  Sonnets  du  Poriugais,  d'Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning  traduits 

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par  Leon  Morel.    Paris:  Librairie  Hachette  &  Cie,  1903.     821.88 

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MORGAN.  A. 

Shal^espeare   and  Browning   Societies.    Science    15:282:Feb.    2I« 

1902. 
MORISON.  JEANIE  (MRS.  J.  COTTER  MORISON) 

Caliban    Upon  Setebos,  with   some  notes  on   Browning's  SubtletXf 

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Sabbath   Songs  and   Sonnets  and  B^'lVay   Ballads.    In   Palazzo 

Rezzonico  Venice  87. 

Sordello.   An  Outline  Analysis  of  Mr.  Browning's  Poem.     821.88 

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MORLEY.  HENRY 

English  Literature   in   the  Reign  of   Victoria.    Browning's  Aga- 
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MORLEY,  JOHN 

On  The  Ring  and  the  Book-    Studies  in  Literature  255-285     804 

M864sl. 
MORRIS,  GEO.  PERRY 

Eliz.  Barrett  Browning.  Independent  60:1 :501 -504: March  1,  1906. 
MORRIS,  HARRISON  S. 

The  Browning  Society  of  the  New  Century  Club  of  Philadelphia. 

Poet  Lore   1:1:35-37;    1:2:82-84;    1:3:128-129. 

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Fra  Lippa  Lippi  and  Mr.  Sludge,  from  Browning  versus  Brown' 

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Tales  from  Ten  Poets.     823  P745mt. 

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MORRIS,  NEW  BOOK,  WM. 

Editorial.    Independent  41:2: 13l4:Oct.   10,  1889. 
MORRIS'  POEMS.  WILLIAM 

By  Andrew  Lang.    Longman's.    Littell's  Living  Age  21 1 :323-336. 
MORRIS.  WILLIAM 

Athenaeum  4423:109-1 10: Aug.  3,   1912. 

By    Theo.    Watts    Dunton.     Athenaeum    3598: 486- 488: Oct.    10. 

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Poems  fcj?  the  Wa^.   Athenaeum  3359:336-338: March  12,  1892. 
MORRIS,  WILLIAM,  THE  COLLECTED  WORKS  OF 

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MORTIMER,  W. 

A  Note  on  Browning.    Art  Review  1 :5:28-32:Feb.  1890. 
MORTON,  EDWARD  P. 

Chronology  and  Metrical  Tests.    South  Atlantic  Quarterly  10:159- 

168:April   1911. 
MORTON,  IRENE  ELDER 

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MOSAIC  POETRY 

Literary  Digest  39:494:Sept.  25.  1909. 
MOSCHELES,  FELIX 

Brownings  Asolo.    Scribner's   10:359-367:SepT  1891. 

Fragments  of  an  Autobiography.  Some  Incidents  of  Robert  Brown- 
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MOSELY.  B.  L. 

Miss  Alma  Murray's  Constance.   Robert  Browning's  In  a  Balcony, 

Read  to  the   Browning  Society  on   the  27th  of    February,    1885. 

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MOSES  OF  MICHAEL  ANGELO,  THE 

By  Robert  Browning.   Yale  4:l-2:Oct.  1914;  also  Literary  Digest 

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MOSHER.  A.  M. 

Browning's  Summers  in  Brittany.   Century  54: 755- 768: Sept.  1897. 

The  Spell  of  Brittany.   See  Index. 
MOSS,  J.  S.  K.,  AND  J.  BRUTON  AITKEN 

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MOTHERLESS  HEROINE,  THE 

By  Louise  M.  Field.    Poet  Lore  17:4:99-101. 
MOTIVES  AND  METHODS  OF  AUTHORSHIP 

By  G.  Eyre  Todd.   Literary  Digest  12:640-641  :March  28.  1896. 
MOULTON.  CHARLES 

The    Library^    of   Lilerar^    Criticism    of    English    and   American 

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MOULTON,  RICHARD  G. 

World  Literature.   Robert  Browning  356-358,  403. 
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MUIRHEAD,  J.  H. 

By  Professor  William  Wallace.  Forlnigthly  Review  67:694-695: 
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MULEYKEH 

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Literary^  Recollections.    Cosmopolis.    Litteirs  Living  Age  213 :75- 

89. 

More  of  Max  Mueller  i  Literary  Recolleciiorts.    Literary  Digest 

14:670-71: April  3.  1897. 

More  Light  on  Patmore'i  Literary  Character.   Literary  Digest  14: 

700-701 :  April  10,  1897. 

Prof.  Max  Mueller  s  Recollectiom  of  Froude  and  Kingsley.   Liter- 
ary Digest  14:427-28:Feb.  6.  1897. 

The  Real  Significance  of  the  Parliament  of  Religions.    Arena  1 1 : 

1-14:Dec.  1894. 
MUNDY,  E.  W. 

Browning  as  a   Theologian.    Memorial   Meeting   of  the  Syracuse 

Browning  Club  20-23    821.88  Bsy. 
MUNSEY'S  MAGAZINE 

Another  Dron>ning.    By  Edward  Dowden.    32*444 :Dec.  1904. 

At  What  Age  Do  Literary  Men  Do  Their  Best  Work?    By  Rich- 
ard La  Gallienne.    51:273-277:March  1914. 

Broroning  Clubs  and  Finance.  By  Dr.  Frederick  Furnivall.    26: 

150:Ocl.    1901. 

The  Browning  Letters.   21 :794:A^g.  1899. 

The  Charms  of  Autobiography.   22:61 3: Jan.  1900. 

Chesterton's  Browning.    30:153:Oct.   1903. 

Chesterton's  Novel.    32: 120:  Nov.  1904. 

Country  and  City  Mouse.   31 :603-604:Aug.  1904. 

The  Finance  of  Literary  Shrines.    By  William  G.  Fitzgerald.    37: 

519-521  :Sept.  1907. 

The  Influence  of  Ibsen.    19:273:  May  1898. 

Literary  Readings.    15:507: July  1896. 

Maeterlinck  and  Browning.    30: 759:  Feb.   1904. 

Paradoxical  Mr.  Chesterton.    31:604: Aug.   1904. 

Pauline,  Then  and  Now.    31  :919:Sept.  1904. 

The  Tennyson  Biography.    18:933-934:March  1898. 

An  Vnf  or  gotten  Favorite.    14:501  :Jan.  1896. 
MURRAY,  ALMA 

In  a  Balcony,  as  Constance.     821.88  Dpm. 
MURRAY'S  CONSTANCE.  MISS  ALMA 

Robert  Browning's  In  a  Balcony.    By  B.  L.  Mosely.    Read  to  the 

Browning  Society  on  the  27th  of  February,  1885     821.88  Pcmm. 

Portrait  as  Beatrice  Cenci.    With  Critical  Notice  Containing  Four 

Letters  from  Robert  Browning.   Elkin  Matthews,  Vigo  Street,  Lon- 
don, 1 89 1 .    82 1 .88  Dpm  (2  copies) . 

MURRAY.  GILBERT 

The  Plays  of  a  Great  Poet,  Speaker.    Littell's  Living  Age  247: 
244-248. 

MURRAY,  JAMES 

Robert  Browning.    Igdrasil  50-66:Feb.   1890     821.88  Dmur. 

MURRAY'S  MAGAZINE 

Asolo  and  Its  Neighborhood.    By  Linda  Villari.    Littell's  Living 

Age  191:367-371. 

Some  Odd  Numbers.  By  M.  G.   Littell's  Living  Age  175:308-313. 
MUSE  IN  EXILE,  THE 

By  William  Watson.    Century  83:944-948: April  1912. 
MUSES  IN  THE  COMMON  SCHOOL.  THE 

By  Mary  E.  Burt.    Atlantic  Monthly  67:53 1-537: April   1891. 


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MUSEUS 


MUSIC 


The  Function  of  Poets.   Contemporary  Review  95:l-5:May  1909: 
Literary  Supplement  No.  20. 


See  Songs. 

Robert  Browning,  the  Musician.    By  A.  Goodrich-Freer.    Eclectic 

Magazine   137:174-182. 
MUSIC  INDEX  TO  AUTHORS-SUBJECT  IN  BAYLOR  LIBRARY 

OF  ARTICLES  ON  BROWNING  AND  MUSIC 
AH.  LOVE,  BUT  A  DAY 

Set  to  Music  by  Mrs.  H.  H.  A.  Beach.    From  Three  Browning 

Songs.    2  copies.    Soprano  or  Tenor.    Opus  44  No.  2.    Arthur  P. 

Schmidt  Co.,   Boston,   Leipzig,   New  York. 

Set  to  Music  by  Clara  Kathleen  Rogers.    Browning  Songs.    First 

Series.    Opus  27  No.  4.    2  copies.    A.  P.  Schmidt:   Boston,  New 

York,  Leipzig. 
ALL'S  RIGHT  WITH  THE  WORLD 

(From  Pippa  Passes.)     Set  to  Music  by  Emiliano  Renaud.   White- 
Smith  Publishing  Co.,  Boston,  New  York,  Chicago. 
AND  so  YOU  FOUND  THAT  POOR  ROOM  DULL 

From    Appearances.     Set    to    Music    by    Clara    Kathleen    Rogers. 

Boston:  Schmidt  Co.,  1900. 
APPARITIONS 

Set  to  Music  by  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Begins  Such  a  Starved  Banl( 

of  Moss. 

Set   to   Music  by   E.  C.   Gregory.    From  Six  Songs  4.    Novello 

Ewer  &  Co.,  London,  New  York. 

Set  to  Music  by  Clara  Kathleen  Rogers.    Browning  Songs.    First 

Series.   Opus  27  No.  3.   2  copies.   A.  P.  Schmidt,  Boston,  Leipzig, 

New  York. 
APPEARANCES 

Set  to  Music  by  Clara  Kathleen  Rogers.    Browning  Songs.   Second 

Series.    2  copies.    Opus  32   No.  2.    Arthur   P.   Schmidt,   Boston, 

Leipzig,  New  York. 
ASK  NOT  ONE  LEAST  WORD  OF  PRAISE 

Set  to  Music  by  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  3:5:258-259. 
AT  THE  WINDOW 

Set  to  Music  by   Virginia   Gabriel.    Key  G  minor.    Addison   fit 

Lucas,  210  Regent  St.,  London. 

Set  to  Music  by  Marshall  Kernochan.    From  Two  Poems  by  Rob- 
ert Browning  for  a  Medium  voice  with  piano  accompaniment.    G. 

Schirmer,  New  York. 
BEACH,  MRS.  H.  H.  A. 

To  the  Browning  Society  of  Boston.    Three  Browning  Songs:  (I) 

The  Year's  at  the  Spring:  (2)  Ah,  Love,  But  a  Day;  (3)  /  Send 

My  Heart   Up   to    Thee.    Soprano  or   Tenor.    2   copies.    A.   P. 

Schmidt  &  Co.,  New  York. 
BEACH.  JOHN 

Is  She  Not  Pure  Cold.    The  Wa-Wan   Press,   Newton  Center. 

Mass. 
BEAN-STRIPE:  ALSO  APPLE  EATING,  A 

Set  to  Music  by  Granville  Bantock.    In  Lyrics  from  Ferishtah's 

Fancies.     Breitkopf    &    Hartel,    Leipzig,    Brussels,    London,    New 

York. 
PENDING.  EDWIN 

The  Boy)  and  the  Angel.   Set  to  Music  by  Edwin  Bending  for  the 

London  Browning  Society. 


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BERDOE:  BROWNING  STUDIES 

•Some  Noies  on  Brownings  Poems  Referring  to  Music.   By  Helen 

J.  Ormerod.    237-253     821.88  Vlbs. 
BERGH,  ARTHUR 

The  Pied  Piper  of  Hamelin.   Recitation  with  Pianoforte.  Opus  23. 

G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 
BOOT  AND  SADDLE 

Set  to  Music  by  James  H.  Rogers.    Cavalier  Song.    With  Piano 

Accompaniment.    (High  in  G  Minor.)    G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 
BOOT.  SADDLE.  TO  HORSE  AND  AWAY 

From  Dramatic  Lyrics.    Set   to   Music  by   C.   Villiers  Stanford. 

Boosey  &  Co.,  London. 
BOY  AND  THE  ANGEL.  THE 

Set  to  Music  by  Edwin  Bending  for  the  London  Browning  Society. 
BRANSCOMBE,  GENA 

/  Send  A/p  Heart  Up  to  Thee.    (Serenade.)    Soprano  or  Tenor. 

2  copies.   Arthur  P.  Schmidt  Co.,  New  York. 

Marching  Along!    For  medium  voice.   G.  Schirmer.  New  York. 
BROWNING.  ELIZABETH  BARRETT 

For  Love's  Saf(e  Only.    Music  by  W.  A.  Fisher.    Two  copies. 

HoTV  Do  I  Love  Thee.    Music  by  Henry  K.  Hadley.   Two  copies. 

//  /  Were  Thou.    Music  by  Marie  Von  Hammer.    Two  copies. 

Nevermore  Alone.    Music  by  Henry  K.  Hadley.    Two  copies. 

A  Rose  Once  Creiv.    Music  by  Marie  Von  Hammer.   Two  copies. 

The  Soul's  Expression.    (Four  sonnets.)    Music  by  S.  Coleridge- 
Taylor. 
BROWNING  MEMORIAL  (Boston  Society) 

Song  from  Browning's  Paracelsus.    Songs  from  Browning's  Pippa 

Passes.     821.88  Bmb. 
BUT  LOVE 

Words  by  Robert  Browning.    Music  by  Elsie  M.  Cowley.    Mackay 

Bros. 
CAMEL-DRIVER,  A 

Set  to  Music  by  Granville   Bantock.    In  Lyric   from  FerishtaKs 

Fancies.  Breilkopf  &  Haertel,  Leipzig,  Brussels,  London,  and  New 

York. 

CHANTER.  ARTHUR 

There's  a  Woman  LiJie  a  Dero-drop.    (Serenade.^    Allan  &  Co., 

Ltd.,  Melbourne. 
CHERRIES 

Set  to  Music  by  Granville  Bantock.    In  Lyrics  from  FerishtaKs 

Fancies.    Breitkopf  &  Haertel,   Leipzig,   Brussells,  London,   New 

York. 
CLARKE.  HELEN  A.  (Music  by) 

Apparitions.    Begins  "Such  a  starved  han^  of  moss." 

One  Way  of  Love.   Song  with  Cello  Obligato. 

Overhead  the  Tree  Tops  Meet.    From  Pippa  Passes,    Written  for 

the  Boston  Browning  Society. 

COLERIDGE-TAYLOR,  S. 

The  Soul's  Expression.  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.  Four  Sonnets, 
The  Soul's  Expression,  Tears,  Grief,  Comfort.  Novello  &  Co., 
London. 

COMFORT 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.  Music  by  S.  Coleridge-Taylor.  From 
r/if  Soul'i  Expression.   Novello  &  Co..  London. 


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COOMBS.  C.  WHITNEY 

Th^  Face.   G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 
COWLEY.  ELSIE  M. 

Music  for  But  Lo\>e.    Words  by  Robert  Browning. 
DE  KOVEN.  REGINALD 

There  3  a  Woman  Li^e  a  Detf-Drop.    Soprano  or  Tenor  in  G. 

G.  Schirmer.  New  York. 
EAGLE,  THE 

Round  Us  the  Wild  Creatures.  Set  to  music  by  Granville  Bantock. 

In  Lyrics  from  FerishlaKs  Fancies.    Breitkopf  &  Haertel,  Leipzig, 

Brussels,  London,  New  York. 
EARTHS  IMMORTALITIES 

Set  to  Music  by  Clara  Katheleen  Rogers.    Love  begins — So,  the  • 

gear's  done  with.  Vol.  2  of  her  Browning  Songs.   Boston:  Schmidt, 

1900. 
ELMAN,  MISCHA 

In  a  Gondola.   Impromptu  for  the  violin  with  piano  accompaniment. 

Two  copies.   G.  Schirmer,  New  York,  Boston,  London. 
EPILOGUE 

Set  to  Music  by  Granville  Bantock.    In  Lyrics  from  FerishlaKs 

Fancies.    Breitkopf   &   Haertel,   Leipzig,   Brussels,   London,  New 

York. 

Set  to  Music  by  John  Farmer.    Balliol  College  Song  Book.    By 

Permission  of  Mr.  Barrett  Browning.    London:   Joseph  Williams. 
FAMILY.  THE 

Set  to  Music  by  Granville  Bantock.    In  Lyrics  from  FerishlaKs 

Fancies.    Breitkopf   &   Haertel,   Leipzig,   Brussels.   London,   New 

York. 
FARMER,  JOHN 

Epilogue:  At  the  midnight  in  the  silence  of  the  sleep  time.    Balliol 

College  Song  Book.   By  kind  permission  of  Mr.  Barrett  Browning. 

London:  Joseph  Williams. 
FERISHTAH'S  FANCIES,  LYRICS  FROM 

Music  by  Granville  Bantock.    Cherries,  Epilogue,  Plot-Culture,  A 

Pillar  at  Sehzevah,  A   Bean-Stripe,    The  Eagle,   The  Sun,   The 

Melon-Seller,  Mihrah  Shah,  A  Camel-Driver,  The  Famil\f,  Tvfo 

Camels,  Shah  Abhas.    Published  by  Breitkopf  &  Haertel. 
FISHER.  WILLIAM  ARMS 

For  Love's  Sal^e  Only.    Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    From  Five 

Songs,  Opus  9.    Oliver  Ditson  Co..  Boston. 

FOR  LOVE'S  SAKE  ONLY 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.  Music  by  William  Arms  Fisher.  No. 
4  from  Five  Songs,  Opus  9.   Oliver  Ditson  Co.,  Boston. 

FORBES,  J.  WINCHELL 
Toccata. 

GABRIEL.  VIRGINIA 

At  the  Windora.  Key  G  minor.  Addison  &  Lucas,  210  Regent 
St.,  London. 

GALSWORTHY,  MRS.  JOHN 

Two  Songs,  Pippa's  Song,  In  the  Doorvfay.  London:  Weekes 
&Co. 

GIVE  A  ROUSE 

Music  by  Marshall  Kemochan.  From  Two  Poems  by  Robert 
Browning.  For  a  medium  voice  with  piano  accompaniment.  New 
York:  G.  Schirmor, 


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GIVE  HER  BUT  A  LEAST  EXCUSE  TO  LOVE  ME 

From  The  Page  Sings  to  the  Queen,  From  Pippa  Passes.  Music 
by  Georgina  Schuyler.    New  York:  G.  Schirmer,  1882. 

GOOD  TO  FORGIVE 

From  Pisgah's  Sights  3.   Clara  Kathleen  Rogers.  Browning  Songs: 

Second  Series.   Opus  32  No.  4.    Two  copies.   Arthur  P.  Schmidt, 

Boston,  Leipzig,  New  York. 

Music  by  Alfred  G.  Robyn.    Mezzo  soprano.    G.  Schirmer,  New 

York. 

GOODRICH-FREER,  A. 

Robert  Drowning,  the  Musician.  London  Browning  Society  Papers 
Abstract  5:135-153;  Eclectic  Magazine  138:174;  Littell's  Living 
Age  129:803-811;  Nineteenth  Century  59:648-658: April  1901. 

GREGORY,  E.  C. 

Six  Songs.  Words  by  Robert  Browning.  One  Wa"^  of  Loving, 
Misconceptions,  Na^,  But  You  Who  Do  Not  Love  Her,  Appari- 
tions, James  Lee's  Wife,  A  Lover's  Quarrel.  Novello,  Ewer  & 
Co.,  London  and  New  York. 

GRIEF 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.  Music  by  S.  Coleridge-Taylor.  From 
The  Soul's  Expression.   Novello  &  Co.,  London. 

GROW  OLD  ALONG  WITH  ME 

Music  by  Georgina  Schuyler.    From  Album  of  Songs  19-20.    G. 

Schirmer,  New  York. 

By  Georgina  Schuyler.    For  Mezzo-Soprano  Voice. 

HADLEY.  HENRY  K. 

How  Do  I  Love  Thee.  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.  From  Five 
Songs,  Opus  20.  High  voice.  2  copies.  Oliver  Ditson  Co.,  Boston. 
Nevermore  Alone.  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning,  From  Five  Songs, 
Opus  20.  High  voice.  2  copies.  Oliver  Ditson  Co.,  Boston. 
You'll  Love  Me  Yet.  From  Pippa  Passes.  From  Five  Songs,  Opus 
20.    High  voice.   Oliver  Ditson  Co.,  Boston. 

HALLEY,  MARGARET  A. 

The  Year's  at  the  Spring.   Paterson  &  Sons. 

HAMMER,  MARIE  VON 

//  /  Were  Thou.    By  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.   Two  copies. 

A  Rose  Once  Crew.  By  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.  Two  copies. 
HARRADEN,  ETHEL 

/  Co  to  Prove  Mp  Soul.  No.  6004.  From  Selected  Octavo  Pub- 
lications.   Thiehes-Sturlin  Music  Co.,  St.  Louis. 

The  Lost  Leader. 

Over  the  Sea  Our  Calle^  Went. 

Wilt  Thou  Change  Too?    From  James  Lee's  Wife.    London:  C. 

Jeffnis,  67  Burners  St. 

HARTOG,  CECILE  S. 

The   Year's  at  the  Spring.    From  English  Songs.    Second  Series. 

High  G.    Oliver  Ditson  Co.,  Boston. 

Same.  No.  2  in  A  Flat.    Boosey  &  Co.,  London,  W. 
HOLD  ME  WITH  A  CHARM 

Words  by  Robert  Browning.    Music  by  Alick  Maclean.    Boosey 

&  Co.,  London,   1910. 
HOMER,  SIDNEY 

There's  Heaven  Above.    From  Johannes  Agricola  in  Meditation. 

With  piano  accompaniment.  Hi|h  voice.  G.  Schirmer,  New  York^ 


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Three  Songs:  0)  ^  Woman's  Last  Word,  (2)  M}f  Star,  (3) 
Prospice.    High  voice.    G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 

HOW  DO  I  LOVE  THEE? 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.  Music  by  Henry  K.  Hadley.  No. 
3  from  Five  Songs,  Opus  20.  High  voice.  Two  copies.  Oliver 
Ditson  Co.,  Boston. 

I  GO  TO  PROVE  MY  SOUL 

Taussig- Harraden.  No.  6004,  Key  of  F.  From  Selected  Octavo 
Publications.   Thiehes-Sturlin  Music  Co.,  St.  Louis. 

I  HAVE  A  MORE  THAN  FRIEND 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.  Set  to  music  by  Clara  Kathleen 
Rogers.  BroJtfning  Songs:  First  Series,  Opus  27  No.  5.  Two 
copies.   A.  P.  Schmidt,  Boston,  New  York,  Leipzig. 

I  SEND  MY  HEART  UP  TO  THEE 

Set  to  Music  by  H.  H.  A.  Beach.  From  Three  Drowning  Songs. 
Opus  44.  Soprano  or  Tenor.  Two  copies.  A.  P.  Schmidt  &  Co., 
New  York,  Boston. 

By  Robert  Browning.  Music  by  Gena  Branscombe.  Three  copies. 
(Serenade.)  Set  to  Music  by  Gena  Branscombe.  Soprano  or 
Tenor.    Arthur  P.  Schmidt  Co.,  New  York. 

I  WOULD  THAT  YOU  WERE  ALL  TO  ME 

Same  as  Tt»o  in  the  Campagna.  Set  to  Music  by  Caroline  Reinagle. 
London,  Augener  188. 

IF  I  WERE  THOU 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.  Music  by  Marie  von  Hammer.  From 
Five  Songs.   High  voice.    1  wo  copies.   Oliver  Ditson  Co.,  Boston. 

IN  A  DOORWAY 

Set  to  music  by  Mrs.  John  Galsworthy.  From  Two  Songs.  London : 
Weekes  &  Co. 

IN  A  GONDOLA 

Music  by  Mischa  Elman.    Impromptu  for  the  violin  with  piano 
accompaniment.    Two  copies.    G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 
Georgina  Schuyler.    From  Album  of  Songs.    G.  Schirmer,  New 
York. 

INTUITION,  SPECIALLY  IN  REGARD  OF  MUSIC  AND  PLAS- 
TIC ARTS,  BROWNINGS 
By  J.  T.  Nettleship.   London  Browning  Society  Papers  4:381-396. 

IS  SHE  NOT  PURE  GOLD 

Set  to  Music  by  John  Beach.  The  Wa-Wan  Press,  Newton  Cen- 
ter, Mass. 

JAMES  LEE'S  WIFE 

From  Six  Songs.  Set  to  Music  by  E.  C.  Gregory.  Novello,  Ewer 
&  Co.,  New  York,  London. 

KERNOCHAN,  MARSHALL 

Two  Poems  by  Robert  Browning  for  a  medium  voice  with  piano 
accompaniment:  (1)  At  the  Window,  (2)  Give  a  Rouse.  G. 
Schirmer,  New  York. 

Two  Songs:  (\)  A  Serenade  at  the  Villa,  (2)  Round  Us  the  Wild 
Creatures.    Medium  Voice.    One  copy.    G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 

KING  CHARLES 

C.  Villiers  Stanford.    From   Three  Cavalier  Songs   for  Baritone 
Solo  and  Male  Chorus.    Opus  17.    Boosey  &  Co.,  London. 
Set  to  Music  by   Maude  Valerie  White.    Cavalier  Song.    Two 
copies.   Boosey  &  Co.,  New  York.  London. 


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KOBBE,  GUSTAV 

To  Hone!   C.  H.  Ditson  &  Co.,  New  York. 

LAST  WORD,  A 

Words  by  Robert  Browning.  Music  by  Ralph  Raymond.  Lublin 
&  Co.,  London,  1906. 

LOST  LEADER,  THE 

Set  to  Music  by  Ethel  Harraden. 

LOVE 

Set  to  Music  by  Clara  Kathleen  Rogers.  From  Earth's  Immor- 
talities. Two  copies.  Vol.  2  of  her  Brorvning  Songs.  Schmidt. 
Boston,   1900. 

LOVE  ME  FOREVER 

From  Dramatic  Lyrics.  Set  to  Music  by  Emiliano  Renaud.  While- 
Smith  Publishing  Co.,  Boston,  New  York,  Chicago. 

LOVERS  QUARREL.  A 

From  Six  Songs.  Set  to  Music  by  E.  C.  Gregory.  Novello,  Ewer 
&  Co.,  London,  New  York. 

MACKENZIE,  A.  C. 

There's  a  Woman  Like  a  Deivdrop.  From  A  Blot  in  the  'Scutch' 
eon.  London:  Novello  &  Co.,  Ltd.  New  York:  The  H.  W. 
Gray  Co. 

MACLEAN.  ALICK 

Music  for  Hold  Me  With  a  Charm.    Words  by  Robert  Browning. 

MARCHING  ALONG! 

Set  to  Music  by  Gena  Branscombe.  For  medium  voice.  G.  Schir- 
mer.  New  York. 

Set  to  Music  by  C.  Villiers  Stanford.  From  Three  Cavalier  Songs 
for  Baritone  Solo  and  Male  Chorus.  Opus  17.  Two  copies. 
Boosey  fie  Co.,  London. 

MEETING 

Set  to  Music  by  G.  Waring  Stebbins.    G.  Schirmer,   New  York. 

MELON-SELLER,  THE 

Set  to  Music  by  Granville  Bantock.  In  Lyrics  from  Ferishtah's 
Fancies.  Breitkopf  8i  Haertel,  Leipzig,  Brussels,  London,  New 
York. 

MIHRAB  SHAH 

Set  to  Music  by.  Granville  Bantock.  In  Lyrics  iromFerishtah's 
Fancies,  Breitkopf  fii  Hartel,  Leipzig,  Brussels,  London,  New 
York. 

MISCONCEPTIONS 

From  Six  Songs.  Set  to  Music  by  E.  C.  Gregory.  Novello,  Ewer  & 
Co.,  London,  New  York. 


MUSIC 


A.  B.  Musical  Quer\f.    Rolfe.    Poet  Lore  5:1:48. 
Browning  as  a  Musician.    By  E.  A.  Whitehead.    Browning  Notes 
47-53    821.88  Dhn. 

Browning  Stud^  Programme :  A  Group  of  Music  Poems — A  Toc- 
cata of  Caluppi's,  Master  Hugues  of  Saxe-Cotha,  Aht  Vogler.  By 
Charlotte  Porter  and  Helen  A.  Clarke.  Poet  Lore  10:2:288-293. 
London  Browning  Society  Papers  4:381-396,  Appendix  1-16. 
Musical  Instrument,  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning's.  By  Hiram  Cor- 
son.   Poet  Lore  7:5:256-263. 

Musical   Sy^mbolism   in   Browning.    By   Helen   A.    Clarke.    Poet 
Lore  3:5:260-9. 
Browning's  Intuition   in  Regard  to   Music.    By  J.   T.   Nettleship. 


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BROWNINGIANA  263 

London  Browning  Society  Papers  4:381-396. 

•Some  Notes  on  BroDfiiing's  Poem  Referring  lo  Music.    By  Helen 

J.  Ormerod.    London  Browning  Society  Papers  11:160-193. 
MUSIC  AS  WE  ALL  KNOW  IT 

By  Susan   Wood   Burnham.    New   Church  Review    16:224-238: 

April   1909. 
MUSIC  BY  ELIZABETH  BARRETT   BROWNING 

See   Browning   Memorial    for   Boston   Society.     821.88   Bmb. 
MUSIC  FOR  THE  BOAT  SONG  IN  STRAFFORD 

Poet  Lore    1:5:236. 
MUSIC  IN  BROWNING 

Robert  Browning.    Everybody's  Magazine  12:852-854: June  1905. 
MUSIC,  MADNESS  AND  THE  MASTER 

BroTvning's  Saul.    By  Marshall  Louis  Mertens.     821.88  Hsam. 
MUSIC,  NOTES  ON  BROWNINGS  POEMS  REFERRING  TO 

By  Helen  J.  Ormerod.    London  Browning  Society  Papers  9:180- 

195;   Berdoe's  Bron>ning  Studies  237-253     821.88  Vebs. 
MUSIC  POEMS 

Poet  Lore  1:9:430;  2:5:278. 
MUSIC,  POEMS  DEALING  WITH 

Abt,  Vogler,  Charles  Avison,  Balaustion's  Adventure,  Fifine  at  the 

Fair,    The    Crammarian  s    Funeral,    Heretic's    Tragedy,     Master 

Hugues  of  Saxe-Coiha,  Saul,  Serenade  at  a  Villa,  A   Toccata  of 

Caiuppi's,  Up  at  a  Villa — DoT»n  in  the  Cit}f,  Youth  and  Art. 
MUSICAL  INSTRUMENT,  A 

The  Cost  of  a  Poet:  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning's.    By  Hiram 

Corson.    Poet  Lore  7:259-263. 
MUSICAL  LITERATURE.  SOME  RECENT 

Editorial.    Independent  41 :2: 1694- 1 695. 
MUSICAL  POSSIBILI 1  lES  OF  POE'S  POEMS 

By  Charles  Sanford  Skilton.  Literary  Digest  10:400:Feb.  2,  1895. 
MUSICAL  QUERY,  A  BROWNING 

By   W.  J.  R.    Poet  Lore  5:1:48-49. 
MUSICAL  SETT INGS  TO  BROWNINGS  WORDS.  A  LIST  OF 

Poet  Lore   1:9:430-432. 
MUSICAL  SYMBOLISM  IN  BROWNING 

By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  3:3:260-269. 
MUSICIAN,  ROBERT  BROWNING,  THE 

By  A.  Goodrich-Freer.  London  Browning  Society  Papers  Abstract 

5:135-153;  Eclectic  Magazine  138:174;  Littell's  Living  Age  229: 

803-811;  Nineteenth  Century  49:648-658: April  1901. 
MY  STAR 

Set  to  Music  by  Helen  A.  Clarke.    From  Apparitions:  Poet  Lore 

7:349-352. 

Set  to  Music  by  Sidney  Homer.    From  Three  Songs.   High  Voice. 

G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 

Set  to  Music  by  Emiliano  Renaud.    White-Smith  Publishing  Co.. 

New  York. 

Set  to  Music  by  Clara  Kathleen  Rogers.   Browning  Songs:  Second 

Series.    Opus  32  No.  1.    Two  copies.   Arthur  P.  Schmidt,  Boston, 

New  York,  Leipzig. 

All   That  I  Know   of  a  Certain  Star.    Set  to  Music  by  W.  H. 

Neidlinger.    From  Songs  and  Ballads.    G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 
NAY,  BUT  YOU  WHO  DO  NOT  LOVE  HER 

From  Six  Songs.   Set  to  Music  by  E.  C.  Gregory.   Novello,  Ewer 

k  Co.,  London,  New  York. 


264  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

NEIDLINGER.  W.  H. 

Thjf    Face.     From    Tr»o    Songs.     Baritone    or    Mezzo    Soprano. 

Also  M\f  Star,  from  Songs  and  Ballads. 
NETTLESHIP.  J.  T. 

BroJ»ning's  Intuition,  Specially   in  Regard  of  Music  and  Plastic 

Arts.    London  Browning  Society  Papers  4:381-396. 
NEVERMORE  ALONE 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning,    Set  to  Music  by  Henry  K.  Hadley. 

High  Voice.    Two  Copies.    Oliver  Ditson  Company,  Boston. 
NEVIN.  ETHELBERT 

The    Wedding  Morn.    (The    Years  at   the  Spring.)    Song  with 

Piano  Accompaniment.    High  in  G  flat.    Published  by  Anne  Paul 

Nevin,  New  York. 

My  Star:  All  That  I  Know  of  a  Certain  Star.    From  Songs  and 

Ballads.    G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 
O  BELL*  AUDARE 

To  be  found  in  Miss  Hickey 's  Edition  of  Stafford  7     82 1 .88  Hsh. 

Thy  Face.   From  Tt»o  Songs  for  Baritone  or  Mezzo  Soprano.   G. 

Schirmer,  New  York. 

ONE  WAY  OF  LOVE 

Song  with  Cello  Obligate.    Music  by  Helen  A.  Clarke. 

ONE  WAY  OF  LOVING 

From  Six  Songs.  Music  by  E.  C.  Gregory.  Novello,  Ewer  &  Co., 
London,  New  York. 

ONE  WAY  TO  LpVE 

Set  to  Music  by  Clara  Kathleen  Rogers.  Browning  Songs.  Second 
Series.  Opus  32  No.  5.  Two  copies.  Arthur  P.  Schmidt,  Boston, 
Leipzig,  New  York. 

ORMEROD,  HELEN  J. 

Notes  on  Browning's  Poems  Referring  to  Music.  London  Brown- 
ing Society  Papers  9:180-195;  Berdoe's  Browning  Studies  237- 
253. 

OUT  OF  MY  OWN  GREAT  WOE 

Set  to  Music  by  Clara  Kathleen  Rogers.  (From  Heine  by  Eliza- 
beth Barrett  Browning.)  Browning  Songs:  First  Series.  Opus  27 
No.  1.   Two  copies.   A.  P.  Schmidt,  Boston,  New  York,  Leipzig. 

OVER  THE  SEA  OUR  GALLEY  WENT 
Set  to  Music  by  Ethel  Harraden. 

OVERHEAD  THE  TREE  TOPS  MEET 

Set  to  Music  by  Helen  A.  Clarke.    From  Pippa  Passes.    Written 

for  the  Boston  Browning  Society. 
PAGE  SINGS  TO  THE  QUEEN,  THE 

Set  to  Music  by  Georgina  Schuyler.    From  Album  of  Songs.    G. 

Schirmer,  New  York. 

PAN'S  PIPES 

Words  by  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    Music  by  H.  C.  Perrin. 

Published  by   Breitkopf   &   Hartel,   London.    Ballad   for   Chorus 

and  Orchestra. 
PARRY,  C.  H.  H. 

The  Pied  Piper  of  Hamelin.    (Set  to  Music  for  tenor  and  bast 

solo,  chorus  and  orchestra.)    Novello  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  London. 
PERRIN,  H.  C. 

Pans   Pipes.    Ballad    for   Chorus   and   Orchestra.     Breitkopf   & 

Hartel,  London,  Berlin,  Leipzig,  Brussels,  New  York. 


BROWNINGIANA  265 

PIED  PIPER  OF  HAMELIN 

Music   by  Arthur  Bergh.    Recitation  with   Pianoforte.    Opus  23. 

G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 

By  Robert   Browning.    Set  to   Music   for  Tenor  and   Bass  Soli, 

Chorus    and   Orchestra    by    Richard    H.    Matthew.     Two   copies. 

Novello,  Ewer  &  Co.,  London,  New  York. 

Music  by  C.  H.  H.  Parry.    (Set  to  Music  for  Tenor  and  Bass 

Soli,  Chorus  and  Orchestra.)    Novello  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  London. 

R.  H.  Walthew.    (Set  to  Music  for  Tenor  and  Bass  Soli,  Chorus 

and  Orchestra.)    Two  copies.    Novello,  Ewer  &  Co.,  New  York, 

London. 

PILLAR  AT  SEBZEVAH,  A 

Set  to  Music  by  Granville  Bantock.  In  Lyrics  from  Ferishiah's 
Fancies.  Breitkopf  &  Hartel,  Leipzig,  Brussels,  London,  New 
York. 

PIPPA  PASSES 

Set  to  Music  by  Georgina  Schuyler.  The  Page  Sings  to  the  Queen. 
Begins — Give  her  but  a  least  excuse  to  love  me.  Schirmer,  New 
York,  1882. 

PIPPA'S  SONG 

Set  to  Music  by  Mrs.  John  Galsworthy.  From  Tn>o  Songs.  Lon- 
don:  Weekes  &  Co. 

PLOT-CULTURE 

Set  to  Music  by  Granville  Bantock.  In  Lyrics  from  Ferishtah's 
Fancies.  Breitkopf  &  Hartel,  Leipzig,  Brussels,  London,  New 
York. 

POET  LORE 

Pippa's  Song  in  Broi»ning.    In  Life  and  Letters. 

PROSPICE 

Set  to  Music  by  Sidney  Homer.   From  Three  Songs.   High  Voice. 

G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 

Set  to  Music  by  C.  V.  Stanford.    Augener  &  Co.,  London. 
RAYMOND,  RALPH 

Music  for  A  Last  Word.    Words  by  Robert  Browning. 
REINAGLE,  CAROLINE 

Set  to  Music.    Tr»o  in  the  Campagna.    Same  as  I  ivould  that  \fou 

ia>ere  all  to  me.   Augener,  London,  188-. 
RENAUD,  EMILIANO 

Four  Songs  (Separate  Sheets)  from  Pippa  Passes:  (1)  All's  Right 

With    the    World;    (2)    You'll    Love    Me    Yet    (from    Dramatic 

Lyrics);    (3)    My    Star;    (4)    Love   Me   Forever.     White-Smith 

Publishing  Co.,  Boston,  New  York,  Chicago. 
ROBYN,  ALFRED  G. 

Good  to  Forgive.    Mezzo  Soprano  or  Baritone.    G.  Schirmer,  New 

York. 

ROGERS.  CLARA  KATHLEEN 

Browning  Songs.  First  Series.  Opus  27.  (Words  by  Robert  and 
Elizabeth  Browning.  (I)  Out  of  Mp  On>n  Great  Woe;  (2) 
Summum  Bonum;  (3)  Apparitions;  (4)  Ah,  Love  But  a  Day; 
(5)  /  Have  a  More  Than  Friend;  (6)  The  Year's  at  the  Spring. 
Two  copies.  Arthur  P.  Schmidt  Co.,  Boston,  Leipzig,  New  York. 
Browning  Songs.  Second  Series.  Opus  32.  (Words  by  Robert 
Browning.)  {])M\fStar;  (2)  Appearances;  (3)  A  Woman's  Last 
Word;    (4)   Good  to  Forgive    (from  Pisgah's  Sights);    (5)   One 


266  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

lVa}f  of  Love;  (6)  Love.    Two  copies.   Arthur  P,  Schmidt  Co., 

Boston,  Leipzig,  New  York. 

Set  to  Music.   And 'So  You  Found  That  Poor  Room  Dull  From 

Appearances.   Schmidt,  Boston,  1900. 

Set  to  Music.   Earth's  Immortalities.    Under  title  Love;  begins,  So, 

the  gear's  done  with.    Vol.  II  of  her  Browning  Songs.    Schmidt, 

Boston,  1900. 
ROGERS,  JAMES  H. 

Boot    and    Saddle.     Cavalier    Song,    with    piano    accompaniment. 

(High  in  G  Minor.)    G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 
ROSE  ONCE  GREW,  A 

Marie  von   Hammer    (Mary  Sears).    From  5evcn   Songs.    High 

Voice.    Two  copies.    Oliver  Ditson,  Boston. 
ROUND  US  THE  WILD  CREATURES 

Set  to  Music  by  Marshall  Kernochan.    From  Two  Songs.    Medium 

Voice.   1  wo  copies.   G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 
SCHUYLER,  GEORGINA 

Set  to  Music.    Give  Her  But  a  Least  Excuse  to  Love  Me.    From 

The  Page  Sings  to  the  Queen.    From  Pippa  Passes.    G.  Schirmer, 

New  York,  1882. 

Crow   Old  Along   With  Me.    From  Songs  From  American  and 

English  Poets.    No.  5.    Mezzo  Soprano.    G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 

In  a  Gondola.    Crow  Old  Along   With  A/e,  The  Page  Sings  to 

the  Queen,  This  Is  a  Spra}f  the  Bird  Clung  to.    From  Album  of 

Songs.   G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 
SERENADE  AT  THE  VILLA,  A 

Set  to  Music  by  Marshall  Kernochan.    Published  by  G.  Schirmer, 

New  York.  ^^i 

SERENADE:  I  SEND  MY  HEART  UP  TO  THEE  ■! 

Music  by  Gena  Branscombe.    Mezzo  Soprano.    A.   P.  Schmidt, 

Boston,  Leipzig,  New  York. 
SHAH  ABBAS 

Set  to  Music  by  Granville  Bantock.    In  Lyrics  from  FerishtaKs 

Fancies.     Breitkopf    &   Hartel,   Leipzig,    Brussels,   London,    New 

York. 
SONG  FROM  BROWNING'S  PARACELSUS 

See  Browning  Memorial  for  Boston  Society.     821.88  Bmb. 
SONG  FROM  BROWNING'S  PIPPA  PASSES 

See  Browning  Memorial   for  Boston  Society   17     821.88  Bmb. 
SOUL'S  EXPRESSION,  THE 

Four  Sonnets  by  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    Set  to  Music  by  S. 

Coleridge-Taylor.    The  Soul's  Expression,  Tears,  Crief,  Comfort. 

Novello  &  Co.,  London. 
STANFORD,  C.  VILLIERS 

Prospice.    Augener   &  Co.,  London. 

Three  Cavalier  Songs  for  Baritone  Solo  and  Male  Chorus:    (1) 

Marching  Along;  (2)  King  Charles;  (3)  Boot,  Saddle,  to  Horse 

and  A  wa^.   Opus  1 7.   Two  copies.    Boosey  &  Co.,  London. 
STEBBINS,  G.  WARING 

Meeting.    G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 
SUCH  A  STARVED  BANK  OF  MOSS 

From  Apparitions.  Set  to  Music  by  Helen  A.  Clarke. 

SUM,  THE 

Set  to  Music  by  Granville  Bantock.  In  Lyric  from  Ferishtah'$ 
Fancies.  Breitkopf  &  Hartel,  Leipzig,  Brussels,  London,  New 
York. 


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BROWNINGIANA  267 

SUMMUM  BONUM 

Set  to  Music  by  Clara  Kathleen  Rogers.    Brovtning  Songs:  First 

Series,   Opus   27   No.   2.    A.   P.   Schmidt,    Boston,   New  York, 

Leipzig.    Two  copies. 
TAUSSIG-HARRADEN 

/  Co  to  Prove  Mj?  Soul.    No.  6004,  Key  of  F.    From  Selected 

Oclavo  Puhlications.    Thiebus-Stievlin  Music  Co.,  St.  Louis. 
TEARS 

By  Elizabeth   Barrett  Browning.    Set  to  Music  by  S.  Coleridge^ 

Taylor.    From  The  Soul's  Expression.    Novello  &  Co.,  London. 
THERE'S  A  WOMAN  LIKE  A  DEW-DROP 

Serenade.    Set  to  Music  by  Arthur  Chanter.    Allan  &  Co.,  Ltd., 

Melbourne. 

Set  to  Music  by  Reginald  De  Koven.    Sop.  or  Tenor  in  C.  G. 

Schirmer,  New  York. 

Set  to  Music  by  A.  C.  Mackenzie.    Novello  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  London; 

The  H.  W.  Gray  Co..  New  York. 
THERE'S  HEAVEN  ABOVE 

From  Johannes  Agricola  in  Meditation.    Set  to  Music  by  Sidney 

Homer.   G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 
THIS  IS  A  SPRAY  THE  BIRD  CLUNG  TO 

Set  to  Music  by  Georgina  Schuyler.    From  Album  of  Songs.    G. 

Schirmer,  New  York. 
THY  FACE 

Music  by  C.  Whitney  Coombs.    G.  Schirmer,  New  York.    Two 

copies. 

Set  to  Music  by  W.  H.  Neidlinger.   From  Two  Songs,  for  Baritone 

or  Mezzo  Soprano.    G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 
TOCCATA 

Music  by  J.  Winchell  Forbes. 
TO  HORSE 

Set  to  Music  by  Gustav  Kobbe.   C.  H.  Ditson  &  Co.,  New  York. 
TWO  CAMELS 

Set  to   Music  by  Granville  Bantock.    In   Lyric   from  Ferishtah's 

Fancies.     Breitkopf   &    Hartel,    Leipzig,    Brussels,    London,    New 

York. 
TWO  IN  THE  CAMPAGNA 

Same  as  /  Would  That  You  Were  All  to  Me.    Set  to  Music  by 

Caroline  Reinagle.   Augener,  London. 

VON  HAMMER.  MARIE  (Mary  Sears) 

A    Rose    Once    Crer».    From   iSevcn    Songs.    High   Voice   in   D. 

Oliver  Ditson,  Boston. 

//  /  Were  Thou.    Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    From  Five  Songs. 

High  Voice.    Two  copies.    Oliver  Ditson  Co..  Boston. 
WALTHEW.  RICHARD  H. 

The  Pied  Piper  of  Hamelin.    Set  to  Music  for  Tenor  and  Bass, 

Soli,  Chorus  and  Orchestra.    Two  copies.    Novello,  Ewer  &  Co., 

New  York,  London. 

WEDDING  MORN,  THE 

The  Year's  at  the  Spring.  Song  with  Piano  Accompaniment.  Set 
to  Music  by  Ethelbert  Nevin.  High  in  G  flat.  Published  by  Ann* 
Paul  Nevin.  G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 

WHITE.  MAUD  VALERIE 

King  Charles.  Cavalier  Song.  No.  2  in  G.  Boosey  8c  Co.,  London, 
New  York.    Two  copies. 


268  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

WHITEHEAD.  E.  A. 

Browning  as  a  Musician.    Browning  Notes  47-53     821.88  Dhn. 

WILT  THOU  CHANGE  TOO? 

From  James  Lee's   Wife.    Set  to  Music  by  Ethel  Harraden.    C. 
Jefferys,  67  Burners  Street,  London. 

WOMAN'S  LAST  WORD,  A 

Set  to  Music  by  Sidney  Homer.    Published  by  G.  Schirmer,  New 

York. 

Set  to  Music  by  Clara  Kathleen  Rogers.    Browning  Songs.   Second 

Series.   Opus  32  No.  3.   Two  copies.   Arthur  P.  Schmidt,  Boston, 

Leipzig,  New  York. 
YEAR'S  AT  THE  SPRING,  THE 

Set  to  Music  by  Mrs.  H.  H.  A.  Beach.    No.  1  in  A  flat.    Boosey 

&  Co.,  London. 

Set  to  Music  by  Margaret  A.  Halley.    Patterson  &  Sons. 

Set  to  Music  by  Cecile  S.  Hartog.    No.  2  in  A  flat.    Boosey  & 

Co.,  London. 

Set  to  Music  by  Cecile  S.  Hartog.    From  English  Songs,  Second 

Series.    High  G.    Oliver  Ditson  Co.,  Boston. 

(The  Wedding  Morn.)    Set  to  Music  by  Ethelbert  Nevin.    Song 

with  Piano  Accompaniment  High  in  G  flat.    Published  by  Anne 

Paul  Nevin.    For  sale  by  G.  Schirmer,  New  York. 

Set  to  Music  by  Clara  Kathleen  Rogers.    Browning  Songs:  First 

Series.   Opus  27  No.  6.    Two  copies.    Arthur  P.  Schmidt,  Boston, 

New  York,  Leipzig. 

YOU'LL  LOVE  ME  YET! 

From  Pippa  Passes.    Set  to  Music  by  Henry  K.  Hadley.    From 
Five  Songs,  Opus  20  No.   1.    Oliver  Ditson  Co.,  Boston. 
From  Pippa  Passes.    Set  to  Music  by  Emiliano  Renaud.    From 
Four  Songs.    White-Smith    Music    Publishing   Co.,    Boston,   New 
York,  Chicago. 


MUSING  WITHOUT  METHOD 

Blackwood's    Magazine    189:2:572-575: April    1911;     191:1:122: 
Jan.  1912;    191  :2:883:Jan.  1912. 

M.  W.  P. 

From  Ghent  to  Aix.   Current  Opinion  34:200:Feb.  1903. 

MY  LAST  DUCHESS 
See  Duchess. 

MY  STAR 

See  Music. 

(A  Song.)    Poet  Lore  1:7:349-52. 

MYERS,  FREDERIC  W.  H. 

Modern  Poets  and  the  Meaning  of  Life.    Eclectic  Magazine  120: 

365  377:March  1893. 
MYERS.  FREDERIC  W.  H..  MRS. 

Portrait  and  Comment.    Bookman  3:391 -92: July   1896. 
MYSTIC,  ROBERT  BROWNING  AS  A 

By  Geraldine  E.  Hodgson.   The  Seeker  8:32:251 -279  :Feb.  1913. 

Magazine  Articles  10. 


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NAISH,  ETHEL  M. 

Broroning  and  Dogma.    Seven   Lectures   on   Browning's   Altitude 

Towards  Dogmalic  Religion.    George  Bell  &  Sons,  London,  1906. 

821.88  Rnd. 
NAPOLEON    III,    MODERN    IMPERIALISM    AS    SHOWN    IN 

BROWNINGS  PORTRAIT  OF 

By  Charlotte  Porter.    Poet  Lore  12:1  :80-95. 
NARRATIVE  VERSE,  BROWNING'S 

By  Clark  S.  Northup.    Dial  43:367:Dec.   1,   1907. 
NASSAU  LITERARY  MAGAZINE 

Book   Reviews:    Review   of   Asolando.     Fancies    and  Facts.     By 

Robert  Browning.    Princeton  College  45:7:496: Feb.   1890. 

Robert  BroJ»ning's  Personalia — Gosse.    Reviewed.    46:2: 133: June 

1890. 

Poem  to  Robert  Broi»ning.   45:7:469:Feb.  1890. 

NATION 

Advertisement.    By  Meffins  &  Co.    64:444: June   1897. 

Advertisements  of  Broivning's   Wor^.    36:306:April  5,   1883. 

Balaustions   Adventure.     (Reviewed.)     13:324:178-179:Sept.    14, 

1871. 

Books  in  Brief.   108:260-261  :Feb.  1919;  108:700-701  :May  1919; 

109:49-50:  July     1919;      109:94:July     1919;      109: 154- 155:  Aug. 

1919. 

Books   of   the    Week.     36:433:May    17,    1883;    39:552:Dec.   25, 

1884;  43:423:Nov.  18,  1886;  44:106:Feb.  3,  1887;  44:350-351: 

April  21,  1887;  44:434-435: May  19,  1887;  44:497 :June  9,  1887; 

45:60:JuIy   21,    1887;    45:403:Nov.    17,    1887;    46:373 :May   3, 

1888;    46:475:June   7,   1888;   47:19:July   5,   1888;   47:10O:Aug. 

2,  1888;  47:237:Sept.  20.   1888;   47:507:Dec.  20.   1888;   48:60: 

Jan.   17.  1889;  48:147:Feb.   14.   1889;   48:253:March  21,   1889; 

48:312:April    11,    1889;    48:474: June   6.    1889;    49:60: July    18. 

1889;   by  Hiram  Corson,  50:40:Jan.  9,   1890;   50:304:April   10. 

1890;  55:419:Dec.  1.  1892;  59:348:Nov.  8,  1894;  59:415:Nov. 

29,  1894. 

Boston  BroVfning  Societ}^  Papers.    65:402-3:Nov.   1897. 

BroTvning  and  Slang.    By  Warwick  James  Price.     100: 142: Feb. 

1915. 

Mrs.  E.  B.  BroTvning.    By  E.  S.    48: 7-8: Jan.  3,  1889. 

Mrs.  Browning's  LeHera.    24:105-6:Feb.    1877;    66:1 12-n3:Fcb. 

1898. 

Robert   Browning.     49:492-494:Dec.    19.     1889;     77:39-40: July 

1903;  80:531  :June  1905;  83:43:July  1906. 

Browning  as  a  Philosophical  and  Religious   Teacher.    By  Henry 

Jones.    53:92: July  30,   1891. 

Robert  Browning:  Essays  and  Thoughts.    By  John  T.  Nettleship. 

50:361  :May  1,   1890. 

Browning's  Inn  Album.  By  Henry  Jame'    22:49-50: Jan.  20.  1876. 

Brownings  Life  and  Letters.    Mrs.  Sut'«erland  Orr.    52:500-502: 

June  18.  1891  ;  52:520-21  :June  25.  IP'^l. 

Browning's  Messages  to  His  Time:  H^  Religion,  Philosophy^  and 

Science,   By  Edward  Berdoe.    50:4?^: May  22,  1890. 


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Browning' i  Nefilect  of  English  Scen''^.    76:92: Jan.  1903. 

Brownings  Old  Yellow  Book.   85 :2O9-300 :Oci.  3.  1907. 

Browning's  Popularity  (Based  on  £a-  'p  Literary^  Career  of  Robert 

Browning.  By  Thomas  R.  Lounsbury.  93 :494-495  :Nov.  23.  1911. 

Brownings  Strafford.   87:210:Sept.  1908. 

Centenary  History  of  the  South  Place  Society.    59:203-204:Sept. 

13,  1894 

Coventry)  Patmore.    80:399:  May   1905. 

Dates  of  the  Ring  and  the  Book.    By  Harry  T.  Baker.   90:33-34: 

Jan.  13.  1910. 

An  Eye  Witness  of  the  French.    43:36: July  8.  1886. 

Feminine  Poetry.   22: 132- 134: July  24,  1876. 

Hair  in  Browning's  Poetry.    By  Harry  T.  Baker.    93:263:Sept. 

21.  1911. 

Hawthorne's  Villa  at  Florence.    By  Chas.  E.  Wheeler.    50:486- 

487:  June  19.  1890. 

Lawton's  Versions  of  Euripides.    50:437-438:May  29,   1890. 

Literature.    By  J.  W.  Ley.    109:522:Oct.  1919. 

Modern  Language  Association.   By  Prof.  J.  W.  Cunliff.  86:7 :Jan. 

1908. 

Modern  Poets  and  Christian   Teaching.    84: 268-69:  March   1907. 

News  for  Bibliophiles.   84:61  :Ian.  1907;  85: 460-490: Nov.  1907; 

86:327-328: April  1908;  96:386:April  1913. 

Notes.    25:212-15:Oct.  1877;   33: 196-98: Sept.  1881;   33:413-16: 

Nov.  1881;  34:251-54:March  1882;  34:356-59: April  1882;  35: 

356-59:Oct.  1882;  36:295:April  5,  1883;  42:12-14:Jan.  7,  1886; 

42:426-429:May  20.  1880;   42:487-490: June  10.  1886;  43:96- 

lOhJuly  29.  1886;  43:455-458:Dec.  2,  1886;  44:34-37:|an.  13. 

1887;   44:53-57: Ian.  20.   1887;   45:172-174:Sepl.   1,    1887;    46: 

365-8:May  3,    1888;    46:507-509: June   21,    1888;    47:9-12:July 

5,  1888;  47:376-379:Nov.  8,  1888;  48:284-7: April  4.  1889;  48: 

469-71  :June   6,    1889;    49:1 10-1 12:Aug.   8.    1889;    49:499-502: 

Dec.  19,  1889;  50:202-204:March  6,  1890;  50:392-395:May  15. 

1890;    54:149:Feb.   25,    1892;    55: 126- 128: Aug.    18.    1892;    55: 

494:Dec.  29.  1892;   56:160-161  :March  2,   1893;  61:312-14:Oct. 

1895;    63:310-1  l:Oct.    1896;    65:476-79:Dec.    1897;    69:351-55: 

Nov.    1899;    79:75:July    1904;    79:356:Nov.    1904;    85:492-95: 

Nov.  1907;  89:183:Aug.  1909;  90:515:May  1910;  95:195:Aug. 

1912;95:363:Oct.  1912. 

The  Plight  of  the  Poet.    92: 362-363: April   1911. 

The  Pope  of  The  Ring  and  the  Book.   64:377:May  1897. 

Recent  American  Poetry.    34:150:Feb.   1882. 

Recent  British  Poetry.  65:459-461  :Dec.  1897;  66:208-21 1  :March 

1898. 

Recent  Compilation  of  Poetry.    69:433:Dec.   1899. 

Recent  English  Poetry}.    48: 389-90: May  9,    1889. 

Recent  Poetry.    32:98-99:Feb.    10,    1881;    36:470-472:May   31, 

1883;  37:336-338:Ocl.  18,  1883;  38:549-551  : June  26,  1884;  39: 

527-529:Dec.  18,  1884;  40: 503 -505: June  18,  1885;  41:539-541: 

Dec.  24  ,1885;    42:449-451  :May  27,   1886;   44:298-99: April  7. 

1887;  51:422-424: Nov.  27,  1890;  58:432-434: June  7,  1894;   79: 

120:Aug.  1904;  81:506-508:Dec.  1905;   135:469-71  :Nov.  1882. 

Recent  Verse.   84:200:Feb.  1907. 

Recent  Volumes  of  Verse.    100: 706: June   1915. 

Recollections  of  Robert  Browning.    By  Moncure  D.  Conway.    50: 

27-29:Jan.  9.  1890.  .     *        ,  , 


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Red  Cotton  Night  Cap  Country^.    By  J.  R.  Dennett.    17:116-118: 

1873. 

Review  of  Balaustions  Adventure.    1 3:324- 178-1 79 :Sept.  14.  1871 

821.88  Xmal. 

Sotheby's    Catalogue   of    Their  Sale   of  Broi»ning*a   hfanuscripli^ 

Letters  and  Books.  92:386:Apnl  17.  1911. 

SullV'Prudhomme  and  Poetry  of  Reflection.    85:31 9-323  :Oct.  10. 

1907. 

Two  Farewell  Volumes  of  Song.   50:436-437  :May  29,  1890. 

An  Unpublished  Browning  Letter.   90: 159: Feb.  17,  1910. 

^ee^.    94:99:Feb.   1912;   95:25:Iuly   1912;  95:43:July  1912. 
NATIONAL  BIOGRAPHY,  DICTIONARY  OF 

Review.    Independent  54:226-227:1902. 
NATIONAL  HOME  READING  UNION 

See  G.  D.  Boyle     821.88  Dlb. 

Pamphlets  1-9.   Browning:  The  Ring  and  the  Boolg.  Surrey  House. 

Victoria  Embankment,  London,  W.  C.     821.88. 
NATIONAL  PORTRAIT  GALLERY,  HISTORY  AND  THE 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  184:2 18-36: July  1896. 
NATIONAL  REVIEW 

Matthew  Arnold.    By  Leslie  Stephen.    Littell's  Living  Age  200: 

90-103. 

Robert  Browning.    By  H.  D.  Traill.    Littell's  Living  Age   184: 

297-300.  ^ 

Browning's   Casuistry.    By  Leslie   Stephen.    Littell's   Living  Age 

236:257-271. 

Lord   Randolph    Churchill.     By   Sir    Herbert    Maxwell.    Littell's 

Living  Age  205 :28-37. 

Wordsworth,   Tennyson  and  Browning.    New   Eclectic  Magazine 

l:3:273-284:March   1865;    1  :4:41 5-427:  April    1865. 

The  Poetical  Works  of  Robert  Browning.    417-446:Oct.   1863. 

Wordsworth's    Youth.     By   Leslie   Stephen.    Littell's   Living   Age 

212:859-870. 
NATURE 

Browning  as  a  Scientific  Poet.    By  Edward  Berdoe.    32:36:May 

14,  1885. 
NATURE  AND  ELEMENTS  OF  POETRY,  THE 

By  Edmund  Clarence  Stedman.    Century  44:61 3-622: Aug.  1892; 

44:143-152:Mav  1892:  44:859-869:Oct.  1892. 
NATURE.  BROWNING'S,  TREATMENT  OF 

See   Stopford  Augustine  Brooke.    Critic   40:308-31 4: April   1902; 

40:403-408:May    1902;    40:533-536: June    1902;    41 :69.74:July 

1902. 
NATURE  ELEMENT  IN  BROWNING'S  POETRY.  THE 

By   Emma   Endicott   Marean.    Boston   Browning   Society    Papers 

471-482    821.88  Vbp. 
NATURE  IN  MODERN  POETRY 

Outlook.    Littell's  Living  Ape  256:755-758. 
NATURE  OF  POETIC  EXPRESSIONS.  THE 

By  D.  Dorchester,  Ir.    Poet  Lore  5:2:81-90. 
NATURE,  RELATION  OF  NATURE  TO  MAN  IN  BROWNING 

By  G.  H.  Williams.    Poet  Lore  4:5:238-243. 
NAVARRO 

See  Mary  Anderson. 
NAY.^BUT  YOU  WHO  DO  NOT  LOVE  HER 
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NECESSARY  CONDITIONS  OF  GREAT  POETRY 

By  W.  H.  Mallack.    Literary  Digest  21 : 248-249 : Sept.  1,  1900. 
NEED  OF  MORE  LYING  AWAKE  O'  NIGHTS 

Editorial.    Century  83:949-951: April   1912. 
NEED  OF  POETS.  THE 

By  Editor.  Outlook  86:54:May  11.  1907. 
NEILSON.  WILLIAM  ALLAN 

Two    Books    Ahoui    Poetry.     Atlantic    Monthly    89:419-23 :Jan 

1902. 
NENCIONI 

Saggi  Critici  di  Literature  Inglese.     820.4  N4378i. 
NESMITH,  H.  E.,  JR. 

Browning's  Science.    Poet  Lore  2:5:287. 
NETTLESHIP.  JOHN  T. 

Browning  as  Others  See  Him.   Poet  Lore  8:7:265-7. 

Essays  and  Thoughts.    Charles  Scribner's  Sons,  New  York.  1909. 

Two  copies     821.88  Dnet. 

Same.  Nation  50:361  :May  1,  1890. 

Essays  and  Gossip.   Athenaeum  3256:373-374 :March  22,  1890. 

Browning's  Intuition.   Specially  in  regard  of  Music  and  the  Plastic 

Arts.    Browmng  Society  Papers  4:381-396     821.88  Dbs. 

Classification    of   Browning's   Poems.     London    Browning    Society 

Papers  2:231-234     821.88  Dbs. 

Ohituar}).     Robert    Browning.     Academy    920: 405-406: Dec.    21, 

1889    821.88  Xman. 

On  Browning's  Fifine  at  the  Fair.    Browning  Society  Papers  2: 

199-230    821.88  Dbs.  ^ 

On   the  Development  of  Browning's  Genius  in   His   Capacity  as      | 

Poet  or  Maker.    Browning  Society  Papers  8:55-77     821.88  Dbs. 
NEVERMORE  ALONE 

See  Music. 
NEVIN.  ETHELBERT 

See  Music. 
NEW  APPRAISALS  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

Current  Literature  52:701 -703: June  1912. 
NEW  BOOK  ON  MATTHEW  ARNOLD.  A 

By  W.  P.  Trent.    Forum  34:31 3  :Oct.  1902. 
NEW  BOOKS,  BRIEFS  ON 

By  J.  K.  Chesterton.    Dial  35:223:Oct.   1,   1903. 

By  Mrs.  Martha  Dunn.    Dial  39:242:Oct.  16.   1905. 

By  Laurie  Magnus.    Dial  48: 152-3:  March  1,  1910. 

By  Prof.  E.  Princeton.    Dial  23:74:Aug.  1,  1897. 

By  George  Saintbury.    Dial  18:181-2:March  16,   1895. 
NEW  BOOKS  OF  THE  SEASON 

By  P.    Poet  Lore  6:12:642,  9:4:621-626. 
NEW  BROWNING,  A 

By  Harry  Christopher  Minchin  and  W.  Hall  Griffin.    Bookman 

33:3-4:March   1911. 
NEW  BROWNING  LETTERS  AND  MRS.  ORR'S  LIFE 

By  W.  G.  K.    Poet  Lore  3:10:522-528. 
NEW  CHURCH  REVIEW 

Robert  Browning.    By  C.  H.  Herford.    12:637-638:Oct.   1905. 

Current  Literature.    By  Mr.  Speirs.    8:302-320: April   1901. 

Editorial  Department.    By  H.  C.   H.    8: 270-273: April    1901. 

Hawthorne  and  His  Circle.    By  Wm.  H.  Mayhew.    11:385-392: 

July  1904. 


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Higher  Uses  of  the  Imagination.   By  John  T.  Prince.    12:376-385: 

July  1905. 

The  Human  Form.    By  William  Smith.    10:342-364  :July  1903. 

Immortality.    By  H.  Clinton  Hay.    15:576-586:Ocl.  1908. 

The  Integrity  of  the  Home.    By  Susan  Wood  Burnham.    16:414- 

423:  July  1909. 

Lecture  on  the  Incarnation.    By  Rev.  J.  T.  Freeth.    14:471-472: 

July  1907. 

Livr'ng.   By  Charles  W.  Harvey.    16:75-86: Jan.  1909. 

Music  as  We  All  Know  It.    By  Susan  Wood  Burnham.    16:224- 

238:  April  1909. 

New  Life  of  Swedenborg.    By  George   Trobridge.     14:312-313: 

April  1907. 

Pleasure.    By  Clyde  W.  Broomell.    16:575-585 :Oct.  1909. 

Poetry  of  Courtship  and  Marriage.    By  Arthur  Mercer.    15:392- 

404:  July  1908. 

Psychical  Research  and  a  Knowledge  of  the  Future  Life.   By  W. 

H.  M.  7:598-6G3:Oct.  1900. 

Study   of  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    By   Lilian   Whiting.     7: 

31 7-319  :April  1900. 

The  Universality  of  Law.    By  Louis  G.  Hoeck.    12:507-520:Oct. 

1905. 

The  Work  of  the  Ministry.    By  Julian  K.  Smyth.    11:517-530: 

Oct.  1904. 
NEW  CRITICISM  OF  POETRY.  A 

Contemporary  Review  72:390-399:Sept.  1897;  Littell's  Living  Age 

215:520-527. 
NEW  CRITICISM,  THE 

By  Helen  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  2:11:598-601. 

By   Urbanus   Sylvan.     Cornhill    Magazine.     Littell's    Living    Age 

224:432-438. 
NEW  DEMOCRATIC  VENTURE,  A 

Editorial.    Dial  43:237-39  :Oct.   16,  1907. 
NEW  DRAMA,  THE 

23:2:145-157. 
NEW  ECLECTIC  MAGAZINE,  THE 

Magazine    Articles:    Elizabeth    Barrett    Browning — Hearth    and 

Home,  by  Octavia  Walton  Le  Vert,  4:2:221 -224 :Feb.  1869;   The 

Ring  and  the  Bool^,  by  R.  Browning  (review),  4:2:234-236: Feb. 

1869,  4:5:619-625:May  1869;  Brownings  Poems,  by  Wm.  Hand 

Browne  (review).  5:6:71 1-725 :Dec.  1869     821.88  Xmme. 

Wordsworth,  Tennyson  and  Browning.    National  Review  1:3:273, 

284:March  1865;    1  :4:4 15-427:  April   1865. 
NEW  EDITIONS 

By  C.    Poet  Lore  8:8:611-617. 
NEW  EDITIONS  OF  TENNYSON  AND  BROWNING 

By  Edmund  Gosse.    Sketch  8:101  :437:Jan.  2,  1895. 
NEW  ENGLAND  MAGAZINE 

Browning  in  America.   By  Heloise  Edwina  Hersey.    542-545: Jan. 

1890     821.88  Xman. 

Browning's    Obscurity.     By    Robert    Niven.     577-581  :Jan.    1890 

821.88  Xman. 
NEW  ENGLAND  POET  OF  THE  COMMON  LIFE.  A 

By  S.  Walter  Foss.    Arena  38:159-161  : Aug.  1908. 
NEW  ENGLANDER 

James  Russell  Lowell  and  Robert  Browning.     1 10: 125-1 36:Jan. 

1870. 


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NEW  ERA  IN  LETTERS.  THE 

By  Arthur  Waugh.   Eclectic  Magazine  121 :  168- 172: Aug.  1893. 
NEW  ESTIMATE  OF  BROWNING,  A 

World's  Work  6:4036:May  1903. 
NEW  FICTION.  THE 

By  Henry  Mills  Alden.    Literary  Digest  37:321  :Sept.  5,   1908. 
NEW  GOLDEN  TREASURY 

By  Hamilton  W.  Mabie.    Bookman  6:470-71 : Jan.  1898. 
NEW  IDEAS  IN  TEACHING 

By   Katherine  Lee   Bates.    Poet   Lore  8:8:563-570. 
NEW  IDEAS  IN  TEACHING  LITERATURE 

By  Editors  and  O.  Triggs.   Poet  Lore  8:7:432-454. 
NEW  LAOKOON— AN  ESSAY  ON  CONFUSION  OF  THE  ARTS 

By  Irving  Babbitt.    Contemporary  Review  99:16-18:Literary  Sup- 
plement No.  41. 
NEW  LEAVES 

BroUfning  and  Henry  James.    By  Filson  Young.    165-171     824.91 

Y71n. 
NEW  LETTERS  BY  ROBERT  BROWNING 

By  Frederic  G.  Kenyon.    Dial  40:395: June  16,  1906. 
NEW  LETTERS,  FITZGERALD'S 

Editorial.    Independent  54:753:1902. 
NEW  LIFE  OF  SWEDENBORG 

By   George   Trobridge.    New   Church   Review    14:31 2-31 3: April 

1907. 
NEW  LIGHT  ON  CARLYLE 

By  William  Lyon  Phelps.    Forum  41:594:June  1909. 
NEW  LIGHTS  ON  BROWNING 

By  Ferris  Greenslet.   Atlantic  92:418-423.' 
NEWMAN,  CARDINAL 

By  Wilfrid  Ward.    Edinburgh  Review  21 5:263-290: April   1912. 
NEW  POEM  BY  BROWNING 

By  William  Hayes  Ward.    Independent  76:21 2  :Oct.  1915. 
NEW  POEMS 

By  Robert  Browning  and  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    Edited  by 

Sir  Frederic  G.  Kenyon,  K.  C.  B.,  D.  Litt.    With  Two  Portraits. 

London:    Smith.   Elder  &  Co.,    15   Waterloo   Place,    1914    (First 

edition)     821.88  Gnk. 

Edited  by  F.  G.  Kenyon.    Littell's  Living  Age  285:190.    Booki 

and  Authors. 
NEW  POET  AND  PSYCHOLOGIST,  A 

Contemporary   Review    104:750-751 : Nov.    1913:Literary   Supple- 
ment. 
NEW  POETIC  FORM  AS  SHOWN  IN  BROWNING,  THE 

By  Daniel  G.  Brlnton.    Poet  Lore  2:5:234-246. 
NEW  POETS  JUDGED  BY  OLD  STANDARDS 

By  Clara   F.   Mclntyre.    Poet   Lore  28:4:445-55. 
NEW  POETS,  THE 

By  Arthur  C.  Benson.    Century  89: 705 -708: March  1915. 
NEW  QUARTERLY  REVIEW 

Thomas   Love   Peacock,   ^    Personal   Reminiscence.    By    Robert 

Buchanan.    Littell's  Living  Age    126:157-165. 
NEW  REPUBLIC 

Books  and  Things.    By  Clarence  Day,  Jr.    17:284:Jan.  4,  1919. 

Same.  By  Francis  Hackett.    10:299: April  7,   1917. 

Same.  By   Philip  Littell,    2:330:May    1.    1915;    13:24:Nov.   3, 


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1917;   13:254:Dec.  29.  1917. 

Commonplaces  on  Poetry.    By   George  Saule.    6:67-69:Feb.    19, 

1917. 

John  Davidson:   The  Poet  of  Armageddon.    By  P.  Colum.     13: 

310-312:Jan.  12,  1918. 

A  Fen,  Parodists.    By  Q.  K.    10: 128:31 7-318:April  14,   1917. 

Genteel  American  Poetry.    By  George  Santayana.    3:94-95:May 

29.  1915. 

The  Immortal  Residue.    By  Francis  Hackett.    5:31 2-31 3: Jan.  22, 

1916. 

Literature  for  Beginners.    By  James  Weber  Linn.    12:14-16:Aug. 

4,  1917. 

Optimism   of   Robert   Browning.    By    P.    Littell.    2:330:May    1, 

1915. 

Poetr\f  and  the  Child.    By   Louise   Collier  Wilcox.    9:338-339: 

July  21,    1917. 

What  Is  Poetry^?    By  Maxwell  Bodenheim.    12:21  l-212:Dec.  22, 

1917. 
NEW  REVIEW 

In  the  Asolan  Country. 

By  Eugene  Benson.   Littell's  Living  Age  211:115-121. 

Talks  Jfiith   Tennyson.    By  Wilfrid  Ward.    Littell's  Living  Age 

210:323-335. 

Robert   Browning,  In   Memoriam.     By   Edmund   Gosse.    Littell't 

Living  Age  184:372-375. 

Tennyson,  1.    By  Edmund  Gosse.    Littell's  Living  Age   195:707- 

713. 

Tennyson,  2.    By  Herbert   Paul.    LittelKs  Living  Age    195:713- 

718. 
NEW  STUDY  OF  TENNYSON.  A 

By  J.  C.  C.   Cornhill  Magazine.   Littell's  Living  Age  146:483-492. 
NEW  UNITY 

Browning's  Contribution   to  Literature.    By  Oscar  Lovell   Triggs. 

Old  Series  39,  New  Series  5:408-41 1  : July  15,   1897. 

Some  Ethical  Aspects  of  Browning's  Philosophy.    By  Mrs.  A.  G. 

Jennings.    Old  Series  34:  New  Series  4:54-56:Sept.  24,   1896, 
NEW  VOLUMES  OF  LITERARY  ESSAYS 

By  C.    Poet  Lore  7:12:625-27. 
NEW  YORK  BROWNING  SOCIETY 

See  Browning  Society  of  New  York. 
NEW  YORK  EVENING  POST 

Robert  Browning — Personal  Reminiscence.    By  Hiram  G.  Corson. 

Dec.  17,  1889,  Clippings. 

Announcement  of  Browning's  Death,  Dec.  13,  1889,  Clippings. 

Funeral  of  Robert  Brcvwning,  Jan.  22,   1890,  Clippings.  , 

NEW  YORK  SUN 

Criticism  of  Mrs.  Orr's  Life  of  Browning.    July   12,   1891,  Clip- 
pings. 

The  Handboo^ing  of  Rud^ard  Kipling.    Current  Opinion  58:48: 

Jan.  1915. 

NEW  YORK  TIMES 

Announcement  of   Browning's  Death.    Dec.    13,    1889,   Clippings. 

Burial  in  Westminster.    Jan.  1,  1890,  Clippings. 

Boston   Memorial,   Clippings. 

Browning's  Will.    March  9,  1890,  Clippings. 

Browning's  Effects  Sold.   April  27,  1913,  Clippings, 


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The  Best  Poem  E\>er  Wrilien  in  the  English  Language.    Current 

Opinion  57:131-133:Aug.  1914. 
NEW  YORK  TRIBUNE 

Broii>mng:  Anecdotes  and  Notes  on  Some  Personal  Aspects  of  His    ^ 

Character.    Dec.  29,   1889,  Clipping.  M 

Robert  Drowning  in  1861.    Jan.  4,  1890.  ^ 

Robert  BroTvning,  His  Poetry  and  Stymie  Tested  h}^  the  Opinions  of 

Four  Great  Masters  of  Stymie.    Jan.  5,  1890,  Clipping. 

A    Y'oung  Mans   Recollections   of  Robert   Browning.    Nov.    17, 

1890,  Clipping. 

Brownings  Death.    Dec.   13,   1889,  Clipping. 

In  Memory^  of  Browning;  Interesting  Services  Held  by  the  PoeCs 

Boston  Admirers.   Jan.  29,  1890,  Clipping.  jm 

NEWBOLT,  FRANK  H 

A  Letter  to  a  Dead  Author.    Nineteenth  Century  82:825-834:Oct. 

1917. 
NEWS  M\ 

How   They  Brought  the  Good  News  From   Ghent  to  Aix.    Poet    ™ 

Lore  1  :6:294-295;   1 1  :2:290-291  ;   1 1 :2:413. 
NEWS  FOR  BIBLIOPHILES 

Nation    84:61  :Jan.    1907;    85: 460-490: Nov.    1907;    86:327-328: 

Aprli    1908;    96:386:Aug.    1912. 
NEWS  FOR  BIBLIOPHILES 

This   is   a  description  of   the  personal   belongings  of   Robert  and 

Elizabeth  Browning  sold  at  auction  as  mentioned  in  Sotheby's  Sale 

Catalogue  for  May.    Nation  96:2494:386: April  17,  1913. 
NEWS  NOTES 

Blunder  in  Lines  of  Christmas  Eve.    Bookman  l:153:April   1895. 

Recovery  of  Lost  Copy  Pauline.    Bookman  1:155: April   1895. 
NEWTON  W.  WILBERFORCE 

The  Message  of  Robert  Browning.    Bookmart  July  1887     821.88 

Xmbm. 
NEW  YORK  BROWNING  SOCIETY 

See  under  Browning  Society. 
NEWTON,  W.  WILBERFORCE 

The   Message   of   Robert   Browning.    Bookmart   5:50:52-53: July 

1887. 

Algernon  Charles  Swinburne.    Contemporary  Review  95:527-538: 

May  1909. 

NICHOLSON,  ARTHUR 

Shelley    Contra   Mundum.    Nineteenth   Century   63: 794-81 0:May 
1908. 

NICOLAY,  CLARA  L. 

Robert  Browning.   In  manuscript. 
NICOLL,  SIR  WM.  ROBERTSON 

Robert   Brownings    Father.     Bookman    42:248:63-70: May    1912 

821.88  Xbm. 

The  Significance   of  Alwyn.    Contemporary  Review   74:798-809: 

Dec.   1898. 

NICOLL,  W.  ROBERTSON,  AND  WISE.  THOMAS  J. 

An  Opinion  on   Tennyson.    By  Elizabeth   Barrett  Browning.    In 
Literary  Anecdotes  of  the  Nineteenth  Century  1:35-41. 
Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning  and  Her  Scarcer  Boo^s.    In  Literary 
Anecdotes  of  the  Nineteenth  Century  81-101. 
Mrs.  Browning's  Religiom  Opinions  as  Expressed  in  Letters  la 


BROWNINGIANA  277 

Wm.  Merr}f,  Esq.  In  Literaty  Anecdotes  of  the  Nineteenth  Cen' 
lurj,  2:123-141. 

Materials  for  a  Bibliography  of  the  Writings  in  Prose  and  Verse 
of  Robert  Brontning.  In  Literary  Anecdotes  of  the  Nineteenth 
Century;  1:361-627. 

NIEDLINGER.  W.  H. 

See  Music, 

NINETEENTH  CENTURY 

49:648-6:38:  April   1901. 

Apparitions.  By  Edmund  Burney  and  F.  W.  H.  Myers.  15:791- 
815. 

Archbishop  Trench's  Poems.  By  Aubrey  De  Vere.  Liltell's  Liv- 
ing Age   178:131-144. 

Maithen)  Arnold.  By  Frederic  Harrison.  49:433-447:March  1896. 
Same.  Liltell  s  Living  Age  209:362-3/2. 

Aspects  of  Tennyson — A  Personal  Reminiscence.  By  James 
Knowles.   Littells  Living  Age  196:515-529. 

Aspects  of  Tennyson — Tennyson  as  a  Nature  Poet.  By  Theodore 
\Vatts.    Liilells  Living  Age   198:28-42. 

British  Art  at  Venice.  By  Marcus  B.  Huish.  66:89-96: July  1909. 
Same.  Littell  s  Living  Age  262:404-410. 

Elizabeth  Browning.   By  Emily  Hickey.    74: 164- 184: July  1913. 
Biography  of  Robert  Browning.  By  Emily  Hickey.   68 : 1  u60- 1 075 : 
Dec.  1910. 

Roddam  Spencer-Stanhope  Pre-Raphaelite.  By  A.  M.  W.  Stir- 
ling.   66:307-325:  Aug.   1909. 

NINETEENTH  CENTURY  AND  AFTER 

Browning  Biography.   By  Emily  H.  Hickey.    Littell's  Living  Age 

268:201-213. 

Browning's  the  Agamemnon  of  Aeschylus.    Reviewed.    By  Henry 

Morley.    3:384-38D:Feb.  1878. 

Browning    and    Mesmerism    in    Wireless    Telegraphy    and    Brain 

Waves.    By  J.  T.  Knowles.   45: 85 7 -864: May  1899. 

Browning's  Obscurity  and  His  Elopement  With  Miss  Barrett.    By 

Francis  Cribble.    61 :976-988:May  1912. 

A  Catholic  Layman.   By  Dorothea  Grosvenor.   71 :2:741 -755: April 

1912. 

The  Censorship  of  Stage  Plays.    By  Viola  Tree.    67:164-172: 

Jan.   1910. 

Chrysanlhena,  Gathered  From  Creelf  Anthology.    By  William  M. 

Harding.  4:869-888. 

Barry  Cornwall.   By  Henry  G.  Hewlett.   4:643-653. 

Criticism  as  Theft.    By  William  Knight.    9:257-266: Feb.  1896. 

Genius  and  Stature.    By  Havelock  Ellis.    42:87-95: July  1897. 

Gladstone's  Library  at  Si.  DeinioVs  Hawarden.    By  Mary  Drew. 

59:944-954:  June   1906. 

Glorious  Robert  Browning.    By  Emily  Hickey.    60:753-770:Ocl. 

1911. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  271:270  283. 

The    Greek    Anthology.     By    Herbert    Paul.     61  :629-637: April 

1907. 

Thomas  Henry   Huxley.    By   Wilfred  Ward.    40: 274-292: Aug. 

1896. 

Same.  A  Reminiscence.    By  Wilfrid  Ward.    Littell's  Living  Age 

210:579-592. 


278  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

The  Hyfbrid  Art.   By  Morton  Luce.    70:1 :461-475:Sept.  1911. 

Idle  Reading.   By  Herbert  Paul.  61 :837-842:May  1907. 

The  Influence  of  Calullus.    By  Herbert  Paul.    61 :  163- 172: Jan. 

1907. 

Language   Versus  Literature  at  Oxford.    By  J.   Churton   CoUint. 

37:290-303:Feb.  1895. 

A  Letter  to  a  Dead  Author.    By  Frank  Newbolt.    82:825-834: 

Oct.  1917. 

Life  and  Letters  of  Leslie  Stephen.    By  G.  W.  Prothero.    Littell't 

Living  Age  253:598-607. 

Same.  61 :61 8-628: April  1907. 

Life  in  Poetry:  Poetical  Conception.    By  W.  J.  Courthope.    40:    ,_ 

260-273:  Aug.  1896.  jHj 

Lord  Lotion's  Ranlg  in  Literature.   By  Wilfrid  Scawen  Blunt.  Lit- 

tell's  Living  Age  193:805-811. 

The  Making  of  a  Poet.   By  Stephen  Gwynn.   67:65-78: Jan.  1910. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  265 :484-493. 

A  Male  Blue-Stocking  Soame  Jenyns.   By  Norman  Pearsons.   62: 

126-141  :July  1907. 

Matrimony  and  the  Man  of  Letters.   By  Sidney  Law.   66:423-433: 

Sept.  1909. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  263:131-138. 

Our  Debt  to  Latin  Poetry  as  Distinguished  From  Creek.   By  R.  Y. 

Tyrrell.    69:2:867-88: May   1911. 

Pacchiarolto.  Reviewed  by  Henry  Morley.    1 1 :383-384:Feb.  1878. 

Paracelsus.   Reviewed  by  Henry  Morley.   2:138:Aug.  1877. 

The  Permanence  of  IVordsivorth.    By  Herbert  Paul.   63:987-998: 

June  1908.  ™ 

Phaedra  and  Phedre.    By  Lionel  Tennyson.    7:58-77.  '^B 

A  Plea  for  the  Popular  in  Literature.   By  J.  A.  Spender.  61 :645- 

657:  April  1907. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  253 :348-358. 

Poetr})  and  Phrase  of  Food.   By  Florence  Mary  Pearson.   86:515- 

527:Sept.  1919. 

The  Reading  of  the  Colonial  Cirl.    By  Constance  A.  Barnicoat. 

60:939-950:Dec.  1906. 

The  Reading  of  the  Modern  Cirl.    By  Florence  B.  Law.    59:278- 

287:Feb.  1906. 

Recent  Literature.   By  Henry  Morley.    2:692-712;  4:528-542. 

The  Relation  of  France  and  England.    By  Francis  de  Pressense. 

39: 189-203:  Feb.  1896. 

Roumanian  Peasants  and  Their  Songs.   By  C.  F.  Keary.    12:572- 

582. 

Shaksperes  First  Critical  Editor.   By  K.  N.  Collville.  86:266-297: 

Aug.  1919. 

Shelley^  Contra  Mundum.   By  Arthur  Nicholson.  63: 794-81 0:May 

1908. 

Some  Women  Poets  of  the  Present  Reign.   By  Isabel  Clarke.    59: 

1012-1021:  June  1906. 

The    Tennyson   Centenary.    By   Frederic   Harrison.    66:226-233: 

Aug.  1919. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  262:643-648. 

A  Tribute  to  Swinburne.   By  Ernest  Rhys.  65:965-979: June  1909. 

The   True  Function  and   Value  of  Criticism.    By  Oscar  Wilde. 

28: 123- 147:  July  1870. 

The    Victorian    Woman.    By   E.    B.    Harrison.     58:951 -957: Dec. 

1905. 


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War  Poetry  of   Women.    By  Lilian  Rowland  Brown.    81 :434- 

452:Feb.  1917. 

Theodore    Watts-Dunion  and  the  Spirit  of  An  Age.    By  John 

Drinkwater.    76:674-685: Sept.   1914. 

Wireless  Telegraphy  and  Brain  Waves.   By  J.  T.  K.  45:857-864: 

May  1899. 

WordsTvorih  and  Byron.   By  A.  C.  Swinburne.    15:583-609. 

Wordsworth,  Coleridge  and  the  Spy.  By  A.  J.  Eagleston.  64:300- 

310:  Aug.   1908. 
NINETEENTH  CENTURY  AND  AFTER,  THE 

Robert  BroJi>ning,  the  Musician.    By  A.  Goodrich-Freer.    Littell's 

Living  Age  229:803-811. 
NINETEENTH     CENTURY     LITERATURE.     INDIVIDUALISM 

THE  KEYNOTE  OF 

By  Edmund  Gosse.   Literary  Digest  22:345  :March  23,  -901. 
NINETEENTH  CENTURY  LITERA'l  URE,  THE  PURE  GOLD  OF 

By    William    Lyon    Phelps.     Current    Opinion    43:515-518:Nov. 

1907. 
NINETEENTH  CENTURY  VICTORIAN  POETRY,  THE 

By  Editor.   Outlook  66:1 028  :Dec.  29.  1900. 
NINTH  YEAR  TO  THE  THIRTEENTH  YEAR  IN  WALWORTH, 

THE 

Robert  Browning  Settlement.     821.88  Xsff  37.039. 

NIVEN.  ROBERT 

Browning's  Obscurity.  New  England  Magazine  577-581  :Jan.  1890 
821.88  Xman. 

NOBLE.  A.  B. 

The  Preparation  of  College  Teachers  of  English.   English  Journal 
5:670:Dec.  1916. 

NOBLE,  JAMES  ASHCROFT 

The  Poetry  of  Common  Sense.    Macmillan.    Littell's  Living  Age 
191 :546-552. 

NOEL.  RODEN 

Robert  Browning.    The  Contemporary  Review   70:701-718:Nov. 

1883    821.88  Dnor. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  159:771-781. 

NOGUCHI.  YONE 

My  Impression  of  Oxford  and  Stratford.    Blackwood's  Magazine 

199:535-44:  April  1916. 

To  Robert  Browning.    In  Manuscript.    Not  yet  published. 

NON-DRAMATIC  POEMS  IN  ROBERT  BROWNING'S  FIRST 
AND  SECOND  PERIODS.  AN  EXAMINATION  OF  THE 
To  which  is  added  a  Bibliography,  being  part  of  a  thesis  presented 
to  the  Philosophical  Faculty  of  the  University  of  Leipzig  for  the 
Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy.  By  Thomas  M.  Parrott.  821.88 
Dnp. 

NORMAN.  HENRY 

Ralph  Waldo  Emerson.    An  Ethical  Study.    (Fortnight  Review.) 
Littell's  Living  Age  158:771-777. 

NORRIS.  C.  J. 

First  Love  in  Poetry.   Fortnightly  Review  84:254-269: Aug.  1905. 

NORTH  AMERICAN  REVIEW 

Browning  and  Sainte  Beuve,  By  Gamaliel  Bradford,  Jr.    191 :488- 
500:April  1910, 


280  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

NORTHUP.  CLARK 

An  Earl\f  Victorian  Romance.    Dial  50:1 19-121 : Feb.  16.  1911. 

Brownings  Narrative  Verse.    Dial  43:367:Dec.  1,  1907. 

Brornnings  Women.    Dial  58:258-259: April  1.  1915. 

Estimate  of  Robert  Browning.    By  Darrell  Figgis.    195;577-593: 

May  1912. 
NORTON,  CHAS.  ELIOT 

English   Friends.    Scribner's    Magazine   53:509: April    1913;    53: 

775:Dec.  1913. 

Letters  of  James  Russell  Lowell.    Athenaeum  3444:581 -584 :Oct. 

28,  1893 
NOTEBOOK  OF  THE  SHELLEY  SOCIETY 

Letter  From  Robert  Browning  to  Miss  Alma  Murray  Concerning 

Beatrice.    105:  May  12,  1886. 
NOTE  ON  BROWNING,  A 

By  W.  Mortimer.    The  Art  Review.    Published  by  Waller  Scott, 

London.    l:5:28-32:Feb.   1890. 
NOTES 

Dial  59:162:Sept.  2.  1915. 
NOTES  (MRS.  BROWNING) 

Editorial.    Literary  Digest  18:698: June  17,   1899. 
NOTES  AND  ANECDOTES,  A  STORE  HOUSE  OF 

By  Percy  F.  Bicknell.    Dial  37:3 1-32: July  16.  1904. 
NOTES  AND  NEWS  (Wiihout  sub-heads) 

Poet  Lore  1:1:52-54;    1:2:104;    1:3:1524;    1:4:201-3;    1:6:291- 

92;   1:8:398;  1:11:538-42;  2:1:55-56;  2:3:168;  2:4:221-24;  2: 

6:3401;    2:7:390-92,   by   Stanton   Coit;    2:7:398-400;    2:8:440. 

445,448;   2:10:552;   2:12:667;   3:1:40-47,  by  C.  W.  Duffield; 

3:2:101-2;    3:2:102-3;    3:2:103-6;    3:2:159-62,   by  J.   F.   Kirk, 

Jr.;  3:3:151-55;  3:3:281-284,  by  W.  G.  Kingsland;  3:5:288,  by 

A.  S.  Cooke;  3:5:284-87,  by  W.  J.  Rolfe;  3:5:288-92;  3:10: 
533-36;  3:11:589-91;  3:12:648-49,  by  Harriet  Ford;  3:12:645- 
48;  3:12:653-54;  4:2:103-5;  4:3:164-66,  by  Mrs.  B.  C.  Dick; 
4:6&7:378-80,  by  W.  J.  Rolfe;  4:8&9:470-71.  by  Voiture;  4: 
8&9:471-76;  4:10:524;  5:1:48-49.  by  W.  F.  R.;  5:1:49-50. 
by  C;  5:1:53.  by  W.  G.  K.;  5:3:166-67;  5:4:226-27;  5:5: 
285-88;  5:6&7:380-81;  5:8&9:477-78;  5:11:639-44;  6:5:276- 
78;  6:5:279-80.  by  W.  G.  K.;  6:5:280;  6:6&7:373-74.  by 
Hiram  Corson;  6:8&9:471-2;  6:10:526-28;  6:11:584.  by  E.  E. 
Marean;  7:2:109-112;  7:3:166-68.  by  E.  E.  Marean;  7:4:222- 
24,  by  C.  R.  Corson;  7:5:277-80,  by  E.  E.  M.;  7:6&7:374-76,  by 
Bliss  Carman;  7:8&9:463-66;  7:8&9:471-72.  by  E.  E.  M.;  8:3: 
166;    8:5:278-80;    8:6:374-76;    9:1:156-59;    9:2:312-13.  by  C. 

B.  Wright;  9:3:465-66;  9:3:457-58;  9:4:639-40;  10:1:157-58; 
10:2:312-18;    10:3:461-63;    10:3:470-72;    10:4:628. 

NOTES  AND  QUERIES 

Brownings  Lost  Leader.    By  C.   G.   Prowett.    15:292: April   11, 

1874     821.88  Xmnq. 
NOTES  FROM  A  DIARY 

By  M.  E.  Grant  Duff.  Athenaeum  3674: 398-399: March  26.  1898. 
NOTES  FROM  PARIS 

French  Regard  for  Browning.    By  Charles  Seymour.    Poet  Lore 

2:111-112. 
NOTES  FROM  PARIS  ON  THE  DEATH  OF  ROBERT  BROWN- 
ING 

By  Charles  Seymour.    Poet  2:2:111-112. 


BROWNINGIANA  281 

NOTES  OF  A  CALL  ON  MR.  BROWNING 

By  C.   W.  Bardeen.    From   Memorial   Meeting  of  the  Syracuse 
Browning  Club  91-94    821.88  Bsy. 

NOTES  ON  THE  GENIUS  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

By  James  Thomson.  Browning  Society  Papers  2:239-250  821.88 
Dbs. 

NOTES  ON  THE  HISTORY  AND  CHARACTER  OF  THE  JEWS 
By  Laurie  Magnus.    Fortnightly  Review  85: 135: Jan.  1906. 

NOTES  TO  THE  POCKET  VOLUME  OF  SELECTIONS  FROM 
THE  POEMS  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 
By  Alex  Hill.  With  Essays  on  Several  Aspects  of  Browning's 
Genius.  By  Prof.  C.  E.  Vaughan,  Rev.  J.  Llewelyn  Davies,  Wil- 
liam F.  R<?vell,  E.  A.  Whitehead.  M.  R.  Pridham,  The  Very 
Rev.,  the  Dean  of  Salisbury,  Prof.  J.  E.  Symes,  Owen  Seaman. 
821.88  Dhn. 

NOTHING  BUT  A  POET 

By  W.  C.  Gannett.  Homage  to  Robert  Droi»mng,  Aleph  Tanner 
73    821.88  Xht. 

NOUVELLE  REVUE  FRANCAISE,  LA 

Le  Oeuvre  dc  Robert  Droivmng.    By  Andre  Gide,  Paul  Alfassa 
and  Gilbert  de  Voisins.    91  :414-416:April  1921. 
Monsieur  Sludge,  Le  Medium,  ibid  417-466. 

NOVEL  IN  THE  RING  AND  THE  BOOK,  THE 

By  Henry  James.  (Quarterly  Review.)  Littell's  Living  Age  274: 
451 -463: Aug.  24.  1912. 

NOVEL.  THE  SCANDINAVIAN 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  194:469:Oct.  1901. 

NOVELS.  GEORGE  MEREDITH'S 

By  Emily   F.  Wheeler.    Chautauquan    19:561 -565: Aug.    1894. 

NOYES,  ALFRED 

Commemoration  Ode,  published  with  the  Poems  of  Robert  Brown- 
ing, to  be  sung,  recited,  or  played  at  the  Centenary  Matinee,  9-10 
821.88  Gcmn. 

For  the  Centenary  of  Robert  Brontning.  Fortnightly  Review  97: 
811-812:May  1912. 

Same.  Homage  to  Robert  Broivning,  Aleph  Tanner  23-24  821.88 
Xht. 

By  Brian  Hooker.    Century  88:349-353: July  1914. 
The  Poems  of  Edmund  Cosse.    Fortnightly  Review  98:297-303: 
Aug.  1912. 

A  Poet  Who  Lives  fep  His  Verse.  Literary  Digest  33:425-26:Sept. 
29.  1906. 

NOYES  FOR  PRINCETON,  ALFRED 

Editorial.    Literary  Digest  48:1  :552-3: March    14.    I9I4. 

NUMPHOLEPTOS  AND  BROWNING'S  WOMEN 

By  Mrs.  Glazebrook.  The  Browning  Society  Papers  11:371-379 
821.88  Dbs. 

NUMPHOLEPTOS,  BROWNING'S  SCIENCE  AS  SHOWN  IN 
By  Edward  Berdoe.    Poet  Lore  2:12:617-24. 

NUOVA  ANTOLOGIA 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Brojvning.  By  Pompeo  Mofmenti.  Littell's  Liv- 
ing Age  219:35-40. 

//  Centenario  Delia  Nascita  Di  Roberto  BroJi>ning.  By  Fanny 
Zampini  Salazar.     821.88  Xcs. 


282  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 


OBITER  DICTA 

On  the  Alleged  Obscurit}f  of  Mr.  BroXDnings  Poetry.    By  Augus- 
tine Birrell.    55-95     820.4  B619vl. 
OBITUARY 

Robert  BroTvning.    By  J.  T.  Nettleship.    Academy  820:405-406: 

Dec.  21,   1889     821.88  Xman. 
OBJECTION  TO   BROWNING'S  CALIBAN  CONSIDERED.  AN 

By  Maude  Wilkinson.    Poet  Lore  5:11:562-564. 
O'BRIEN.  EDWARD  J. 

By  Arthur  Upson.    Poet  Lore  2':3:221. 
OBSCURITY.  BROWNING'S 

Corson's  Introduction  to   the  Stud^  of  Robert  Browning's  Poetry. 

821.88  Dcs. 

On    the   Difficulties   and    Obscurity   Encountered    in    a   Study    of 

Broivning's  Poems.    By  J.  B.  Oldham.   London  Browning  Society 

Papers  1 1  :333-348. 

See  Literary  Digest  32:937: June  23.   1906. 
OBVERSE  SIDE  OF  ARISTOPHANES.  THE 

By  R.  E.  S.  Hart.    Contemporary  Review  71  :662-679:May  1897. 
O'BYRNE.  GEORGE 

Robert  Broi»ning:  An  Epicedium.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning, 

Aleph  Tanner  139-142     821.88  Xht. 
O'CONNOR.  V.  C.  SCOTT 

Tennyson  and  His  Friends  at  Freshwater.    Century  55:240-268: 

Dec.  1897. 
ODE  FOR  THE  CENTENARY  OF  THE  BIRTH  OF  ROBERT 

BROWNING 

By  George  Sterling.    Forum  49:97-99: Jan.  1913. 

Same.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  68-71     821.88 

Xht. 
OF  THE  BROWNING  MSS. 

By  Frederick  G.  Kenyon.     821.88  Amss. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age  278:733-738. 
OGONTZ  MOSIAC.  THE 

An  Evening  With  Browning.    Browning  Society  Papers  8:163*- 

164*    821.88  Dbs. 
OHIO  WESLEYAN  ALUMNI  QUARTERLY 

Recent  Gifts  From  Dr.  Franlg  W .  Gunsaulus.    (Notice  of  gift  of 

bust  of  Pompilia  and  two  books  from  Browning  Library.)    3:2: 

4-5:  Jan.    1920. 
OHRUM,  FRANCIS 

Robert  Browning — The  Magnet  of  the  Soul.    Baylor  Literary  ]7: 

9:312-315:June    1909     821.88   Xblg. 
OLD  AGE  AND  POETS 

By  H.  Pancoast.    Poet  Lore  3:2:64-65. 
OLD  AND  NEW  LIGHTS  OF  SHAKESPEARE'S  HAMLET 

By  J.  Churton  Collins.    Contemporary  Review  88: 649- 664: Nov. 

1905. 

OLD  ETON  AND  MODERN  PUBLIC  SCHOOLS 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  185:355-381  : July  1886. 

OLD  MATERIALS  AND  NEW  PLAYS 

By  Clayton  Hamilton.    Forum  41  :446:May   1909. 


il 


BROWNINGIANA  283 

OLD  MEMORIES  INTERVIEWED 

By   Mrs.  Andrew   Crosse.    Eclectic   Magazine    1 19:505-51 5 :Oct. 

1892. 

Same.  (Temple  Bar.)     Littell's  Living  Age   195:372-383. 

OLD  ORDER  CHANGETH.  THE 

By  Julia  Wedgwood.    Eclectic  Magazine   1 27:721 -73  :Dec.   1896. 

OLD  PICTURES  IN  FLORENCE 

Browning  Stud}f  Programme:  A   Croup  of  Art  Poems,  Old  Pic- 
tures in  Florence,  Fra  Lippo  Lippi,  Andrea  del  Sarto.    By  Char- 
lotte Porter  and  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  8:8:586-592. 
Studies    in   Brot»ning.     By   Susan    Cunnington.     115-158     821.88 
Gsac. 

OLD  QUARREL  BETWEEN  POETRY  AND  PHILOSOPHY.  THE 
By  R.  M.  Wrenley.    Poet  Lore  10:3:365-381. 

OLD  YELLOW  BOOK.  THE 

Reproduction  with  Translation,  Essay  and  Notes.    By  Charles  W. 
Hodell.    Carnegie  Institution  of  Washington,  1916. 
Blackwood's    189:572-575. 
Dial  45:344-345. 

Editorial.  Translated  and  Edited  by  Chas.  W.  Hodell.  Atlantic 
Monthly  101:407-13. 

By  Charles  W.  Hodell.    Littell's  Living  Age  269:499-502. 
Nation  85:299-300:Oct.  3,   1907. 
See  Ring  and  the  Bool(. 

Contemporary  Review  95:16:l-8:Jan.  1909:Literary  Supplement 
No.  16. 

Source  of  Browning's  The  Ring  and  the  Boolg.   In  Complete  Photo- 
Same.  Translated  and  Edited  by  Charles  W.  Hodell.    Everyman's 
Library.    E.  P.  Dutton  &  Co.,  New  York.     821.88  Hroe. 
Same.  Athenaeum  4223:396:Oct.  3,   1908. 

The  Source  of  The  Ring  and  the  Book.  Nation  88 : 1 98- 1 99 :  Feb. 
25.  1909. 

Old  Yellow  Book'  (A  Guide  for  the  Blind.)  By  Louise  Fagan 
Peirce.    Modern  Philology  487-502: April  1909. 

OLDHAM,  JAMES  BERTRAM 

On   the  Difficulties  and   Obscurities  Encountered  in   a  Stud\f   of 

Browning's  Poems.    Browning  Society  Papers  11:333-348     821.88 

Dbs. 

The  Poet's   lVa\f.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

52    821.88  Xht. 

OLIVE.  HARRIOTT  S. 

Songs  From  the  Ghetto  and  a  Vision  of  Hellas.  Poet  Lore  12:2: 
311. 

O.  M. 

The  Stage.    (Mention  of  In  a  Balcony.)    Poet  Lore  2:5:264-5. 

OMAR  AND  THE  RABBI 

Fitzgerald's  translation  of  the  Rubai^at  of  Omar  Khayyam,  and 
Browning's  Rabbi  Ben  Ezra,  arranged  in  dramatic  form  by  Fred- 
erick LeRoy  Sargent.     821.88  Hrbo. 

ON  BROWNING'S  DEATH 

By  Geo.  Edward  Woodberry.    Literary  Essays  59     824.91   W8811. 
Same.  In  Makers  of  Literature  386     820.4  W881 . 

ON  HEARING  OF  THE  DEATH  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

By  H.  J.  Bulkeley.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 
123-125    821.88  Xht. 


264  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

ON  LEARNING  BY  HEART 

(Academy.)    Littells  Living  Age  271 :505-506. 
ON  LEISURE.  GENIUS.  BOOKS  AND  READING 

By  Augustine  Birrell.    (Chamber's  Journal.)    Littell's  Living  Ago 

216:557-559. 
ON  LIMBO 

By  Vernon  Lee.    (Longman's.)    Littell's  Living  Age  208:812-819. 
ON  SOME  POINTS  IN  BROWNING'S  VIEW  OF  LIFE 

By  B.  F.  Wescott.    A  Paper  read  Before  the  Cambridge  Brown- 
ing Society  Nov.  1882.    Printed  1883. 
ON  TASTE  IN  POETRY  AND  THE  FATE  OF  M.  SULLY  PRUD- 

HOMME 

By   Edmund    Gosse.     Contemporary    Review   92:l-6:Dec.    1907: 

Literary  Supplement  No.  3. 
ON  THE  BRONZE  CLASPED  HANDS  OF  ROBERT  AND  ELIZA- 

BETH  BARRETT  BROWNING 

By  Ruth  Baldwin  Chenery.    Homage  to  Robert  BroT»ning,  Aleph 

Tanner  88     821.88  Xht. 
ON  THE  HEIGHTS 

By  Mrs.  BloomBeld  Moore.    Homage  to  Robert  Bron>ning,  Aleph 

Tanner  51     821.88  Xht. 

ON  THE  POET  OBJECTIVE  AND  SUBJECTIVE;  ON  THE  LAT- 
TERS  AIM;  ON  SHELLEY  AS  MAN  AND  POET 
By  Robert  Browning.  Being  a  reprint  of  the  introductory  Essay  to 
(25  Spurious)  Letters  of  Ferc^  B^sshe  Shelley.  Moxom,  1852. 
Browning  Society  Papers  1  :3-19.  Second  Edition  Published  by 
the  Browning  Society  by  N.  Trubner  &  Co.,  London.  1881. 
821.88  Dbsptl. 

ON  THE  READING  OF  POETRY 

Editorial.    Century  59:960-961  : April  1900. 

ON  UNDESIRABLE  INFORMATION 

By  E.  F.  Benson.   Eclectic  Magazine  62:222-228: Aug.  1895. 

ONE  ASPECT  OF  BROWNING'S  VILLIANS 

By  Miss  E.  D.  West.  Browning  Society  Papers  4:41 1  -434     821 .88 

Dbs. 

Same.  Browning    Studies    106-129.    Edited    by    Edward    Berdoe. 

821.88  Vlbs. 
ONE  THOUSAND  BEST  BOOKS  OF  THE  PROVIDENCE  LI- 

BRARY.  THE 

By  Editor.    Literary  Digest  22:475: April  20,  1901. 

ONE  WAY  TO  LOVE 

See  Music. 

(A  Song.)     Poet  Lore  4:5:288. 

ONE  WORD  MORE.  AND  OTHER  POEMS 

By  Robert   Browning,  with  an   Introduction  by  Richard  Watson 
Gilder.     821.88  Hspg. 

ONLY  THE  ADVERTISEMENT 

By  Esene  Stuart.    Eclectic  Magazine  62: 660-666: Nov.  1895. 

OPTIMISM  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

By  P.  Littell.    New  Republic  2:330:May   1,  1915. 

See  Pippa  Passes,  in  Maeterlinck's  Symbolism.     842.91    M186bv. 

OPTIMISM  OF  BROWNING  AND  MEREDITH,  THE 

By  A.   C.    Pigou.     (Independent   Review.)     Littell's  Living  Age 
246:415-432. 


BROWNINGIANA  285 

OPTIMISM  OF  BROWNING  AND  WORDSWORTH,  THE 

By   A.   J.   George.     Boston    Browning   Society    Papers   306-333 
821.88  Vbp. 

OPTIMISM  OF  BUTLERS  ANALOGY.  THE 

Contemporary  Review  94: 7-8: July  1 908: Literary  Supplement. 

OPTIMISM.  SOURCE  OF  BROWNING'S 

By  Mary  M.  Cohen.    Poet  Lore  4:11:567-568. 
OPTIMIST.  BROWNING.  THE 

By  J.  Marshall  Mather.   In  Popular  Studies  of  Nineteenth  Century 

Poets  7:155-184. 
ORIGINAL  OF  NED  BRATTS,  THE 

By   Ernest  W.   Radford.    Dramatic  Id^ls.     (Series    1):109-143: 

Browning  Society  Papers  2:253-254     821.88  Dbs. 
ORIGINALITY  IN  LITERATURE 

By  Charles  Leonard  Moore.    Dial  49:319-21 : Nov.  1,  1910. 
ORIGINALITY  IN  LITERATURE.  THE  HIGHEST  TYPE  OF 

By   Charles   Leonard   Moore.    Current   Opinion   50:100-101 : Jan. 

1911. 
ORION  ON  LITERARY  AND  GENERAL  TOPICS.  MRS.  BROWN- 
ING'S LETTERS  TO  THE  AUTHOR  OF 

(Contemporary    Review.)     Littell's   Living   Age   281-290     821.88 

Xbm. 

(Contemporary   Review.)     Littell's   Living   Age   535-547     821.88 

Xbm. 
ORION— TO  AUTHOR  OF 

Contemporary  Review  23:447-461  :  Feb.   1874;    23:799-81 3: April 

1874. 

On  Literary  and  General  Topics.    Contemporary  Review  23:281- 

302:  Jan.  1874. 
ORMEROD,  HELEN  J. 

Abt  Vogler  the  Man.   Browning  Society  Papers  10:221-236. 

Same.  Browning   Studies   267-282.     Edited   by    Edward    Berdoe. 

821.88  Vlbs. 

Andrea  del  Sarto  and  Aht   Vogler.    Browning  Society  Papers  2: 

297-311     821.88  Dbs. 

Berdoe  s  Browning  Studies  151-165     821.88  Vlbs. 

5ome  Notes  on  Brotening's  Poems  Referring  to  Music.    Berdoe's 

Browning  Studies  237-253     821.88  Vlbs. 

Same.  Browning  Society  Papers  9:180-195     821.88  Dbs. 
ORR.  SUTHERLAND.  MRS. 

Same.    New  edition  revised  and  in  part   rewritten.    Bv  Frederic 

G.  Kenyon.    Houghton.  Mifflin  &  Co..  1908.     821.88  Bor2. 

Same.  Athenaeum  33 19:725-726: June  6.  1891. 

Browning's  Life  and  Letters.    Nation  52: 500-502: June   18.  1891. 

Life  and  Letters.   Reviewed.    Harper's  Monthly  83:800-801. 

Same.  Reviewed.   Atlantic  68:263-268: Aug.  1891. 

Same.  Reviewed.    New  York  Sun  July  12.  1891,  Clippings. 

Robert  Browning.    Athenaeum  1:117. 

Mr.  Browning's  Place  in  Literature.    (Pamphlet.)    Contemporary 

Review  934-965. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age   122:67-85. 

Mr.  Browning's  Dramatic  Idylls.    Contemporary  Review  35:299- 

302:May  1879     821.88  Dom. 

Mrs.  Brownings  Letters.  Athenaeum  3669:247-248: Feb.  19.  1898. 

Browning's  Theology.    Littell's  Living  Age    192:374-376: Feb.   6. 

1892. 


286  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

Claasificalion    of   Broivning's    Poems.     London    Browning   Society 

Papers  2:235-238     821.88  Dbs. 

A  Handbook  to  the   Worl(i  of  Robert  Browning.    George  Bell  & 

Sons,  London. 

Same.  Athenaeum  3022:396-397:Sept.  26,   1885. 

Same.  Poet  Lore  1:11:535. 

Life  and  Letters  of  Robert  BroTvning.    Two  Volumes.    Houghton, 

Mifflin  &  Co.,  Boston  and  New  York.     821 .88  Bor. 

Red  Cotton  Nightcap  Country — A   Criticism  of  the  Poem.    Con- 
temporary Review  22:87- 106: June   1873. 

Browning's  Relation  to  Matthew   Arnold.    Athenaeum  3326:129: 

July  25.   1891. 

The  Religious  Opinion  of  Robert  Browning.    Contemporary  Re- 
view 60:876-891  :Dec.    1891. 

Same.  Littell's  Living  Age   192:365-374. 

Introduction  to  Stories  From  Robert  Browning.    By  Frederic  May 

Holland.    (Typewritten)     821.88  Fho. 

Stories  from  Robert  Browning.  By  Frederic  May  Holland.     821 .88 

Fho. 
ORR.  LYNDON 

Great  Men  of  Mixed  Races.    Scrap  Book  6:309-31 7: Aug.   1908. 
ORSI,  PIETRO 

Camillo  Benso  Di  Cavour.    Contemporary   Review    105:590-593: 

Literary  Supplement. 
OSPOVAT.  H. 

Browning's  Men  and  Women.   Dial  35:425:Dec.  1,  1903. 
OSSOLI,  MARGARET  FULLER 

Art  Literature  and  the  Drama.    Browning's  Poems  207-221,  Miss 

Barrett's  Poems  198-206     814  084al. 
OSTERHOUT  FREE  LIBRARY 

Wilkesbarre,  Pa.    See  Bibliography. 
OUIDA 

Death  and  Pit^.    Fortnightly  Review  57: 548-565: April   1892. 
OUR  DEBT  TO  LATIN  POETRY  AS  DISTINGUISHED  FROM 

GREEK 

By  R.  Y.  Tyrrell.    Nineteenth  Century  69:2:867-880: May  1911. 
OUR  LIVING  POETS 

By  H.  Buxton  Forman.    Robert  Browning  103-152     821.88  Dfop. 

An  Essa})  in  Criticism.    By  H.  Buxton  Forman.       821.88  Dfop. 
OUR  RECENT  ACTORS 

By  Dr.  Marston.    Poet  Lore   1:2:104-108. 
OUT  OF  MY  OWN  GREAT  WOE 

See  Music. 
OUT  OF  PRINT,  THE  SPRING  OF  PUBLISHING  SEASON 

Athenaeum  3718:1 13:Jan.  28,  1899. 
OUTLINE  STUDIES 

Published  for  the  Chicago  Browning  Society,  1886.   Robert  Brown- 
ing's Poetry.     821.88  Xch. 

OUTLINE  STUDY  OF  PIPPA  PASSES,  AN 

And  Pilgrimage  to  the  Haunts  of  Browning  (Home  of  Pippa).    By 
Pauline  Leavens.     821.88  Kla. 

OUTLOOK,  THE 

About  People    (Browning's  Son).    By   Editor.    50:325: Aug.   25, 

1894. 

Article  on  Stopford  A.  Brooke.   By  Editor.   70:869 :April  5,  1902. 

The  Bible  in  Browning.   By  M.  Greshdm  Machen.   65:509. 


BROWNINGIANA  287 

Books  and  Authors.  By  Editor  50: 397: Sept.  8,  1894;  52:759: 
Nov.  9,  1895;  (Essays  on  Poetry)  54:395: Aug.  29.  1896;  55: 
757:March  13.  1897;  (Elizabeth  Browning)  57:1013:Dec.  25, 
1897;    (Mrs.  Browning)   58:380-382: Feb.  5.   1898;   60:777:Nov. 

26.  1898. 

Books  of  the  Week  (Religious  Spirit  in  the  Poets).   67:597:March 

9.  1901. 

Bride  of  the  Riccardi  and  Pippa^  drawn  by  Carton  Moore  Parke. 

Browning  and  the  Christian  Faith.    By  Edward  Berdoe.    53:670: 

April  1896. 

A  Browning  Anecdote.   By  Lila  Rose  McCabe.   44:358: Aug.  22, 

1891. 

Browning  as  a  Philosophical  and  Religious  Leader.    44:995:Nov. 

21.  1891. 

Browning  fcp  C.  H.  Herford.   By  Editor.   79: 101 5: April  22.  1905. 

Browning  Calendar.    By  Editor.    78:737:Nov.  19.  1904. 

The  Browning  Centenary^.    By  H.  W.  Mabie.    100:9 17-91 9: April 

27.  1912     821.88  Xman. 

Browning  for  Beginners.    By  Editor.    77: 186: May  21,  1904. 
Browning  in  London.   By  E.  Beresford  Chancellor.   Littell's  Living 
Age  273:755-757. 

Browning,  Poet  and  Man.  By  Luther  Elisabeth  Cary.  63:933: 
Dec.  16,  1899. 

Browning  to  Ben  Ezra.  By  Percy  Mackaye.  100:906-91 2: April 
27,  1912.  And  Illustrations,  including  Luria,  James  Lee's  Wife, 
913-916    821.88  Xmb. 

The  Brownings.    By  Editor.   86:525 :July  6.  1907. 
Brownings  Epps.    By  A.  B.  Stonex.    105:71 5-71 6 :Nov.  29,  1913. 
Brownings  Life  and  Letters.    44:31  :July  4.  1891. 
Browning's  Message  to  His   Time.    By  Editor.    44:942:Nov.   14. 
1891. 

Review  of  Boston  Browning  Society^  Papers.  57:721  :Nov.  1897. 
Review  of  Browning  Stud^  Programs.  By  Helen  A.  Clarke  and  C. 
Porter.    65: 133:  May  12.  1900. 

Review  of  Gilbert  Keith  Chesterton's  Life  of  Browning.  74:526: 
June  1903. 

Review  of  Helen  A.  Clarke's  Browning  and  His  Century;.  103: 
734:March  29.  1913. 

Colombe's  Birthday  at  Smith's  College.  By  Bliss  Perry.  46:13: 
July  2,  1892. 

Comment  on  Current  Books.  (The  Brownings  h\)  Signor  A.  Fo- 
gazzaro.)    By  Editor.    86:525: July  6.  1907. 

Comment  on  Current  Books.  (Browning's  Ital^.)  By  Editor. 
87:877:Dec.  21.  1907. 

Comment  on  Current  Books.  (Through  Ital^  With  the  Poets.) 
By  Editor.    88:61  l-612:March  14.   1908. 

Current  Events.  (Browning's  Centenary.)  By  Editor.  101 :99- 
100:May  18.  1912. 

Review  of  Edward  Dowden's  Robert  Browning.  78:384:Oct.  8, 
1904. 

Early  Literary)  Career  of  Browning.  By  Editor.  Theodore  Roose- 
velt.   102:750. 

English  Literature  Today.  By  Edward  Dowden.  71 :229:May  24, 
1902. 

Epps.   By  Browning.    105:169-170:Sept.  27.  1913. 
Essays  and  Criticism.   By  H.  W.  Mflibic.  69:665:Nov.  16,  1901. 


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Four  Boo^a  on  English  Literature.  By  Editor.  71: 1070: Aug.  30, 
1902. 

The  Greatest  Books  of  the  Century.  By  Tliomas  W.  Higginson. 
66:804:Dec.  1.  1900. 

Same.  By  Wm.  De  Witt  Hyde.   66:801 -802: Dec.  1,  1900. 
Revievf  of  Letters  of  Robert  and  Elizabeth  B.  Broi»ning.   61 :603 : 
March  11.  1899. 

Literary  Notes.     (An   Address   by   Mr.   Augustine   Birrell.)     By 
Editor.    58: 188: Jan.  8.  1898. 
Same.  By  Editor.    58:982:  April  16,  1898. 

Same.  (Letters  of  Elizabeth  Brovtning.)  By  Editor.  57:336:Oct. 
2,  1897. 

Same.  (Sale  of  Bron>ning's  Letters.)  By  Editor.  50:515:Sept.  29, 
1894. 

Should  Love  Letters  Be  Published?  By  Editor.  68:620:July  13. 
1901. 

Love  Letters  of  the  Bro'wnings.  Editorial.  104:84:May  17.  1913. 
Love  Letters  of  Ttoo  Poets.  By  Lyman  Abbot.  62:485  490: July 
1,  1899. 

Making  Brorsning   Useful.    44:19:July  4,   1891. 
Nature  in  Modern  Poetry.   Littell's  Living  Age  256:755-758. 
The  Need  of  Poets.   By  Editor.   86:54:May  11.  1907. 
The  Nerv  Literature.   By  H.  W.  Mabie.    102:204:Sept.  28,  1912. 
The  Nineteenth  Century   Victorian  Poetry.    By  Editor.    66:1028: 
Dec.  29.  1900. 

Poetr])  and  the  Home.  By  Carolyn  S.  Bailey.  104:570-571  :July 
1913. 

The  Poetry  of  Bridges.   Littell's  Living  Age  253:308-310. 
Review  of  Poetr})  of  Robert  Browning.    By  Stopford  Augustine 
Brooke.    73:268-269: Jan.  31.  1902. 

The  Poets  and  the  Cuckoo.  By  J.  Cuthbert  Hadden.  Littell's  Liv- 
ing Age  273:634-636. 

The  Poets'  Chairs.  By  E.  V.  Lucas.  Littell's  Living  Age  251 : 
118-120. 

Recent  Studies  in  Literature.  By  Editor.  64:594:March  10.  1900. 
Recent  Text  Books  of  English  Literature.   By  Editor.   48:359:  Aug. 

19.  1893. 

Recreations  of  a   Productive   Scholar.     By   Theodore   Roosevelt. 

102:750-752. 

The  Religious  World  (In  Memor"^  of  the  Brownings')   By  Editor.' 

55:191  :Jan.  9.  1897. 

The  Religious  World  (Memorial  to  Mrs.  Browning.)    By  Editor. 

57:443:Oct.  16.  1897. 

Review  of  Select  Poems   of  Robert  Browning.    81:837:Dcc.   2, 

1905. 

Some    Books    for   the   Days    of    Leisure    (Mrs.    Browning).     By 

Christine  T.   Herrick.    48:594:Sept.  30,   1893. 

Some  Books   Worth  Reading.    By  H.   W.   Mabie.    99:782:Dec. 

1911. 

Studies  in  Poetr\f  and  Romances.    By   Editor.    71:180:May    17, 

1902. 

To  Browning.    (A  Poem.)     By  Clement  G.  Clarke.    52:97: July 

20.  1895. 

Review  of  Arthur  Waugh's  Robert  Browning.    65:745: July  28. 

1900. 

Review  of  Lilian  Whiting's  The  Brownings,  Their  Life  and  Art 

99:878:Dec.  9.  1911. 


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A  Year's  Best  Books.  By  Editor.   60:81 6-81 7  :Dec.  3,  1898. 

Review  of  Dr.  Fanny  Zampini  Salazar  The  Brownings.  86:525: 

July  6.  1907. 
OUTRAM.  LEONARD  S. 

Love's   Value.    Colombe's  Birthday,  Act  IV.    (The  Avoipal  of 

Valepce.)  London  Browning  Society  Papers  8:87-94     821.88  Dbt. 
OVER  THE  TEACUPS 

By  Oliver   Wendell   Holmes.    Atlanhc   Monthly   66:92- 105: July 

1890. 
OVERLAND  MONTHLY 

Poetry  and  the  Spirit.    By  Everett  Earle  Stanard.    65:360-363: 

Jan.-June  1915. 
OWEN.  E.  C.  EVERARD 

The  Literary  Element  in  Modern  Side  Education  in  English  Pub- 
lic Schools.    Contemporary   Review    102:2:560-566. 

Literary  Teaching  in  Public  Schools.    Contemporary  Review  102: 

2:560-566. 
OWEN,  REV.  JOHN 

In  Memoriam — Robert  Browning.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning, 

Aleph  Tanner  112-114     821.88  Xht. 
OXFORD  AND  CAMBRIDGE  REVIEW 

Stymie.   By  I.  Gregory  Smith.   Littell's  Living  Age  276:93-100. 
OXFORD  AND  JOWETT 

By    A.    M.    Fairfairn.     Contemporary    Review    71 :829-851  :June 

1897. 
OXFORD  AND  STRATFORD.  MY  IMPRESSIONS  OF 

By    Yone-Noguchi.     Blackwood's    Magazine     199: 535-544: April 

1916. 
OXFORD  BOOK  OF  VICTORIAN  VERSE 

820.2  26. 

OXFORD  MINIATURE  EDITIONS 

Brownings  Poems.   Dial  31 :519:Dec.  16.  1901. 


P,  A.  C. 


Human  Brotherhood  in  Whitman  and  Browning:  A  Topical  Read' 

ing  Course.    Poet  Lore  10:3:421-24. 

Literatures  of  the  World.    Poet  Lore  10:4:598-604. 

The  Browning  Love  Letters.    Poet  Lore  11:2:301-309. 

New  Books  of  the  Season.    Poet  Lore  6:12:642. 

The  Pursuit  of  Happiness.    Poet  Lore  5:11:582-85. 

Socialism  in  Literature.    Poet  Lore   11:3:418-25. 

Some  Recent  British    Verse.    Poet  Lore  5:8:&9:462-66. 

The  Variorum  Midsummer  Night's  Dream.    Poet  Lore  7:12:628- 

629. 

The  Aims  of  Literary  Stud^.    Poet  Lore  7:5:270-72. 

Browning  Study  Hints.    Poet  Lore  5:8&9:453-55;   3:10:521-22; 

3:11:588-89;   3:12:637-39. 

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How  to  Stud)f  Bryant's  Thanatopsis.   Poet  Lore  6:10:520-26. 

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164.  . 

Suggestion  for  the  Discussion  of  King   Victor  and  King  Charles. 

Poet  Lore  2:4:198-99. 

Suggestions  for  the  Stud^  of  Strafford.    Poet  Lore  1 :4: 190-93. 

236-40;   1:6:282-86;    1:7:332-36;;   1:8:372-75;;   1:9:426-30;   1: 

12:562-65. 

Stud^  of  A  Winter  s  Tale  considered  in  connection  with  the  Alkes- 

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Stud^  Program.    Poet  Lore  8:5:272-78. 

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Angela  Orders  His  Dinner.    By  Bayard  Taylor. 

A  Bookman's  Memories.    By  Calverley.    From  Christian  Science 

Monitor  Jan.  4.  1921. 

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Inreger   Vitae,  Robert  Browning  Enlarges  Upon  It  in  Several  of 

His  Manners  and  Interpolates  a  Lyric.     (From  Including  Horace 

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Signa  Severa. 

The  Flight  of  the  Budget.   By  Rudyard  Kipling. 

Guide  to  Robert  Browning.   By  G.  L.  K. 

Home  Truths  From  Abroad.  After  Robert  Browning.   Anonymous. 

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In  a  Spanish  Cloister.    By  Wm.  Phelps. 

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The  Last  Ride  Together.   By  J.  K.  Stephen. 

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PATER,  W.  H. 

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Review  28:531  :Oct.  1877. 
PATHS  OF  GLORY,  THE 

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PATTISON.  MARK 

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Art  and  Eccentricity.    Eclectic  Magazine  1 38: 5 74-582: May  1902. 

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1903. 

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Tenn}fson,  Part  2.    Littell's  Living  Age   195:713-718. 
PAULINE 

A  Fragment  of  a  Confession.    By  Robert  Browning.    A  reprint  of 

the  original  edition  of  1833.    Edited  by  Thomas  J.  Wise.    Printed 

by  Richard  Clay  &  Sons,  London,  1886. 

This  volume  contains  all  the  marginal  notes  found  in  the   Forster 

copy  in  the  South  Kensington  Museum. 

By  Kingsland.    Poet  Lore  3:3:281-84. 

Poet  Lore  11:1  :Front  Page. 

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PAULINE  AND  BALZAC'S  LOUIS  LAMBERT  COMPARED 

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PAULINE,  THE  OLD  AND  THE  NEW 

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PAULINE,  OUTLINE  OF 

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PAULINE,  PARACELSUS 

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PAULINE,  QUERIES  ON 

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PAYN,  JAMES 

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net  published. 
PECK,  ANGIE  LACEY 

The  Different  Ideals  of  Shelley  and  Broivning.    Portion  of  thesis. 

The    Wellesley    Prelude    3:17:21  l-212:Jan.    30.    l892:Memarial 

Number. 
PECK,  H.  W. 

Mattherv  Arnold  as  a  Poet.    Arena  33:155-161 : Jan.  1905. 
PECULIAR  OBLIGATION  OF   THE  PUBLIC  HIGH  SCHOOL. 

THE 

By  George  H.  Martin.    Educational  Review  43:466:May  1912. 

PEET,  JEANIE 

Robert  Brotvning.    Century  72:253. 

Broivning.  Homage  to  Robert  Broivning,  Aleph  Tanner  57     821.68 

Xht. 


BROWNINGIANA  297 

PEIRCE.  LOUISE  FAGAN 

A    Guide  for  the  Blind.    Modern    Philology  6:4:487-502: April 

1909. 
PEN  PICTURES  OF  MODERN  AUTHORS 

The  UroHftiings    Literary   Life.    By    William   Shepard.    621.88 

Bsm. 

Literary  Life.  By  William  Shepard.   (Typewritten)     821.88  Bsm. 
PENDLEION.  CHARLOTIE 

Robert  Browning.   A  Poem.   Poet  Lore  1:11 :545. 

Salve.   Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  106     821.88 

Xht. 
PENN  MONTHLY.  THE 

Balaustions  Adventures.    (Critical  Review.)    By  R.  E.  Thompson. 

6:72:938-940:Dec.  1875. 

Magazine  Articles:  Red  Cotton  Night-Cap  Country.    By  R.  E. 

T.  4:45:657-661  :Sept.  1873;  Balaustions  Adventures.   By  R.  E. 

Thompson.    Dec.   18/5. 
PEOPLE'S  JOURNAL 

Two  Reviews  of  Bells  and  Pomegranates.    By  Henry  F.  Chorley. 

July  18,  1846.  and  Aug.  22.  1846. 
PEPPLER.  CHARLES  W. 

New   Grce^  Literature.    South  Atlantic   Quarterly    13:143: April 

1914. 
FERINE.  LOLITA 

Designed  and  hand  colored  Saul.    By  Robert  Browning.     821.88 

Sad. 
PERIOD  WITHOUT  GREAT  MEN  OF  LETTERS,  A 

Highways  and  Byways.  Chautauquan  61 :15-17:Dec.  1910. 

PERRY,  BLISS 

Colombes  Birthday  at  Smith's  College.  Outlook  46: July  21,  1892. 
Future  of  American  Literature.  Baylor  Literary  17:1 19-I23:jan. 
1909. 

PERRY.  JEANETTE  BARBOUR 

Is  Blank  Verse  Lawless?    Poet  Lore  8:8:534-35. 

PERSONAL.  DRAMATIS  (ILLUSTRATED) 

See  Dramatis  Personae. 
PERSONAL  RECOLLECTIONS  OF  BROWNING 

By   Kingsland.    Poet  Lore  2:3:130-133. 

PERSONAL  DRAMATIC  ROMANCES  AND  LYRICS 
Editorial.    Independent  71 :599. 

PERSONALIA 

By  Edmund  Gosse.    Poet  Lore  2:6:321. 

Intimate  Recollections  of  Famous  Men,  Political.  Literary,  Artistic, 
Social.  Various.   Robert  Browning  I'i'i-l'ib     Be  S577. 
Review.  By  Edmund  Gosse.   Independent  42:461 : April  3,  1890. 

PERSONALITIES 

Editorial.    Independent  39:2:1099;  40:1:616. 

PERSONALITY  AND  WORK  OF  BROWNING 

By  W.  M.  Payne.    See  Grcoler  English  Poets  of  the  Nineteenth 

Century.    821.01   P346g. 
PERSONALITY,  BROWNING'S,  NEW  LIGHTS  ON 

By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.    Dial  50:206-9:  March  16,  1911. 

PESSIMISM,  SOME  ASPECTS  OF 

By   Agnes    Repplicr.    Atlantic    Monthly   60: 756-766  :Dec.    1887. 


298  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

PETERS,  J.  P.,  AND  A.  B.  BRUCE  AND  OTHERS,  R.  G.  MOUL- 
TON 

The  Bible  as  Literature.   Biblical  World  9:311 -313 -.April  1897. 
PETERSON,  H.  C. 

Inductive  Studies.    Browning  for  Secondary  Schools,  Colleges  and 

Literary)  Clubs.    821.88  Dip. 
PETRARCH 

Browning's  Interpretation   of  Romantic  Love  as   Compared   With 

That  of  Plato,  Dante  and  Petrarch.    By   George  Willis   Cooke. 

Poet  Lore  6:5:225-238. 
PETRARCH,  MODERN  ECHOES  OF 

By  Anne  Russell  Marble.    Dial  37:29-31  : July   16,   1904. 
PHAEDRA  AND  PHEDRE 

By  Lionel   Tennyson.    Nineteenth  Century   7:58-77. 
PHEIDIPPIDES 

Robert  Browning.    Chautauquan  16:378-379:Dec.  1892. 
PHELPS.  C.  E.  D. 

Browning.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  58     821.88 

Xht. 
PHELPS,  ELIZABETH 

Robert  Browning.    Independent  41:2:1717. 
PHELPS,  MARY 

The  Jo\f-Element  of  Browning.   Poet  Lore  15:2:95-115. 
PHELPS-WARD,  ELIZABETH  STUART 

Robert  Browning.    Homage   to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

133    821.88  Xht. 

PHELPS.  WILLIAM  LYON 

An  Actress  Who  Placed  Browning.    Independent  83:394. 

Robert  Browning  and  Alfred  Austin.    Yale  7:580-591  :Oct.  1917. 

Robert  Browning,  How  to  Know  Him.    Bobbs-Merrill  Co.,  India- 
napolis, 1915.    821.88  Dph. 

Same.  English  Journal  4:682:Dec.  1915. 

Same.   (Review.)    Independent  84:278-279  :Nov._|5,  1915. 

Browning  and  M aetcrlincl^.    Independent  55.1  : 552-554;  March  5, 

1903;  2:2: 1398- 1400: June  11,  1903. 

Robert  Browning  as  Seen  fcj;  His  Son.    Century  85:417-420. 

Browning    in    France.     Modern    Language    Notes    31  :24-32:Jan. 

1916. 

Maeterlinclf's  Monna  Vanna  and  Robert  Browning.  Literary  Digest 

26:456-457:March  28,  1903. 

New  Light  on  Carl^le.    Forum  41  :599:June  1909. 

On  Robert  Browning.    Century  84 : 1 1 8- 1 27. 

The  Pure  Gold  of  Nineteenth  Century  Literature.   Current  Opinion 

43:515-518:Nov.  1907. 

Realism  and  Reality  in  Fiction.    Century  85:864-868. 
PHILLIPS,  STEPHEN 

By  Alice  Meynell.    (Poetry  Journal.)    Littell's  Living  Age  289: 

367-369. 

By  Arthur  Waugh.    Fortnightly  Review   105:92-98: Jan.    1916. 

PHILLIPS'  HEROD,  MR.  STEPHEN 

By  John  Lane.    World's  Work  1  : 666-667:  April  1901. 
PHILLIPS',  MR.  STEPHEN,  PLAY 

By  W.  P.  Trent.    Forum  29:1 16-128:March  1900. 

PHILLIPS,  THE  POETRY  OF  MR.  STEPHEN    ^ 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  191:75:Jan.  1900. 


BROWNINGIANA  299 

PHILOLOGY,  STUDIES  IN 

Lyrical   Conceit  of  the  Elizabethans.    By   Raymond   Macdonald 

Alden.    14: 129-1 52:April   1915. 
PHILOSOPHIC  DOUBTS  CONCERNING  CRITICISM 

Editorial.    Dial  48:34:Jan.    16.   1910. 
PHILOSOPHY  AND  RELIGION 

See   BroJ»ning   as   a   Philosophical   and    Religious    Teacher.     By 

Henry  Jones. 

By  John   Bury.    Brownings  Studies  28-46.    Edited  by   Edward 

Berdoe.    821.88  Vlbs. 

BroVfning's  Message  to  His  Time,  His  Religion,  Philosophy/  and 

Science.    By   Edward   Berdoe.     821.88   Dbm. 

By  John  Bury.    Browning  Society   Papers  3:255-277. 

By  Charles  C.  Everett.    Chapter  12   (Typewritten)     821.88  Rtb. 

Is    the    Philosophizing    Tendency    of   Present   English    Worlds   of 

Imagination  Injurious  to   Them  as   Worlds   of  Art?    Browning  is 

mentioned  in  this  Article.    The  Vassar   Miscellany  62:2:63:Jan. 

1877. 

See  under  Henry  Jones. 

See  Raleigh. 

The  Poetry  and  Philosophy  of  Bron^ning.    A  Handbool^  of  Eight 

Lectures.    By  Edward  Howard  Griggs".     821.88  Zgp. 

Some  Ethical  Aspects  of  Browning's  Philosophy.    By  Mrs.  A.  G. 

Jennings.    New   Unity  Old  Series  34: New   Series  4: 54-56: Sept. 

24.   1896. 

A  series  of   addresses,  essays   and  sermons  designed  to  set   forth 

great  truths  in  popular  form.   By  Augustus  Hopkins  Strong.  D.  D. 

Autographed  copy.     204  S923   (two  copies). 

By   Arria    S.    Huntington.     Memorial   Meeting    of    the    Syracuse 

Browning  Club  55-59     821.88  Bsy. 
PHILOSOPHY  9F  ART.  BROWNING'S 

By  Daniel  Dorchester,  Jr.    Boston  Browning  Society  Papers  99- 

118    821.88  Vbp. 
PHILOSOPHY  OF  FEMINISM,  THE 

By  George  Burman  Foster.    Forum  52:ll:July   1914. 
PHILOSOPHY  OF  LIFE,  BROWNING'S 

By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.    The  Study  Class   196-197     807 

Ml  67. 
PHOTOGRAPH  (MRS.  BROWNING)  AND  COMMENT 

Bookman  6:397-98: Jan.    1898. 
PICTURE,  BROWNING  HOUSE 

Bookman  23 :262. 
PICTURE  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

See  Portraits,  etc. 
PICTURE  OF  JOSEPH  MISLAND 

Scribner's  Magazine  20: 108: July  1896. 

PICTURES 

Illustrations  to  Browning's  Poems,  Part  1  :  Containing  Photographs 
of  (a)  Andrea  del  Sarto's  picture  of  himself  and  his  Wife,  in 
Pitti  Palace,  Florence,  which  suggested  Browning's  Poem  Andrea 
del  Sarto ;  (b)  Fra  Lippo  Lippi's  Coronation  of  the  Virgin,  in  the 
Accademia  delle  Belle  Arti,  Florence  (the  painting  described  at 
the  end  of  Browning's  Fra  Lippo)  ;  and  (c)  Guercino's  Angel  and 
Child  at  Fano  (for  The  Guardian  Angel);  with  an  introduction 
by  Ernest  Radford.  1882-1883. 
See  Poems,  Browning's,  Illustrations.    Below  298. 


300  BAYLO  \  UNIVERSITY 

PICTURES  IN  THE  POETRY  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING.  POE- 
TRY. RENAISSANCE 
By  Richard  Burton.    Poet  Lore  10:1:66-76. 

PICTURES  OF  BROWNING 

See  under  Men  of  Mark. 

PICTURES  OF  CHIVALRY,  BROWNING'S 

By  Helen  L.  Reed.    Poet  Lore  11:4:588-601. 

PICTURES  OF  FRENCH  LIFE  IN  BROWNING 

Programme  of  the  Boston  Browning  Society  1898-99.  Poet  Lore 
10:3:429-430:1898. 

PIED  PIPER.  THE 

An  Autumn  Song.  By  Louise  Betts  Edwards.  New  England 
Arranged  for  Stage  Representation  in  costume  by  Mr.  Sivori 
Levey. 

A  Child's  Story.  By  Robert  Browning.  Illustrated  by  Hope  Dun- 
lap,  with  twenty-one  illustrations  in  color  and  twenty-seven  in 
black  and  white.  Quarto,  56  pages.  Rand,  McNally.  Chicago 
and  New  York.     821.88  Hppd. 

Magazine  New   Series    19:6U8:Jan.    1899.     (Typewritten.) 
By  Robert  Brmvning.     821.88  Hppb. 
By  Robert  Browning.    Boston,  1899.     821.88  Hppb. 
A  Child's  Slot}).   By  Robert  Browning.   Illustrated  by  Hope  Dun- 
lap.     821.88  Hppd. 

By   Robert    Browning.     Arranged   and    adapted    for   children   by 
Miss  M.  M.  Eager,  Boston,  1899.     821.88  Hppb. 
Illustrated  by  Kate  Greenaway.    Frederick  Warne  &  Co.,  London. 
821.88  Hpp3. 
See  Hamelin. 
See  Music. 
See  A.  G.  Shireff. 
Poet  Lore  12:1:105. 

Print  from  H.  Kaulbach's  Painting.  By  H.  Kaulbach.  Frank  Les- 
lie's 44:157. 

Set  forth  in  a  series  of  designs  and  decorative  borders  by  Harry 
Quilter,  Barrister-at-Law,  and  written  in  ornamental  text  by  Mary, 
his  wife.     821.88  Hppq. 

Water-Colour  Drawing  by  the  late  G.  J.  Pinwell.  31.    A  List  of 
Etchings  Published  by  Robert  Dunthorne  at  the  Cabinet  of  Fine 
Arts,  Vigo  Street,  London,   1884. 
Boston,  1899.    821.88  Hppb. 
821.88   Pmtw. 

Souvenir  Program  of  the  "Piper"  at  Stratford  on  Avon,  picture 
containing  greetings  from  Sir  Benamin  and  Lady  Stone. 

PIED  PIPER  OF  HAMELIN,  STORY  OF 
Aldine  4:6:90: June  1871. 
Frank  Leslie's  44:237. 

PIED  PIPER  OF  HAMELIN.  CAVALIER  TUNES.  THE  LOST 
LEADER,  AND  OTHER  POEMS,  THE 
By   Robert   Browning.     The  Riverside   Literature  Series.     821.88 
Hpph. 

PIED  PIPER,  TOWN  OF 

By    Frederick    Wedmore.     821.88    Pmtw. 

PIER.  FLORIDA 

The  Gentler  Viev>.  Drowning  and  the  Lost  Corl(.  Harper's  Weekly 
54:2777:27:March  12.  1910. 


BROWNINGIANA  ^1 

PIETRO  OF  ABANO  AND  THE  LEADING  IDEAS  OF  DRA- 
MATIC IDYLS.  SECOND  SERIES  1880 

By  J.  Sharpe.    Berdoe's  Browning  Studiei  21-27     821.68  VIbt. 
PIETRO  OF  ABANO,  BROWNING'S 

Poet  Lore  3:12:653-54. 
PIETRO  OF  ABANO.  ON 

And  the  Leading  Ideas  of  Dramatic  Id^h.    Second  Series,   1880. 

By  J.  Sharpe.    Browning  Society  Papers  2:191-197     821.88  Dbi. 
PIETRO  OF  ABANO,  VARIANTS  OF  BROWNING'S 

By  C.   Porter.    Poet  Lore  3:2:577-88. 
PIGOU,  A.  C 

The  Optimism  of  Browning  and  Meredith.    Littell's  Living  Age 

246:415-422. 
PILGRIMAGE.  A  BROWNING 

By  Arthur  J.  Whyte.    (Contemporary  Review.)    Littell's  Living 

Age  277:542-550. 
PILGRIMAGE  TO  THE  HAUNTS  OF  BROWNING  (HOME  OF 

PIPPA)  AND  AN  OUTLINE  STUDY  OF  PIPPA  PASSES 

By  Pauline  Leavens.     821.88  Lla. 
PILGRIMS  PROGRESS 

A   Chapter  From    The  Modern  Pilgrim's  Progress.    Slander  and 

Gossip.    (Complied.)    Poem  Dedicated  to  Robert  Browning.  Print- 
ed for  Private  Circulation   1882.     821.88  P744m. 
PILLAR  AT  SEBZEVAH.  A 

See  Music. 
PILOT 

Classical   and   Modern    Literature.     By   R.    Y.   Tyrrell.    LitteH** 

Livmg  Age  240:567-570. 
PINWELL,  G.  J. 

The  Pied  Piper  of  Hamelin  after  the  Water-Colour  Drawing  by 

the  late.    A  List  of  Etchings  Published  by  Robert  Dunthome  at 

the  Cabinet  of  Fine  Arts,  Vigo  Street,  London,  1884.    31. 
PIPER,  PETER 

For  True  Story  of  Peter  Piper  see  A.  G.  Shireff.    The  Tale  of 

Florentius. 
PIPPA 

Ideal  IVomanhood  in  the  Masterpieces  of  Dante,  Goethe  and  Rob' 

ert  Browning.    See   Modern   Poci  Prophets.    By   Wm.   Norman 

Guthrie.     804  G984m   (Copy   1). 

Same.  Copy  2. 
PIPPA  PASSES 

A   Drama   by   Robert   Browning.     With    Drawings   by   L.   Leslie 

Brooke.    (Two  copies.)    Duckworth  &  Co.,  London.  1898.     821.88 

Hppd. 

Athenaeum  737:952:Dec.   11,   1841. 

Browning's  Bells  and  Pomegranates.   By  Henry  F.  Chorley.    Peo- 
ple's Journal  38-40: July   18.    1846     821.88  Dpj. 

Browning's  Song.    By  Edith  Giles.    American  Primary   Teacher. 

By  Mary  R.  Baldwin.    Poet  Lore  11:4:575-577. 

Dodge  Publishing  Co.,  New  York.     821.88  Hpsdn. 

Duffield  &  Co..  New  York.   1909.     821.88  Hpsd. 

Dodge  Publishing  Co..  New  York.     821.88  Hpsdn. 

Everybody's  Magazine  12:287-288: Feb.  1905. 

Emerson  College  Magazine  20:3: 146- 150: Jan.   1912. 

By  Henry  F.  Chorley.    People's  Journal  38-40     821.88  Dpj, 

By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  1:1:19-22. 

By  Ro|>ert  Browwng.    821.83  Hf»d 


302  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

Illustrated   by    Margaret   Armstrong.    Dodd,   Mead    &   Co.,   New 

York,  1903.    821.88  Hppa. 

See  Heroines  in  Chains.    Poet  Lore  20:3. 

Independent  54:3009:1902. 

Pippa    Passes,    Christmas    Boo)(.     Athenaeum    3706:647:Nov.    5, 

1898. 

See    Men    and    Women,    illustrated    by    Eleanor    F.    Brickdale. 

821.88  Hppbm. 

(From  Papers  of  the  Boston  Society.)    By  Isabel  F.  Bellows.   Poet 

Lore  6:3:133-50. 

A  Short  Note  concerning  the  performance  of  Pippa  Passes.    Poet 

Lore    16:1:142. 

Pippa  Passes.    By  Vincent  Starrett. 

Statue   by   Louise   Allen.     Described    in    Dallas    Saturday    Night 

Feb.  21.   1920. 
PIPPA  PASSES  AND  MEN  AND  WOMEN 

By  Robert  Browning.    Illustrated  by  Eleanor  Fortescue  Brickdale. 

Chatto  &  Windus,  1908.     821.88  Hppbm. 

By  Eleanor  F.  Brickdale.    Dial  49:473:Dec.   I,   1910. 
PIPPA  PASSES  AND  OTHER  POETIC  DRAMAS 

By  Robert  Browning  with  an  Introductory  Note  by  Frank  Rinder. 

1833-1842.   Contains:  Pauline,  Paracelsus,  Strafford,  Pippa  Passes, 

King    Victor    and    King    Charles.     Walter    Scott,    Ltd.,    London. 

821.88  Hppr. 
PIPPA  PASSES  AND  PIPPA  DANCES 

By  Helen  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  20:2:122-28. 
PIPPA  PASSES,  KING  VICTOR  AND  KING  CHARLES 

By  Robert  Browning.    Original  issue  in  Bells  and  Pomegranates. 

Two  copies.    First  Edition.     821.88  Hpsv. 
PIPPA  PASSES  ON  THE  STAGE 

By   David  K.  Lambuth.    Poet  Lore   18:1:107-112. 
PIPPA  PASSES,  OPTIMISM  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

By  M.  Maeterlinck.    S\fmbolism     842.91    M186br. 
PIPPA  PASSES.  SONG  FROM 

Correct  English  12:1 :96:April   1911;   also  Country  Life   10:317: 

July  1906. 

The  Year's  at  the  Spring.    By  Robert  Browning.    Kaicho  On  132- 

133.    Translated  into  Japanese  by  Bin  Uyeda.     821.88  Xku. 

Life  and  Letters.    Poet   Lore    13:1:156-157. 

See  Music. 
PIPPAS  POWER,  THE  SECRET  OF 

By  C.  J.  Woodbury.    Poet  Lore  3:6&7:350-52. 
PIPPA  GEHT  VORUBER 

By   Robert   Browning.    Deutsch   von   Henry   Heiseler.     Im    Insel- 

Verlag  Zu  Leipzig. 
PLACE  IN  LITERATURE,  MR.  BROWNING'S 

By   Mrs.   Alexander  Orr.     Liltell's   Living   Age    122:67-85;    alto 

Contemporary  Review  23:934-965. 
PLACES  OF  INTEREST  TO  THE  BROWNING  STUDENT 

Compiled  by  A,  Joseph  Armstrong.     821.88  A625pb. 
PLAGIARISM.  THE  ART  OF 

By    Edward    Wright.     Contemporary    Review    85:51 4-5 18: April 

1904. 
PLANS  FOR  THE  PRESERVATION  OF  THE  BROWNING  LET- 

TERS 

Dial  56:393:May  1.  1914, 


BROWNINGIANA  303 

PLATO 

Browning's  Interpretation  of  Romantic  Love  aa  Compared   With 

That  of  Plato,  Dante  and  Petrarch.    By  George  Willis  Cooke. 

Poet  Lore  6:5:225-238. 
PLAYS  AND  POEMS.  BROWNING'S 

By  James  Russel  Lowell.    Round  Table.    (Typewritten)     821.88 

Dirt. 
PLAYS.  ROBERT  BROWNING.  WRITER  OF 

By  W.  L.  Courtney.    Eclectic   (New  Series)  3:38:358-366:Sept. 

1883. 

By  W.  L.  Courtney.  Studies  Old  and  New  100-123     820.4  C865s. 

Fortnightly  Review   198:880-900: June  1.   1883:New  Series. 
PLAYS  OF  A  GREAT  POET.  THE 

By   Gilbert    Murray.     (Speaker.)     LittelFs   Living  Age  247:244- 

248. 
PLAYWRIGHT  AND  THE  PLAY  GOERS,  THE 

By  Brander  Matthews.    Atlantic  Monthly  102:421 -426: July  1908. 
PLEA  FOR  THE  BRITISH  COMPOSER,  A 

By  A.  E.  Keeton.    Fortnightly  Review  89:237 :Feb.  1908. 
PLEA  FOR  THE  POETS.  A 

Editorial.    Century  52:316-31 7  :June  1896. 

Editorial.    Literary  Digest  13:267-268: June  27.  1896. 
PLEA  FOR  THE  POPULAR  IN  LITERATURE,  A 

By  J.  A.  Spender.    Nineteenth  Century  61 :645-657: April   1907; 

also  Littell's  Living  Age  253:348-358:May  11,  1907. 
PLEA  FOR  THE  RAGGED  SCHOOLS  OF  LONDON,  A 

By  Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    First  Edition   1854.    Ver^  rare. 

821.88  Gtpr. 
PLEA  FOR  THE  STUDY  OF  BROWNING 

By  Margaret  Connally.   Arena  20:623-33  :Dec.  1898. 
PLEASURE 

By  Clyde  W.  Broomell.    New  Church  Review   16:575-585:Ocl. 

1909. 
PLEASURE:  A  HERESY 

By  Agnes  Repplier.    Atlantic  Monthly  67:393-402:March   1891. 
PLEIADE  AND  THE  ELIZABETHANS,  THE 

By   W.    Holman    Hunt.     Edinburgh   Review    205:353-397: April 

1907. 
PLIGHT  OF  THE  POET,  THE 

Nation  92:362-363: April  1911. 
PLOT  CULTURE 

See  Music. 

PLOWMAN  AND  THE  PEER,  THE 

By  Murtel  Tarrant.    Baylor  Literary   18:355-359:May   1910. 

PLOWMAN.  THOMAS  F. 

From  the  Land  of  Letters.    (Cornhill.)    Littell's  Living  Age  288: 
598-609. 

PLUS  AND  MINUS 

By  Alan  Sullivan.    Scribner's  Magazine  46:368:Sept.   1909. 

POCKET  EDITION.  BROWNING'S 

Dial  53:355:Nov.   1,   1912. 
POE  AND  ROSSETTI,  A  COMPARISON 

By  Agnes  Arbuckle.   Baylor  Literary  1 8:304-307: April  1910. 
POE  FIFTY  YEARS  AFTER 

By  Edwin  W.  Bowen.    Forum  31 :501  :Jui»e  1901,      - 


304  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

POE  IN  NEW  YORK 

By  George  E.  Woodberry.    Century  48:854-866:Oct.   1894. 
POE,  THE  POETRY  OF 

By  Edwin  Markham.    Arena  32: 170- 175: Aug.  1904. 
POEU  WILLIAM 

Poeir^    and   Drama.     Contemporary    Review    104:699-707: Nov. 

1913. 

POEM 

Unfinished  Draft  of  a  Poem  Which  Ma^  Be  Entitled  Aeschyfliu 

To  Ed  Fitzgerald.    Athenaeum  3220:14:July   13,    1889. 

Solioqu^.    By   Editor.    Comhill   Magazine   209:New  Series :647: 

Lines  Addressed  to  Levi  Thaxter.    Poet  Lore  l:7:398:Aug.  1889. 

Nov.  1913;  also  Current  Opinion  56:55:Jan.  1914. 

Two  Unpublished  Poems:    (1)   Moses  of  Michael  Angelo;    (2) 

On  Being  Defied  to  Express  in  a  Hexameter,  You  Ought  to  Sit 

on   the   Safet\f    Valve.    By    Robert   Browning.    Yale   4:l-2:Oct. 

1916;  also  Literary  Digest  49: 1234: Dec.  19.  1914. 

A  Sonnet.    By  Robert  Browning.    Cornhill  Magazine  Feb.   1914 

821.88  So. 

POEM,  BROWNING'S  PROFOUNDEST 

By  T.  W.  Higginson.   Literary  Digest  23:39: July  13.  1901. 

POEM  WHICH  WAS  MISTAKEN  FOR  BROWNING'S,  A 

By  Ophelia  G.  Browning.    Literary  Digest  19: 130: July  29.  1899. 

POEMS 

Browning's  Poems  31-45.  By  S.  Margaret  Fuller.  In  Papers  on 
Literature  and  Art.     821.88. 

POEMS,  ANTHOLOGIES 

Bronson's  English  Poems,  Nineteenth  Century.     811.08  B864a. 

The    Cyclopedia    of    Practical    Quotations.     (Revised    Edition.) 

By  J.  K.  Hoyt.   4.  20.  27.  74.  77.  87.  101.  116,  130.  132.  146. 

161.  186,  216.  223.  240.  246. 

English  History  Told  by  English  Poets.   Compiled  by  H.  L.  Bates 

and  Katherine  Cowan.    310-316,  317-319. 

The   English   Poets.     By     Thomas     Humphrey     Ward.      5:1-39 

821.08W263  V.  5. 

See  J.  M.  Manly's  English  Poetry.    474-498     821.08  M279. 

Masterpieces  of  the  World's  Best  Literature.   Edited  by  Henry  T. 

Peck.   4:1733-1755    R803  P366  Vol.  4. 

Standard  English  Poems.    Compiled  by  Henry  S.  Pancoast. 

Vers  de  Societe  Anthology.     821.08  W453-V. 

Warner — Library  of  World's  Best  Literature  5:2557-2565.    E.  L. 

Burlingame.    Selections  2565-2593. 

POEMS.  BROWNING'S:  ILLUSTRATIONS 

Illustrations  to  Part  1:  (1)  The  Coronation  of  the  Virgin.  By 
Fra  Lippo  Lippi;  (2)  Andrea  del  Sarto  and  His  Wife;  (3)  The 
Angel  and  Child.    Cuercino. 

Illustrations  to  Browning's  Poems,  Part  2,  Containing:  (d)  A 
Photo-Engraving  of  Mr.  C.  Fairfax  Murray's  drawing  of  Andrea 
del  Sarlo's  picture  named  above;  (e)  A  Woodbury  type  copy  of 
Fradelle's  Cabinet  Photograph  of  Robert  Browning  in  three  sizes, 
to  bind  with  the  Society's  Illustrations  and  Papers  and  Browning's 
Poems;  (e)  Presented  by  Mrs.  Sutherland  Orr;  (f)  Reductions 
in  fcap.  8  vo.  to  bind  with  Browning's  Poems,  of  d,  b,  c,  above, 
and  of  (g),  the  Engraving  of  Guorcino's  First  Sketch  for  his 
Angel  and  QM   1862-1663. 


BROWNINGIANA  "     -  305 

POEMS.  COMPLETE 

Camberwell  Edition.  Edited  with  Introduction  and  Notes  by  Char' 
lotte  Porter  and  Helen  A.  Clarke.  Contents:  (1)  Pauline,  Para- 
celsua,  Pippa  Passes,  King  Victor  and  King  Charles;  (2)  Stra- 
ford.  Bordello;  (3)  The  Return  of  the  Druses,  A  Blot  in  tht 
'Scutcheon,  Colombe's  Birthday^,  Luria,  A  Souis  Tragedy;  (4) 
Dramatic  Lyrics,  Dramatic  Romances,  Christmas  Eve,  and  Easter 
Day;  (5)  Men  and  Women,  In  a  Balcony,  Dramatis  Personae; 
(6)  The  Ring  and  the  Book.  Vol  1 ;  (7)  The  Ring  and  the  Book, 
Vol.  2;  (8)  Balauslions  Adventure,  Aristophanes  Apology;  (9) 
Prince  Hohenstiel-Schrvangau,  Fifine  at  the  Fair,  Pacchiarotto, 
Miscellaneous  Poem;  (10)  Red  Cotton  Night-Cap  Country,  The 
Inn  Album,  The  Ttvo  Poets  of  Croisic;  (II)  The  Agamemnon  of 
Aeschylus,  La  Saisiaz,  Dramatic  Idyls,  Jocoseria;  (12)  Ferishtah's 
Fancies,  Parleyings  With  Certain  People,  Asolando.  Thomas  Y. 
Crowcll  &  Co.,  New  York.  821.88  Gpc. 
Camberwell  Edition.    Poet  Lore  10:4:607. 

Cambridge    Poets:    Browning.     Edited    by    Horace    E.    Scudder. 
(Two  copies)     821.88  Ghw. 
Cambridge   Editio(\     821.88. 

Cambridge  Edition  of  Browning.  Poet  Lore  8:5:271-272. 
Centenary  Edition.  Contents:  (1)  Pauline,  Paracelsus,  Sordello; 
(2)  Strafford,  Pipl^a  Passes,  King  Victor  and  King  Charles,  The 
Return  of  the  Druses,  A  Blot  in  the  'Scutcheon,  Colombe's  Birth' 
day;  (3)  Luria,  A  Soul's  Tragedy,  Dramatic  Lyrics,  Dramatic 
Romances;  (4)  C/iJ  slmas  Eve  and  Easter  Day,  Men  and  Women, 
In  a  Balcony,  Dran  atis  Personae;  (5)  The  Ring  and  the  Book, 
1-6;  (6)  The  Ring  vmd  the  Book,  7-12;  (7)  Balaustion's  Adven- 
ture, Prince  Hohens\  cl-Schwangau,  Fifine  at  the  Fair,  Red  Cotton 
Night-Cap  Country;  '8)  Aristophanes'  Apology,  The  Inn  Album, 
The  Agamemnon  of  Aeschylus;  (9)  Pacchiarotto  and  How  He 
Worked  in  Distempe-f  with  Other  Poems,  La  Saisiaz,  The  Two 
Poets  of  Croisic,  Dr  matic  Idyls,  with  Seven  Additional  Poems; 
(10)  Jocoseria,  FerisI  Sah's  Fancies,  Parleyings  With  Certain  Peo- 
ple of  Importance  in  Their  Day,  Asolando. 
The  Complete  Wori  t  of  Robert  Browning..  Fireside  Edition, 
Boston  and  New  Yoi'c,  1906.  Contents:  (1)  Pauline,  Paracelsus, 
Pippa  Passes;  (2)  1  ramaiic  Lyrics,  The  Return  of  the  Druses, 
Etc.;  (3)  r/j(  Ring  i  ic/  the  Book;  (4)  Christmas  Eve  and  Easter 
Day,  Men  ana  Wome  •,  Etc. ;  (5)  Red  Cotton  Night-Cap  Country, 
Aristophanes'  Apolog\  The  Inn  Album,  Pacchiarotto  and  How 
He  Worked  in  Distei  t>er,  and  Other  Poems;  (6)  The  Agamem- 
non of  Aeschylus,  La  laisiaz.  The  Two  Poets  of  Croisic,  Dramatic 
Idyls,  Jocoseria,  Feris  tab's  Fancies  and  Parleyings.  821.88  Gfe. 
Globe  Edition  (in  one  volume).  Edited  by  Augustine  Birrell, 
1915.    821.88  Gmnb. 

Complete  Poetical  ant    Dramatic  Works.    A  Criticism.    Edited  by 
John  Burroughs.    Atl  htic  77:272-274:Feb.   1896. 
The  Poetical  Works  o.   Robert  Browning.  New  Edition  with  Addi- 
tional Poems.    First  P  blished  in  1914.    The  Macmillan  Co.,  New 
York,  1915.    621.88  <  '.mnb. 

Same.  In  Two  Volun  «.    The  Macmillan  Co.,  New  York,  1901. 
821.88  Gb. 

Two  volume  published   n  one,  on  India  paper.   Published  by  John 
Murray,  191V.    821.88  Gbmb. 
TvFtt  voh«n«*    PuWiehe*   by  JoU  Murray.  1919.    8^.1.88  OmZv. 


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The  Poetic  md  Dram  lie  Wor}(s  of  Robert  Broivnirxg.  In  six 
volumes.  Rii  :rside  Edit  m.  Houghton,  MifFlin  &  Co.,  Boston  and 
New  York.    821.88  Gh  r. 

Riverside  E  fition:  (1)  Pauline,  Paracelsus,  Strafford  ,Sordello, 
Pippa  Passe  ,  King  Vict  r  and  King  Charles;  (3)  The  Ring  and 
the  Boo^  (l» ,o  copies)  ;  i  4)  Christmas  Eve  and  Easter  Day,  Men 
and  IV omen ^  In  a  Dalco  y.  Dramatis  Personae,  Balaustions  Ad' 
venture,  Prl \ce  Hohenst  d-Schivangau,  Fifine  at  the  Fair;  (5) 
Red  Cotton  \ight-Cap  C  mntry,  Aristophanes*  Apology,  The  Inn 
Album,  Pa  zhiarotto  am  How  He  Worked  in  Distemper  and 
Other  Poem  ;  (6)  The  Agamemnon  of  Aeschylus,  La  Saisiaz, 
The  Two  F  >ets  of  Croisic,  Dramatic  Idyls,  Jocoseria,  Ferishtah's 
Fancies  and  Parleyings.  h 

Oxford  Edi  ion.    By  Hei   y  Froude.    1905     821.88  Gox.  ^' 

Copyright  Edition.  British  authors.  Bernard  Tauchnitz,  Leipzig. 
Vol  1,  A  Soul's  Tragedy,  Luria,  Christmas  Eve  and  Easter  Day, 
Men  and  Women;  Vol.  2,  In  a  Balcony,  Dramatic  Personae, 
Dramatic  Romances;  Vol.  3,  Lyrics,  Dramas,  Romances;  Vol.  4, 
The  Ring  and  the  Boo^  and  Later  Poems.     821.88  Gbt. 

POEMS.  SELECTIONS 

Second  Sen  s.   Secoad  Edition.  Smith,  Elder  &  Co.,  1880.     821.88 

Gwss. 

In  two  vol  mes.    A   New    Edition.    London:    Chapman   &   Hall, 

186  Strand,  1849.   Autographed  by  Frederic  G.  Stephens.     821.88 

Gpc  Vol.    \     Vol.  2. 

By   Robert    Browning.     The   Masterpiece   Library.     First    Series. 

Reviews  of   r^eviews  Office,  London.     821.88  Gpml. 

By  Robert   Browning.    In   two  volumes.     Chapman   &   Hall,    186 

Strand,  Lo  don,  1849.     821.88  Gpc. 

By  Robert    Browning.    In  two  volumes.     821.88  Gpc. 

By   Robert    Browning.     First    Series.     The    Masterpiece   Library. 

821.88  Gp,  1. 

By  Robert   Browning.     In   two  volumes.    New   Edition.    Boston: 

Tichnor,  R  ed  &  Fields.    Reviewed  in  Literary  World  487-488: 

Dec.  8,  1849. 

A   Brownit  i  Treasure  Boo}(,  Extracts  From  Browning.    Selected 
and  arrang  d  by  Alice  M.  Warburton.     821.88  Stw. 
Selections  From  the  Poetical  Worlds  of  Robert  Browning.    Second 
Series.    Se<  md  Edition.    Smith,  Elder  &  Co.     821.88  Gwss. 
Same.  Lon  on:  Chapman  &  Hall  193  Piccadilly,  1863.   First  Col- 
lection of  •  irowning's  Poems.     821.88  Gsl. 

Browning'i  Shorter  Poems.  Selected  and  Edited  by  Franklin  T. 
Baker.    821 .88  Gspb. 

Select  Poe  is  of  Robert  Browning.  Edited  with  Introduction  and 
Notes.  By  Richard  Burton.  The  Belles-Letlres  Series.  821.88 
Gbb. 

Pomegranat  \  From  an  English  Garden.  A  Selection  from  the 
Poems  of  R  hert  Browning.  With  Introduction  and  Notes  by  John 
Monro   Gibi  m. 

Poems.  By  Robert  Browning.  Edited  with  an  Introduction  and 
Notes.  By  Cornelia  Beare.  Merrill's  English  Texts.  821.88  Gpb. 
Select  Poems  of  Robert  Browning.  Arranged  in  Chronological 
Order  with  Biographical  and  Literary  Notes.  By  A.  J,  George, 
Little.  Brown  &  Co.,  Boston,  1905.    821.88  Ggl, 


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Poems  of  Robert  Broit>mng.  Selected  and  Edited  by  Charles  W. 
Hodell.  English  Readings  for  SrNools.  Henry  Holt  &  Co.,  New 
York.  1911.    821.88  Ghp. 

Same.  With  Introduction  by  Ric..„/d  Garnett  and  Illustrations  by 
Byam  Shaw.     821.88  Ggb. 

Selections  From  Broi»nmg's  Poems.    By  J.  Charles  Hazzard. 
The  Brorvnings  for  the   Young.    Edited  by  Frederic  G.  Kenyon. 
821.88  Syk. 

Selections  From  the  Poetic  lVorl(s  of  Robert  BrotPning.  John  W. 
Lovell  Co.,  New  York.     821.88  Gsl. 

Poems  From  Brontning.    Edited  with   Introduction  and  Notes  by 
Robert  Morss  Lc^ett.     (Two  copies)     821.88  Glsg. 
Lyrical  and  Dramatic  Poems.    Selected  from  the  Works  of  Robert 
Browning.  With  an  extract  from  Stedman's  Victorian  Poets.  Edited 
by  Edward  T.  Mason.     821.88  Gms. 

A  Selection  From  the  Worlds  of  Robert  Broi^ning.  Moxon's 
Minature  Poets.  London:  Edward  Moxon  &  Co.,  Dover  Street, 
1865.    First  Edition.     821.88  Gms. 

By  Robert  Browning.  See  Edmund  Reute.  In  German.  821.88 
Gspr. 

Selections  From  the  Poems  and  Plays  of  Robert  Bron>ning.  Edited 
for  School  Use.  By  Myra  Reynolds.  The  Lake  English  Series. 
821.88  Gle. 

Selections  From  the  Poetry  of  Robert  Bron>ning.  Browning  for 
the  Trenches.   Two  copies.     821.88  Sbww. 

5e/ec<  Poems  of  Robert  Brorvning.  Edited  with  Notes  by  William 
J.  Rolfe  and  Heloise  E.  Hersey.  American  Book  Co.  821.88 
Grh. 

Selections  From  Browning.  Edited  by  Frederick  Ryland.  BeWs 
English  Classics.  George  Bell  &  Sons,  London,  1900.  821.88  Gr$. 
Selection  From  the  Poetry  of  Robert  Browning.  With  an  Intro- 
duction. By  Richard  Grant  White.  821.88  Gwcd. 
Same.  With  an  Introduction  by  Richard  Grant  White.  Dodd, 
Mead  &  Co.  Reviewed  in  Literary  World  14:10:157: May  19, 
1883. 

By  Browning.  The  Masterpiece  Library.  LondonS  Stead's  Pub- 
lishing House.     821.88  Gpml. 

Selections  From  Browning.  With  an  Introduction  by  Steadman. 
808.1    S812. 

Selections  by  Julius  E.  Warren.  Eclectic  English  Classics.  821.88 
Owa. 

The  Poems  and  Selections  of  Robert  Browning.  1833-1844.  J.  M. 
Dent  &  Co.,  London.     821.88  Gde. 

Same.  With  Introduction  by  Arthur  Waugh.  (Everyman's  Li- 
brary.) Contains:  Pauline,  Paracelsus,  Strafford,  Sordello,  Pippa 
Passes,  King  Victor  and  King  Charles,  The  Return  of  the  Druses, 
A  Blot  in  the  'Scutcheon,  and  Colombe's  Birthday.  821.88  Gde. 
All's  Well.  Being  optimistic  thoughts  from  the  writings  of  Robert 
Browning.  Selected  by  Graham  Hope.  821.88  Saw. 
Thoughts  From  Browning.  Selected  and  Edited  by  Ann  Bachelor. 
821.88  Stb. 

Browning:  Biographical  Notes,  Appreciations  and  Selections  From 
His  Fifty  Men  and  Women.    By  Pauline  Leavens.     821.88  XI. 

POEMS  DEALING  WITH  MUSIC 

Abt  Vogler,  Charles  Avison,  Balaustion's  Adventure,  Fifine  at 
the  Fair,  The  Qrammarian's  Funeral,  Heretic's  Tru^edy,  Master 


308  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

Hugucs  of  Saxc-Cotha.  Saul,  Serenade  at  a   Villa,   Toccata  of 

Caluppi's,  Up  at  a  Villa — DoD^n  in  a  City^,  Youth  and  Art. 
POEMS  AND  LYRICS  OF  THE  JOY  OF  THE  EARTH 

By  George  Meredith.   Athenaeum  2909: 103- 104: July  28,  1883. 
POEMS  AND  BALLADS  OF  SWINBURNE 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  171 :5:429-452: April  1890. 
POEMS  BY  PERCY  AINSWORTH 

Contemporary  Review  100:1 :  132-1 34: Literary  Supplement  No.  46. 
POEMS  BY  THE  WAY 

By  Wm.  Morris.   Athenaeum  3352:336-338:  March  12,  1892. 
POEMS  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING  TO  BE  SUNG,  RECITED,  OR 

PLAYED 

At   the   Centenary    Matinee,    Together   with    the    Commemoration 

Ode.    By   Alfred   Noyes.     Published    for   the   Poetry  Society  by 

J.  M.  Dent  &  Sons,  Ltd.,  London.     821.88  Gemn. 
POEMS  OF  LOUISE  CHANDLER  MOULTON,  THE 

By  B.  O.  Flower.    Twentieth  Century  l:150:Nov.  1909. 
POEMS  ON  GOD  AND  IMMORTALITY  AS  BEARING  ON  LIFE 

HERE,  BROWNING'S 

By    William    F.    Revell.     Browning    Society    Papers    4:435-454 

821.88  Dbs. 
POEMS  ON  SEyERAL  OCCASIONS 

By  Austin  Dobson.    Independent  42:190. 
POEMS,  REVIEWS 

American  Review  28  new  Series  (64  Whole  No.)  388-399: April 

1850. 

Athenaeum  2752:1 10-1 1 1  :July  24,   1880. 

By  Matthew  Arnold.   Athenaeum  301 7:229-230: Aug.  22,  1885. 

The   Works  of  Browning.    Athenaeum  4444: 776: Dec.  28,    1912. 

Robert  Browning's  Complete   IVorka.    Bookman.    The  Bookman's 

Table.    2:535-36:Feb.   1896. 

The  Poetical   Wor^s  of  Robert  Browning.    Bootman  4:480-81: 

Jan.  1897. 

Browning's  Poetical  IVor^s.    (List  of  books  published  during  the 

month.)    Bookman  4:495:Jan.  1897. 

Browning's  Latest  Poems.    By  G.    Christian  Spectator  44:57: Jan. 

1865    821.88  Dip. 

The  Minor  Poets  of  the  Da^.    Christian  Remembrancer  346: April 

1851     821.88  Dcr. 

By  E.   I.  H.    (St.  Paul's.)    Eclectic  Magazine  New  Series  13:3: 

267-279:  March  1871. 

Editorial.    Eclectic  Magazine   18:453. 

Select  Poems  of  Robert  Browning.    By  Percival  Chubb.    Educa- 
tion  Magazine  36:626. 

By  Margaret  Fuller  Ossoli.   In  Art  Literature  and  the  Drama  207- 

221     814  084al. 

Poetic  and  Dramatic  IVor^s.    Editorial.    Independent  39:1:622. 

New  Edition  of  Poetical   lVorf(s  of  Browning.    Editorial.    Inde- 
pendent 40:2:884. 

Poetical  Works  of  Robert  Browning.    Editorial.    Independent  41 : 

1:541. 

Complete    Works   of   Robert   Browning.    By   George   D.    Spraul. 

Literary  Digest  20:291  :  March  3,   1900. 

Robert  Browning's  Shorter  Poems.    Independent  42:526. 

Poetical    Works   of   Robert   Browning.    Independent   46:2:1658- 

1659:Dpc20.  1894«  ' 


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The  Complete  Poetic  and  Dramatic  JVorl^s  of  Robert  DroVfning. 

Independent  47:2:1442:1895. 

Robert  Uroufning's  Poems.    Literary  World   149:487-488: Dec.  8, 

1849. 

(ijt.  Paul's.)    Llttell's  Living  Age  108: 155- 166: Jan.   14,   1871. 

By  Wm.  Hand  Browne.    New  Eclectic  Magazine  5:6:711-725: 

Dec.   1869. 

Select  i^oems  of  Browning.    Outlook  81  :837. 

Discussions  of  l3rowning  s  Shorter  Poems.    Poet  Lore   1:2:567. 

Broivning  s  Pla}fs  and  i^'oems.    By  J.  K.  Lowell.    Round   Table 

66:3D/-^00     8zl.88  Ulrl. 

Bool(   I^otices:    Select   foems    of  Robert   Browning.     By   A.   J. 

George.   Lducation  Magazine  26:309-31 4 :Jan.  19U6;  26:;>09-3l4: 

June  1916. 

Selections  From  Robert  Browning.    By  Frederick  May  Holland. 

Athenaeum  2868 :489:Oct.  14,  1682. 

Review  of  L.  1 .  Mason's  Browning's  Ljfrical  and  Dramatic  Poems. 

Literary  \Vorid  l4:4::)8:teb.  24,   l88:>     821.88  Xmal. 

Oxford  M mature  Editions.   Dial  31  :5l9:Dec.  16,  l9Ul. 

Poems,    Dramatical    and    Lyrical.     By    John    Leicester     Warren. 

Athenaeum  >:)8^:49y'-4V8:/\pril  22,  1893. 
POEMS  SEl    lO  MUiJlC,  BKOwislisG 

By  Clara  K.atnleen  Rogers.    Emerson  College  Magazine  134: Jan. 

1912;  2U:3:lM:Jan.  lVl2. 
POESIE  ANGLAlSE,  LA 

Depuis  Li\fron.    By  M.  J.  Milsand.    Robert  Browning  2:661-689: 

July    15,    I8d1;    Elizabeth    Browning   3:339-361  :J an.    15,    18:)2 

821.8  M661. 
POET.  AN  AMERICAN 

Editorial.    Independent  40:2:1303-1304. 
POET  AND  HIS  CIRCLE,  A 

By  Percy  F.  Bicknell.    Dial  52:221 -3: March  16,  1912. 
POET  AND  HIS  MINISlER,  A 

By  Rev.  F.  W.  Cunsauius.    Independent  39:1:553. 
POET  AS  PHILOSOPHER,  THE 

By  B.  O.  Flower.    Arena  39:323-331  :March  1908. 
POET,  His  MISSION  AND  MESSAGE,  THE 

By  B.  O.  Flower.   Arena  38:166-169. 
POET  IN  MODERN  LIFE,  THE 

Editorial.    Literary  Digest  27:772:Dec.  5,  1903. 
POET  LAUREATE,  IHE  POE'I ICAL  WORKS  OF  THE  NEW 

Contemporary  Review    104:284-286: Aug.    19l3:Literary   Supple- 
ment. 
POET  LAUREATE'S  LATEST 

Editorial.    Literary  Digest  14:583 :March  13,  1897. 
POET  LAUREATESHIP.  THE 

Eclectic  Magazine  126:97- 108: Jan.  1896. 

POET  LORE 

An  Abt  Vogler  Querjf  and  Answer.    By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    2:1: 

28-29. 

Address  on  Browning.    By  H.  N.  Hoxie.   2:1:43-46. 

The  Alkcstis  of  Euripides  and  of  Browning.    By  C.  A.  Wurt» 

burg.    2:7:345-360. 

Annals  of  a  Quiet  Browning  Club.    By  I.  N.  Cog.    7:5:225-240. 

Miss  Ariel's  Paper:  Part  II  of  Annals  of  a  Quiet  Browning  Club. 

By  I.  N.  Cog.   7:6&7:356-366. 


310  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

Miss   Ariel's   Paper   Discussed:    Part   III   of   Annals    of  a   Quiet 
Brojifmng  Cluh.  By  I.  N.  Cog.   7 :8&9 : 436-446. 
Aristophanes'  Philosophy  According  to  Brorvning.   By  Helen  Leah 
Reed.    5:5:237-247. 

Art  Poems  of  Robert  Browning.  By  D.  G.  Brinton.  2:1:40-43; 
2:2:146-147. 

The  Art  Spirit  in  Browning's  Flight  of  the  Duchess.  By  Charlotte 
Moore.    11:2:266-276. 

As  to  Sordello's  Egotism.  Statement  by  Miss  Wilson.  2:1:29. 
Ask  ^o<  One  Least  Word  of  Praise.  Set  to  Music  by  Helen  A. 
Clarke.   3:5:258-259. 

Asolando,  Fancies  and  Facts.    By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    2:2:94-100. 
Biographical  Facts  in  Regard  to  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Browning. 
By  Anne   H.   Wharton.    2:1:35-37. 
Bishop  Blougram.    16:1  :  137 :Spring  1905. 
A  Blot  in  the  'Scutcheon.    Life  and  Letters.    12:1:153-154. 
The  Boston  Browning  Memorial  Service.    By  Alice  Kent  Robert- 
son.  2:3:152-155.  «| 
Boston  Browning  Society  Papers.    By   Helen   A.   Clarke.     10:3:  Wtn 
443-445. 

Mr.  Breeze's  Paper  Discussed.  Part  V  of  Annals  of  a  Quiet 
Browning  Club.    7:12:619-624. 

Robert  Browning — A  Poem.  By  Charlotte  Pendleton.  1:11 :545. 
Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning's  Account  of  Her  Husband's  Court- 
ship.   10:2:316-318. 

Browning  as  Chief  Poet  of  the  Age.  By  Wm.  G.  Kingsland. 
1:11:535. 

Browning  as  a  Dramatic  Poet.  Papers  of  the  Boston  Browning 
Society.    By  Henry  Jones.    6:1:13-28. 

Robert  Browning  as  a  Letter  Writer.  By  William  G.  Kingsland. 
8:2:78-84. 

Browning  as  Others  See  Him:  Berdoe,  Jones  and  Nettleship.  By 
Helen  A.  Clarke.    8:5:265-270. 

Browning  Bool^s  of  the  Year.    By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    5:5:277-283. 
A    Browning   Courtship.     5:3:166-167;    5:8&9:477-478. 
Browning's  Ideal  of  Love.    From  Santa^ana,  Robert  Browning,  A 
Pessimist  Criticism.    By  Helen  Dryer  Woodard.     13:1:105. 
Browning  in  Caliban.    9:1:89. 

Browning  Memorial  Notes.    By  J.  Charlton.   2:2:100-111. 
A  Browning  Musical  Quer\).    By  W.  J.  R.    5:1:48. 
Browning  Note.    By  Mary  M.  Barclay.     1:6:300. 
Browning  on  French  Enthusiasm.    Editorial  on  Cushman's  Article. 
20:466:Oct.  1899. 

Browning  Picture  of  Chivalry.    By  H.  L.  Reed.    11:4:588-601. 
Robert  Browning.   By  Professor  J usserand.    12:4:624. 
Browning's  Musical  Eruditions.    By  Hugh  A.  Clarke.    12:1:151- 
152. 

Robert  Browning — The  Man.  By  William  G.  Kingsland.  5:5: 
229-236. 

Browning  versus  Browning.   By  Harrison  S.  Morris.    1  :9:408-421. 
Browning's  Art  Poems.    By  A.  H.  Smyth.   2:2:145-146. 
Browning's    Childe   Roland   and    Tennyson's    Vision    of   Sin.     By 
Theophilus  Parsons  Swain.    9:2:256-265. 

Browning's  Folk  Poems,  A  Stud^  Programme.   By  Charlotte  Porter 
and  Helen  A.  Clarke.    12:1:105-113. 
Browning's  Form.    By  Francis  Howard  Williams.    2:6:300-305. 


BROWNINGIANA  311 

Broi»ning's  Hebraic  Sympathies.  By  Mary  M.  Cohen.  3:3:250* 
254. 

Browning's  Idea  of  Love.   Notes  and  News.    1:3:152-154. 
Browning's  Interpretation  of  Romantic  Love  as  Compared   With 
That  of  Plato,  Dante  and  Petrarch.  B\f  George  Willis  Coolie.   6: 
5:225-238. 

Browning's  Jew  Versus  Shakespeare's.  From  Notes  and  News.  1 : 
1 :52-54. 

Browning's  Jules  and  Du  Maurier's  Little  Billee.  By  Mary  R. 
Baldwin.     9:4:575-577. 

Browning's  Lazarus.    By  C.  B.  Wright.    9:2:312. 
Browning's  Love  Letters.    By  Charlotte  Porter.    11:2:301-309. 
Browning's  Message  to  His  Time.    By  Dr.  Berdoe.    Reviewed  by 
William  G.  Kingsland.    In  Notes  and  News.    2:5:286. 
Browning's  Mildred.    By  J.  J.  Britton.    5:5:266-272. 
Browning  Societ}).    By  Robert  Browning.    2:2:106. 
Browning  Societ})  of  the  New  Century  Club.    3:1:53-56. 
Browning,  A  Sonnet.    By  C.  E.  D.  Phelps.    5:5:288. 
Browning's    Science    as    Shown    in    Numpholeptos.     By    Edward 
Berdoe.   2:12:617-624. 

Browning  Study  Programme.  A  Group  of  Art  Poems:  Old  Pic- 
tures in  Florence,  Fra  Lippo  Lippi  and  Andrea  del  Sarto.  By 
Charlotte  Porter  and  Helen  A.  Clarke.  8:8:586-592. 
Same.  A  Group  of  Music  Poems :  A  Toccata  of  Caluppi's,  Master 
Hugues  of  Saxe-Cotha,  Abt  Vogler.  By  Helen  A.  Clarke  and 
Charlotte  Porter.     10:2:288-293. 

Same.  A    Group    of    Religious    Poems:    Caliban    Upon    Setebos, 
Cleon,  Rabbi  Ben  Ezra,  The  Death  in  the  Desert.    By  Helen  A. 
Clarke  and  Charlotte  Porter.    10:1:103-112. 
Browning's  Women.    By  M.  E.  Burt.    1:11:534. 
By  the  Fireside.    13:2:315. 
Camberwell  Edition.    10:4:607. 
Cambridge  Edition  of   Browning.    8:5:271. 
Caponsacchi.    By  Henry  Spaulding.    1 : 1 :269-273. 
Cardinal  and  the  Dog.    12:1  :1 12. 
Characteristics  of  Browning.   2:7:400. 
Chief  Poets  of  the  Age.    By  W.  G.  Kingsland.    2:4:208. 
Childe  Roland,  A   Literary  Parallel,  and  Something  More.    By 
Irene  Hardy.    24:1:53-58. 

Childe  Roland  and  Tennyson's  Vision  of  Sin.  By  Theophilut  P. 
Sawin.    9:2:256-265. 

Childe  Roland  to  the  Dark  Tower  Came.  By  Thomas  Wentworth 
Higginson.     1 3 :2 :262-268. 

Christmas  Eve  and  Easter  Day.    1 :1  :20;1  :1 1  :532. 
Colombe's  Birthday.    By  Oscar  L.  Triggs.    7:1:32-34. 
Colombe's  Birthday,  A   Criticism.    By  Vida  D.  Scudder.    1:10: 
464. 

Comment  on  Letters  Between  Carlyle  and  Browning.    1:1:55. 
Commentaries.    1:11  :533-536. 

A  Comparative  Study  of  Wordsworth's  Michael,  Tennyson's  Enoch 
Arden,  and  Browning's  Andrea  del  Sarto.  By  Vida  D.  Scudder. 
3:2:87-93. 

The   Cost  of  a  Poet:   Elizabeth   Barrett   Browning's  A    Musical 
Instrument.    By  Hiram  Corson.    7:5:259-263. 
Criticism  of  Browning.    3:1:43. 

A  Criticism  of  Epistle  of  Karshish,  by  Richard  Garnett.  By  C.  B. 
Wright.    9:2:312-313. 


312  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

A  Death  in  the  Desert.   By  Daniel  G.  Brinton.    1 :1 :25-26. 
A  Defence  of  Brotonings  Later  Wor^,  Ferishtah's  Fancies,    By 
Helen  A.  Clarke.     12:2:284-304. 

The  Democracy  of  Aprde.   By  Charles  G.  Ames.   5:1 :27-34. 
Department  of  the  Browning  Society  of  the  New  Century  Club  of 
Philadelphia.    Dramatic  Lyrics.    2 : 1  :35. 
Description  of  Browning.    3:5:288-292. 

Divided.    A   Poem  on   Elizabeth   Barrett   and   Robert   Browning. 
By   Ursula  Tannenforst.    2:4:193-195. 

Does  Browning's  Al}(estis  Interpret  Euripides  Fairly?    By  Philip 
S.  Moxom.    8:7:425-432. 

Dramatic  Lyrics.   By  Mrs.  S.  C.  F.  Hallowell.   2:5:281. 
English  and  American  Appreciation  of  Robert  Browning.    1 :9:494. 
Facettes  of  Love,  from  Browning.    By  Daniel  G.  Brinton.    1:1: 
1-27. 

Ferishtah's  Fancies — A  Criticism.   By  Dr.  Brinton.    1:1:12:568. 
Fifine  at  the  Fair.    1 :1 :5. 
The  Fitzgerald  Affair.     1  :8:447-448. 

Fitzgerald  and  Browning.  From  Letters  by  Robert  Browning.  9: 
1:85. 

The  Flight  of  the  Duchess.   Criticism  by  Vida  Scudder.    1 :  10:464. 
Same,  b  rom  Letters  by  Robert  Browning.    9 : 1 :86. 
Flower  Songs  in  Fra  Lippo.    By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    2:5:262-263. 
Fra  Lippo  Lippi  and  Mr.  Sludge,  from  Browning  versus  Browning. 
By  Harrison  S.  Morris.    1:9:410. 

French  Enthusiasm  Satirized  in  Browning's  Two  Poets  of  Croisic. 
By  Herbert  Ernest  Cushraan.     1 1  :3 :382-395. 
French  Regard  for  Browning  in  Notes  from  Paris.    By  Charlet 
Seymour.    2:2:111-112. 

Funeral  of  Browning.  In  Notes  and  News.  2:1 :55. 
A  Handbooli  to  the  Works  of  Robert  Browning.   By  Mrs.  Suther- 
land Orr.    1:11:535. 

Herve  Riel,  in  Poems  of  Adventure,  Browning  Study  Programme. 
11:3:406-408. 

Human  Brotherhood  in  IVhilman  and  Browning.  A  Topical  Read- 
ing Course.    By  Charlotte  Porter.    10:3:421-424. 
Humor — Carlyie  and  Browning.  By  Jessie  M.  Anderson.  2:8:421- 
423. 

The  Idea  of  Cod  in  the  Sun.  By  Daniel  G.  Brinton.  3 :3 :254-257. 
Ideals  of  Beauty  in  Keats  and  Browning.  By  Alice  Groff.  5:5: 
247-254. 

The  Ideals  of    IVomanhood  Held   by  Browning  and  the   Creeli 
Dramatists.    By  Charlotte  Porter.    9:3:385-400. 
In  a  Balcony.    Facettes  of  Love  from  Browning.    By  Daniel  G. 
Brinton.    1:1:3-4. 

Inn  Album.  Facettes  of  Love  From  Browning.  By  Daniel  G. 
Brinton.    1:1:3-4. 

An  Interpretation  of  Browning's  Ixion.  By  Helen  A.  Clarke.  5: 
1 1  :626-630. 

Introduction  to  Poetry  of  Browning.  By  W.  J.  Alexander.  1:11: 
533-534. 

An  Introduction  to  the  Study  of  Browning.  By  Arthur  Symon*. 
1:11:535-536. 

An  Introduction  to  the  Study  of  Robert  Browning**  Poetry.    By 
Hiram  Corson.    1:11  :534. 
Is  He  a  Legitimate  Member  of  the   Victorian  School?    By  M«ry 


BROWNINGIANA  313 

M.  Cohen.    12:2:317-320. 

han  hanovitch.    In  Notes  and  Nei»s.    By  Dr.   Morris  Ja$trow. 

2:5:282. 

Jcroiih  Affinities.    In  Memorial  Notes.    By  J.  Charlton.    2:2:109. 

Joan  of  Arc  and  Bror»ning.    9:1:88. 

Jochanan  Hakk<idosh.    Note  by  Robert  Browning.   9:1  :86. 

The  Journey  of  Childe  Roland.   By  R.  J.  Gralz.   2:11 : 578-585. 

The  Joy-Element  of  Browning.   By  Mary  Phelps.    15:2:95-115. 

La  Saisiaz.    From    The    Theology   of  Robert  BroTvning.    By   H. 

White.     12:3:417. 

La   Saisiaz,    The   Real   Significance    of    The   Brand   Flamboyant. 

By  Charles  Malloy.    8:5:256-265. 

Letters   by  Robert  Browning.    By  William  G.   Kingsland.    9:1: 

83-94. 

Life  and  Letters.    18:4:537-538. 

Same.  By  Hugh  A.  Clarke.    12:1  :1 51 -152. 

Same.  By  Helen  A.  Clarke  and  Charlotte  Porter.    18:1:140-142. 

Life  of  Robert  Browning.    By  W.  Sharpe.    2:7:286. 

Light  on  a  Curious  Allusion  in  The  Ring  and  the  Boo}(.   By  Prof. 

Hiram  Corson.    6:5:248-251. 

A  List  of  Musical  Settings  to  Browning's  Words.    1 :9:430-432. 

Literary  Treasures  Unearthed.   Mrs.  Browning's  Opinion  on  Ten- 

nyson.    By  W.  G.  Kingsland.  8:1  :23-27. 

London  Browning  Union.    5:1:53. 

London  Letters.    Notes  and  News.    By  William  G.  Kingsland.   2: 

5:283-287. 

The   Lotus   Symbolism    in   Homer,    Theocritus,   Moschus,    Tenny- 
son, and  Browning.   By  Anna  Robertson  Brown.   2:11 :625-634. 

Luria  and  Othello,  Types  and  Art  Compared.   By  L.  A.  Sherman. 

6:11:585-592. 

Luria — Its  Story   and  Motive,  Part  I,   the  Story.    By  Henry  S. 

Pancoast.    1:12:553-560. 

Memorial  Meeting.    2:1:39-49. 

George  Meredith  on  the  Source  of  Destiny.    By  Emily  G.  Hooker. 

12:2:238-252. 

Modern  Imperialism  as  Shown  in  Browning's  Portrait  of  Napoleon 

III.     By  Charlotte  Porter.    12:1:80-95. 

The   Mood   of   Browning's    Childe    Roland    to    the   Darl^    Tower 

Came.    By  C.  Alphonso  Smith.    11:4:626-628. 

MucJ(le-Mouth  Meg.   Reviewed  by  Helen  A.  Clarke  and  Charlotte 

Porter.    11:4:609. 

Music  Poems.    1  :9-430;  2:5:278;   10:2:288. 

Musical   Symbolism    in   Browning.     By    Helen    A.    Clarke.     3:3: 

260-269. 

My  Last  Duchess.    1:11  :569. 

My  Star.    Set  to  Music  by  Helen  A.  Clarke.    1 :349-352. 

The  Nature  of  Poetic  Expression.    By  D.   Dorchester,  Jr.    5:2: 

81-90. 

New   Browning  Letters   and   Mrs.    Orr's   Life.    By   William   G. 

Kingsland.     3:10:522-528. 

The  New  Poetic  Form  as  Shown  in  Browning.  By  Daniel  G.  Brin- 

ton.    2:5:234-246. 

Note  From  Paris  on   the  Death  of  Browning.    By  Charles  Sey- 
mour.  2:2:111-112. 

Note  to  Balaustion's  Euripides.    By  Helen  A.  Clarke.  26:1  :38-46. 

An    Objection    to    Browning's    Caliban    Considered.     By    Maude 


314  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

Wilkinson.    5:11:562-564. 

On  BroVfning.    By  M.  M.  Cohen.   2:1:39. 

Same.  By  F.  E.  Schelling.   2:1  :48-49. 

Same.  By  Talcott  Williams.    2:1:47-48. 

Pictures  of  French  Life  in  Brorvning.    Programme  of  the  Boston 

Browning  Society    1898-1899.     10:3:429-430. 

Pippa's  Song  in  Browning.  Life  and  Letlers.    13:1 :  156- 157. 

Poems  of  Adventure  and  Heroism.    Browning  Stud^  Programme, 

By  Helen  A.  Clarke  and  Charlotte  Porter.    11:2:289-293. 

A  Poet  of  Ital^.  An  Appreciation  of  Ciosue  Carducci.  By  M.  W.  JH 

Arms.    16:2:75-76:Spring  1905.  ^ 

Programme  of  the  Boston  Browning  Society  for  1901-1902.  13:3: 

429-430. 

Programme  of  the  Boston  Browning  Society  for  1901-1912.    13:3: 

437-439. 

Programme  of  the  Browning  Society  of  the  Nen  Century  Club, 

1890-1891.    2:7:379-384. 

Review  of  a  Bibliography  of  Robert  Browning.    By  F.  J.  Furni- 

vall.    1:11:533. 

Sale  of  the  First  Edition  of  Browning.    13:2:315. 

Sordello.   By  Caroline  H.  Dall.    1:11:534-535. 

Sordello's  Stor^  Retold  in  Prose.   By  Annie  Wall.    1:11 :536. 

The   Theology   of  Robert  Browning.    By   H.   White.     12:3:417- 

430. 

To  Edward  Fitzgerald.    By  Robert  Browning,    1 :8:400. 

The  Tragic  Motive  of  In  a  Balcony.    By  Alice  Kent  Robertson. 

2:6:310-314. 

The   True   Greatness  of  Browning.    By  Alice   Groff.     1:10:470- 

479. 

What  Should  Be  the  Poe(s  Attitude   Toward  His  Critics?    By 

Francis  B.  Hornbrooke.    5:3:135-143. 
POET   OF   ITALY:   AN   APPRECIATION    OF    GIOSUE    CAR- 
DUCCI. A 

Browning   16:2:67-76. 
POET  OF  MUSIC,  BROWNING  AS 

By  C.  A.  Harris.   Athenaeum  441 0:509-5 10:May  4,  1912;  4411: 

542-543:May   11,   1912. 
POET  OF  THE  NORTHUMBRIAN  PITS 

By   John   T.   Runciman.     (Sat.    R.)     Littell's   Living   Age   262: 

46-49. 
POET  OF  THE  OPAQUE,  THE 

By  Junius  Henri  Browne.    The  Galaxy  19:6:764-774: June  1875. 
POET  OF  THE  PEOPLE,  A 

By  B.  O.  Flower.    Arena  7:607-61 9 :March   1893. 
POET  OF  SCIENCE,  THE 

By  Paul  Shorey.    Dial  46:17-19:Jan.   1,   1909. 
POET  OF  TRANSCENDENTAL  FIRE,  A 

Literary  Digest  41  :792-793:Nov.  5.  1910     056  J712. 
POET  RETROSPECT,  A 

Editorial.     Dial   38:1 1 1-13  :Feb.    16.    1905. 
POET,  THE 

By  Clinton  ScoUard.    Century  61  :800:  March   1901. 
POET,  THE  POET'S 

By  W.  A.  Quayle.    7-38     820.4  Q2p. 

POET  WHO  LIVES  BY  HIS  VERSE,  A 

Alfred  Noyes.   Literary  Digest  33:425-426:Sept.  29.  1906. 


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BROWNING!  ANA  315 

POETIC  CHARACTERISTICS  OF  MATTHEW  ARNOLD 

By  Clara  Barnard.    From  Papers  of  the  London  BroVfning  Union 

6:2:76-83. 
POETIC  CRITICISM:   HORACE  TO  STEDMAN 

Poet  Lore  5:1:43-48. 
POETIC  EMOTIONS  AND  AFFINITIES 

By  B.  Brooksbank.    Eclectic  Magazine  40: 1 66- 173: Aug.  1884. 
POETIC  FORM 

By  F.  H.   Williams.    Poet  Lore  2:6:300-305. 
POETIC  INTERPRETATION  OF  NATURE 

By  C.  A.  Binkley.    Poet  Lore   13:1:53-79. 
POETIC  LANGUAGE 

Poet  Lore  21:3:241-56. 
POETIC  OLD  WORLD 

By  Lucy  H.  Humphrey.    See  Index  for  Various  Brol^ning  Poems. 

808.1  H926. 
POETIC  OUTLOOK 

By  Washington  Gladden.    Century  31  :316-318:Dec.   1885. 
POETIC  STRUCTURE   OF  BROWNING'S   SHORTER  LYRICS, 

THE 

By  Ethel  Davis.    Poet  Lore  5:8&9:436-42. 
POETICAL     WORDS     OF     THOMAS     LOVELL     BEDDOES— 

TEMPLE  LIBRARY 

By  Edmund  Gosse.    Athenaeum  3296:879-881 : Dec.  27,    1890. 
POETICAL  WORKS.  BROWNING'S 

List  of  Books  published  during  the  Month.    Bookman  4:495: Jan. 

1897. 
POETICAL  WORKS  OF  JAMES  RUSSELL  LOWELL,  THE 

Athenaeum  2753: 136-1 37: July  31,  1880. 
POETRY 

Robert  Brotoning  and  the  Poetry  of  the  Future.    By  F.  E.  Schel- 

ling.    821.88  Est. 

The  Golden  Road.    By  Lilian  Whiting.     102. 

An  Introduction  to  the  Poetry  of  Robert  Broivning.    By  William 

John  Alexander.     821.88  Dai. 

Prophecy  and  Poetry.   Studies  in  Isaiah  and  Broivning.    The  Boh- 

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POETRY  AND  ABOUT  IT 

Review.    By  Edwin   E.   Slosson.    98:224-227. 
POETRY  AND  CRITICISM 

Editorial.     Independent    54:460-461:1902. 

POETRY  AND  ELOQUENCE 

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POETRY  AND  LAW  IN  TASTE,  LIFE  IN 

By   Editor.    Edinburgh  Review    194:326:Oct.    1901. 

POETRY  AND  PHILOSOPHY  OF  BROWNING.  THE 

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821.88  Zgp. 

POETRY  AND  PROSE  OF  FOOD 

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POETRY  AND  PROGRESS 

By  Gerald  Stanley  Lee.    Literary  Digest  43:2:1 099  :Dec.  9,  1911. 


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POETRY  AND  PROSE  IN  LIFE  AND  ART 

By  Oscar  Firkins.    15:3:77-87. 
POETRY  AND  SHOPKEEPING 

By  Muezzin.    (Athen.)    Littell's  Living  Age  293:685-688. 
POETRY  AND  SYMBOLISM,  A  STUDY  OF  THE  TEMPEST 

By    L.    Churlon    Collins.     Contemporary    Review    93:65-84: Jan. 

1908;    also  Lillell's  Living  Age  256:357-371.  Ml 

POETRY  AND  THE  CHILD  ^ 

By  Louise  Collier  Wilcox.    New  Republic   II  :338-339:July  29, 

1917. 
POETRY  AND  THE  HOME 

By  Carolyn  S.  Bailey.    Outlook  104:570-571  : July  12,  1913. 
POETRY  AND  IHE  MODERN  NOVEL 

By  Compton   Mackenzie.     (Eng.  R.)    Littell's  Living  Age  274 

220-228. 
POETRY  AND  THE  PRACTICAL  MAN 

By  Harry  T.  Baker.    Forum  42:227-236:Sept.  1909. 
POETRY  AS  A  CRITICISM  OF  LITERATURE 

Dial   18:133-5:March   1.   1895. 
POETRY.  BALLAD 

A   Review   of  Sir   Walter  ScotCs  Minstrelsy   of  Scottish  Do 

By  T.  F.  Henderson.    Edinburgh  Review  197:303-23: April  1903. 
POETRY,  ROBERT  BROWNING'S 

Editorial.    Eclectic  Magazine   101  :358. 

Outline   Studies.     Published    for   the    Chicago    Browning   Society. 

821.88   Vch. 

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By    H.    C.    Bennett.     Contemporary    Review    1 10:81 1-812 :Dec. 

1916. 
POETRY,  A  DECADE  OF 

By  Susan  H.  Ward.    Independent  51:815-816:1899. 
POETRY,  DEMOCRACY  AND  CHRISTIANITY 

By   Charles  Williams.    Contemporary  Review    1 1 2 :230-23 1  : Aug. 

1917. 
POETRY,  DISTINCTIVE  CHARACTERISTICS  OF  BROWNING'S 

Centenary  Address.    By  Alfred  Martin.     821.88  Vnya. 
POETRY  FOR  GIRLS,  THE  BEST 

By    Henry    Van    Dyke.     Literary    Digest    28:324-325: March    5, 

1904. 
POETRY  FOR  VACATION 

Editorial.    Independent  59:1:399-401. 
POETRY,  GENERAL  SURVEY  OF  BROWNING'S 

By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.    The  Stud})  Class  223-224     807 

Ml  67. 
POETRY,  GOOD.  BAD.  AND  INDIFFERENT 

Editorial.    Independent  41:2:1398. 
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By  William  Poel.   Contemporary  Review  104:699-707:  Nov.  1913. 

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Eclectic  Magazine   140:141 -160:  Feb.   1903. 

By    Editor,    Sir    M.    E.    Grant    Duff.     Edinburgh    Review    196: 

436-463:Oct.  1902;  also  Littell's  Living  Age  235:705-724. 
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By  Louise  Chandler  Moulton.    Scrap  Book  5:43: Jan.  1908. 
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Stephen  Phillips.    By  Alice   Meynell.    Littell's  Living  Age  289: 

367-369. 
POETRY.  LIGHT  LITERATURE 

Blackwood's   Magazine    79:135-137. 
POETRY,  THE  MAGAZINE  OF 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Bror»ning.    By  E.  M.  K.    161 -165: April   1893. 
POETRY,  THE  NEW 

Editorial.     Independent   78:342. 

By  John  Erskine.    Yale  6:384-385:Oct.  1916. 
POETRY  OF  WILLIAM  BLAKE.  THE 

By  Henry  Justin  Smith.    Century  60:284:291  : June  1900. 
POETRY  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING,  THE 

(Outlook.)    Littell's  Living  Age  253:308-310. 

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By  Stopford  Brooke.    Littell's  Living  Age  235:703.    BooJ(s  and 

Authors. 

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30.  1902. 

By   Percy   Lubbock.    Quarterly   Review   433 :437-457  :Oct.    1912 

821.88  Dlak. 

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By  William  L.  Ward.   Emerson  College  Magazine  20:3:136-142: 

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By  John  Dennis.    (Leisure  Hour.)    Littell's  Living  Age  185:307- 

312. 
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By  James  A.  Noble.    (MacM.)    Littell's  Living  Age  191  :546-552. 
POETRY  OF  COURTSHIP  AND  MARRIAGE 

By  Arthur  Mercer.    New  Church  Review   15:392-404: July  1908. 
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(Chur.  Quart.  R.)    Littell's  Living  Age  137:410-421. 
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(Spect.)     Littell's   Living    Age    130:572-575. 

POETRY  OF  GEORGE  CABOT  LODGE 

By  Alfred  H.  Brown.    Twentieth  Century   1  :403-414:Feb.   1910. 
POETRY  OF  W.  G.  ROSSETTI,  THE 

By    W.    Basil    Worsfeld.     Eclectic    Magazine    121 :851-854:Dec. 

1893. 
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Literary  Digest  25 :342-343  :Sept.  20.   1902. 
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(Quart.  R.)     Littell's  Living  Age  210:67-85. 
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POETRY  OF  THE  FUTURE.  ROBERT  BROWNING  AND 

Schelling's  Essay.    Poet  Lore  2:7:378. 
POETRY  OF  THE  NINETEENTH  CENTURY 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  l%:463:Oct.   1902. 
POETRY  OF  THE  PAST  YEAR 

Men   and    Women.     By    Robert    BrcAvning.     The    Christian 

membrancer   92:281 -294:  April    1856. 
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By  Alfred   Austin.     (First   Edition    1870.)     821.88  A935p. 
POETRY  OF  TODAY  AND  TOMORROW,  THE 

(Chur.  Quart.  R.)    Littell's  Living  Age   196:279-89. 
POETRY  OF  WAR,  THE 

By  A.   St.   John  Adcock.     (Bookm.)     Littell's  Living  Age   283: 

398-407. 
POETRY  OF  WILLIAM  WATSON,  THE 

By  Harold  Williams.    Atlantic  Monthly   107:267-276: Jan.    191 
POETRY,  POLITICS  AND  CONSERVATISM 

By  George  N.  Curzon.    Littell's  Living  Age    168:131-140. 
POETRY.  RECENT 

Contemporary   Review   3:237-255:Oct.    1866. 

Current    Opinion    45:572;    46:452;    47:102;    49:568;. 

By  Wm.   Morton   Payne.    Dial  35: 124: Sept.    1,   1903. 
POETRY  SINCE  POPE 

By  Maurice  Thompson.    Chautauquan   15:320-321  :June   1892. 
POETRY  SOCIETY 

The  Poems  of  Robert  Broi»mng  used  at  the  Centenary  Matinee. 

116. 
POETRY  TODAY 

By  Corneha  A.   P.   Comer.    Atlantic   Monthly   1 17:493-498:July 

1914. 
POETRY  TOMORROW 

By  Maurice  Thompson.    Independent  40:2:1393. 
POETRY,  WAR,  AND  MR.  HOWELLS 

Editorial.    Literary   Digest    18:607:  May   27.    1899. 
POETRY?  WHAT  IS  THE  TRUE  PROVINCE  OF 

Editorial.     Literary   Digest    18:365: April    1,    1899. 
POETRY,  WORDSWORTH'S— A  PERSONAL  EXPERIENCE 

By  May  Tomlinson.    Chautauquan  45:229-233: Jan.   1907. 
POETS  AND  NOVELISTS 

By  George  Barnett  Smith.    Dedicated  to  Robert  Browning.     824.8 

S648pn. 
POETS  AND  PROBLEMS 

By  George  Willis  Cooke.    Browning  269-388.    Tennyson,  Ruskin, 

Browning.     801    C772. 
POETS  AND  THE  CUCKOO,  THE 

By  J.   Cuthbert   Hadden.     (Outlook.)     Littell's   Living  Age  273: 

634-636. 
POETS'  CHAIRS,  THE 

By  E.  V.  Lucas.     (Outlook.)    Littell's  Living  Age  251  :1 18-120. 
POET'S  CORNER 

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POETS  FOR  THE  YOUNG 

By  Louis  Untermeyer.    New  Republic  6:5 1-52: Feb.   12,  1916. 

POETS,   GREATER   ENGLISH   OF   THE   NINETEENTH   CEN- 
TURY 
By  Wm.  M.  Payne.    Athenwum  421 8:232: Aug.  29,  1908. 


BROWNINGIANA  319 

POETS,  THE  GREEK  CHRISTIAN  AND  THE  ENGLISH 

Athenaeum    1875:425: March  28,    1863. 
POETS,  THE  LOVE  AFFAIRS  OF  THE 

By  Eva   McGowan.    Baylor  Literary    17:334-337. 
POET'S  HARVEST-TIME,  THE 

Contemporary  Review  96:l-5:Oct.   1909:Literary  Supplement  25. 
POET'S  HOMECOMING,  THE 

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POET'S  MIND,  A 

(Mrs.   Browning.)     Editorial.    Dial   47:5-7: July    1,    1909. 
POETS  OF  SOCIETY 

By   Henry   G.  Hewlett.    Contemporary  Review  20:238-269: July 

1872. 
POETS  OF  THE  REAL,  THE 

By  T.  W.  Hutton.    Literary  Digest  37: 158- 159: Aug.  1,   1908. 
POET'S  PAINTER,  A 

Editorial.    Literary  Digest  54:2:1 164-1 165: April  21,  1917. 
POETS'  PART  IN  THE  MAKING  OF  ENGLAND,  THE 

By  M.  Wilma  Stubbs.    Chautauquan  61  :227-234:Jan.   1911. 
POETS,  TWO  OF  CROISIC 

See   Tivo  Poets  of  Croisic. 
POETS— VOICES   OF   THE   LIVING 

(Mrs.  Browning.)    By  Editor.    Current  Opinion  62: 128- 130: Feb. 

1917. 
POET'S  WAY,  THE 

By  J.  B.  Oldham.    Homage  to  Robert  Broivning,  Aleph  Tanner 

52    821.88  Xht. 
POETS  WHO  WERE  LAUGHED  AT 

By  Hezekiah  Butterworth.    Good  Cheer    l:4:Nov.   1900. 
POHL.  FREDERICK  S. 

English  Literature  for  Sophomores.    English  Journal  4:165 :March 

1915. 
POINT  OF  VIEW,  THE 

Editorial.    Scribner's  Magazine  7: 129-1 32: Jan.   1890;   7:261-264 

Feb.    1890;    9:525-528:Feb.    1891;    11:261 -264 :Feb.    1892;    15 

657-660:May   1894;    16:526:Oct.    1894;    18:262-264:  Aug.   1895 

30:25 1-252: Aug.    1901;    38:252:Aug.    1905;    43:249:Feb.    1908 

46:761  :Dec.    1909;    48:764:Oct.    1910;    52:506:Oct.    1912;    54 

139:July  1913;   59:644:May  1916;   61  :251  :Jan.  1917. 
POLLARD,  ALFRED  W.   (AND  OTHERS) 

The  Worlds  of  the  Geoffrey  Chaucer.    Athenaeum  3723:268-269: 

March  4.   1899. 
POMEGRANATE,   BROWNING'   FREQUENT  USE  OF 

Poet  Lore  3:10:534-536. 
POMEGRANATES  FROM  AN   ENGLISH   GARDEN 

A  Selection  From  the  Poems  of  Robert  BroUfning.  With  Intro- 
duction and  Notes.    By  John  Monro  Gibson.    Chautauqua  Press, 

New  York.   1885.    821.88  Gpeg. 

POMPILIA 

Ideal  Womanhood  in  the  Masterpieces  of  Dante,  Coethe,  and 
Robert  Browning.  See  Modern  Poet  Prophets.  By  Wro.  Norman 
Guthrie.    804  G984m. 


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The  Tvfo  Felicities.  Appended  to  the  Pompilia  Monologue  of 
The  Ring  and  the  Bool^.  By  William  Watson  and  Charles  B. 
Wright.    Poet  Lore  9:3:472.  Ui 

POMPILIA  AND  CAPONSACCHI  V 

Extracts  from  Article  by  Wm.  G.  Ward.  Emerson  College  Mag- 
azine 20:3:136-142:Jan.    1912. 

POPE  AND  THE  NET 

Poet  Lore   11:4:609. 

POPE,  THE.  BROWNING'S  RING  AND  THE  BOOK 

By  Alexander  Haddow.  (Printed  for  the  Royal  Philosophical 
Society   of   Glasgow,    1914.)     821.88   Hrh. 

POPE.  G.  U. 

St.  John  in  the  Desert.  An  Introduction  and  Notes  to  Browning's 
A  Death  in  the  Desert.  Oxford  University  Press  Warehouse, 
Amen  Corner,  E.  C,  London,  1897.     821.88  Hddp.  ^| 

POPE,  IN  THE  RING  AND  THE  BOOK,  THE  H' 

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POPE.  POETRY  SINCE  ^ 

By   Maurice   Thompson.    Chautauquan    15:320-321  : June    1892. 

POPULAR  BOOKS  OF  THE  SEASON 

By  Robert  Browning.  Everybodys  Magazine  1:205-206:1899;  1: 
403-404:1899;  2:97-98,  197-198,  299-300,  400-401:1900. 

POPULAR   ENGLISH   LITERATURE   TODAY 
(Sat.  R.)    Littell's  Living  Age  294:496-499. 

POPULAR  POETS  OF  THE  PERIOD 

By  F.  A.  H.  Eyles.    Athenaeum  3228:31 5-376 :Sept.  7,  1889. 

POPULAR  REPRINT  IN  ENGLAND 

By  J.  Milne.   Fortnightly  Review  102:346-357: Aug.  1914. 

POPULAR  STUDIES  OF  NINETEENTH  CENTURY  POETS 
By  J.  Marshall  Mather.    Brojvnnig,  The  Optimist  7:155-184. 

POPULARITY 

Comparative  Study.  The  Stud^  Class.  By  Anna  Benneson  Mc- 
Mahan.  Compared  with  Tennyson's  The  Florver  224-225,  and 
with  George   Eliot's  Legend  of  Juhal.     807   Ml 67. 

PORTER,  CHARLOTTE 

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821.88  Xht. 

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821.88  Xht. 

Browning's  Love  Letters.    Poet  Lore   11:3:301-309. 
Browning's  Shal^espeare  Poems.    Poet  Lore   1:5:226. 
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Autographed.     821.88  Hrdp. 

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Lyric  Form;  A  Libretto  for  Presentation  of  the  Play  in  Mono- 
logue.)    Poet   Lore    16:1:23-28. 

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821.88  Xht. 

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Same.  Boston  Browning  Society  Papers  190-202  821.88  Vbp. 
Human  Brotherhood  in  Whitman  and  Browning.  A  Topical 
Reading   Course.     Poet    Lore    10:1:421-424. 

The  Ideals  of  Womanhood  Held  by  Browning  and  the  Cree\ 
Dramatists.    Poet  Lore  10:3:385.400. 


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Browning's  Return   of  the   Druses.    DjahaVs   Song    115;    AnaeVs 

Song  116;  In  Praise  of  BroT»ning  117     811    P8441. 

A   Literary   History   of  America.    Poet   Lore    13:3:446. 

Love  in  Idleness.    Poet  Lore  17:1 :90. 

Modern  Imperialism  as  Shoivn  in  Broio>ning's  Portrait  of  Napoleon 

III.    Poet  Lore   12:1:80-95. 

7Ven>  Ideas  in  Teaching  Literature.    Poet  Lore  8:7:432-54;   9:4: 

588.  598. 

Recent  Broivning  Books.    Poet  Lore  4:5:276-83. 

School  of  Literature.     Poet  Lore   9:3:417-18;    14:3:134. 

Shalfspere,  Broronings  Tribute  to.    Poet  Lore  3:3:217-21. 

Sha^spere's   Ignorance   Concerning    the    Coast   of  Bohemia.     Poet 

Lore  6:4:196-203. 

ShaJfspere's  Studies:  King  Lear.    Poet  Lore  16:2:127-134. 

Strafford,  Dramatic  Motive  in.    Poet  Lore  5:10:515-26. 

Variants  of  Browning's  Pietro  of  Ahano.    Poet  Lore  3:11 :577-88. 

What  Is  It  to  Be  Dramatic?    Poet  Lore  2:3:140-41. 
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with    Introduction    and    Notes.     821.88    Gpc. 

Browning  Study  Programmes.    Thomas  Y.  Crowell  &  Co.,  New 

York.  1900.    (Two  copies.)     821.88  Zsp. 

Same.  Reviewed  in  Outlook  65: 133:  May   12,   1900. 

Same.  Poems  of  Adventure  and  Heroism.    Poet  Lore   11:3:289- 

293,  403-418. 

Same.  A  Group  of  Art  Poems:    Old  Pictures  in  Florence,  Fra 

Lippo  Lippi,  Andrea  del  Sarto.    Poet  Lore  8:1:586-592. 

Same.  Browning's   Folk   Poems.     Poet    Lore    11:4:608-609;     12: 

1:105-113. 

Same.  A    Grooip    of    Music    Poems:    A     Toccata    of    Caluppi's, 

A    Croup   of   Religious    Poems:    Caliban    Upon    Setabos,    Clean, 

Rabbi  Ben  Ezra,  A  Death  in  the  Desert.   Poet  Lore  10:1  :  103-1 13. 

Life  and  Letters.    Poet  Lore  18:1:140-142. 

Master   Hugues   of  Saxe-Cotha,   Abt    Vogler.     Poet   Lore    10:2: 

288-93. 

Muckle  Mouth   Meg.    Reviewed.    Poet  Lore   1 1 :3 :609. 

Introduction  Note   to   Saul   by   Robert  Browning  with   Drawings 

by  Frank  O.  Small. 
PORTER.  HELEN  TRACY 

Book  Inklings.    Poet  Lore   1 1  :3  :440-45. 
PORTER,  LAURA  SPENCER 

The    World's    Greatest    Lovers,    Elizabeth    Barrett    and    Robert 

Browning.    Woman's  Home  Companion  40:11:24-78. 
PORTER,  MRS.  M.  S. 

Recollections    of   Louisa    May    Alcott,   John    Creenleaf    Whittier 

and  Browning.   Boston  .1893,  with  memorial  poems.     Bc81  P84Gr. 
PORTER,  ROSE 

About  Women:  What  Men  Have  Said.    Brownng  125-141. 
PORTLAND,  BULLETIN  OF  THE  LIBRARY  ASSOCIATION  OF 

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PORTRAIT  OF  AN  AMERICAN.  THE 

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PORTRAITS     OF     ROBERT     AND     ELIZABETH     BARRETT 

BROWNING 

By  C.  Lewis  Hind.    Art  Journal  62-64:1890     821.88  Xpsr. 

Arena  9:272-273:  Feb.  1894. 
PORTRAITS  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

By  W.  M.  Rossetti.    Magazine  of  Art  181 -188: April  1890;  246 

252:May   1890;    261 -267: June    1890.  ^1 

Full  Portrait  in  Tena  Rochfort  Smith.     B  S662c.  ™ 

Portrait  taken  after  death.    Lilian  Whiting's   The  Golden  Road 

102    B  W599g. 

Mr.   Barrett  Browning.    Lilian  Whiting's   The   Golden  Road   120 

B  W599g. 

Robert    Browning.     A    Woodbury-Type     Engraving     of     Robert 

Browning    from    a    photograph    by    Fradelle    in    Illustrations    to 

Browning's   Poems. 

By   Mrs.   F.   W.   H.   Myers.     Bookman   3:391-92:July    1896.       ■ 

By  T.  F.  Watts,  R.  A.    Bookman  12:474:Jan.  1901.  ^ 

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The    Confessions    of   a   Browning   Lover.    The   Abingdon    Press, 

New  York  and  Cincinnati,    1918.     821.88  Rpc. 
POWELL.  THOMAS 

The  Living  Authors  of  England.    Robert  Browning  71-85,  Eliza- 
beth  Barrett  Browning    137-152     Be   P886. 
PRANG  &  CO..  L. 

Saul  with  drawings  by  Frank  O.   Small.    Boston,    1890. 
PREACHERS.  SOME  GREAT  NINETEENTH  CENTURY 

See  Gillies.     821.88  Rxl. 
PRE-RAPHAELITE  BROTHERHOOD,  THE: A  FIGHT  FOR  ART 

By  W.  Holman  Hunt.    Contemporary  Review  98:2:702:725. 
PRE-RAPHAELITE  BROTHERHOOD,  MORE  OF  THE 

By  Edith  Kellog  Dunton.    Dial   41  :444-446:Dec.    16,   1906. 
PRE-RAPHAELITE,  BURNE-JONES  AND  THE 

By  Cecil   Fairfield   Lovell.    Chautauquan  46: 69-72: March    1907. 
PRE-RAPHAELITISM 

By    W.    Holman    Hunt.     Edinburgh    Review    203: 450-470: April 

1906. 
PRE-RAPHAELITISM  AND  ITS  LITERARY  RELATIONS 

By  Benjamin   Brawley.    South  Atlantic  Quarterly   15:77-78: Jan. 

1916. 
PRESENT  CONDITIONS  OF  LITERARY  PRODUCTIONS 

By  Paul  Shorey.    Atlantic  Monthly  78: 156- 168: Aug.   1896. 
PRESENT  EBB-TIDE  OF  ENGLISH  LITERATURE,  THE 

By  E^WJird  Dice^.    Literary  Digest  21 :69;July  21,  1900. 


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BROWNINGIANA  323 

PRESIDENT  ROOSEVELT  AS  A  READER 

Century   69:95 1-954: April    1905. 
PRESTON,  HARRIET  WATERS 

Mattherv   Arnold  as  a  Poet.    Atlantic   Monthly   53:641 -650: May 

1884. 
■  Robert  and  Elizabeth  Brorx>nmg.    Atlantic  83:81 2-826: June  1899. 

Jacques  Jasmin.    Atlantic   Monthly  37:34-42: Jan.   1876. 
PRESTON.  MARGARET  J. 

Origin   of    Two  Popular  Poems.    Independent   43:1265. 

Personalities   of  Robert   Browning.    Independent   Nov.    19,    1891. 

Clippings  33^ 

Prospexit.     Homage    to    Robert    Browning,    Aleph    Tanner    100 

821.88  Xht. 
PRICE.  WARWICK  JAMES 

Browning  and  Slang.    Nation   100:142:Feb.   1915. 
PRIDHAM.  M.  R. 

Browning's  Heroines.    Notes  to  the  Pocket  Volume  of  Selections 

from    the    Poems    of    Robert   Browning    59-65.     By    Alex    Hill. 

821.88   Dhn. 
PRIMER  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

By  Edward  Berdoe.     821.88  B8855bp. 

By  Esther  Phoebe  Defries.     821.88  Fbp. 

By  F.   Mary  Wilson.     821.88  Dwp. 
PRIMITIAE 

By  the  Students  of   Alexandra   College.    Robert   Browning   as  a 

Preacher    (a    fragment)     1-37.     Printed    for    private    circulation. 

Dublin:   Hodges.  Foster  &  Co..   1871.     824.8  A3 79. 
PRIMITIVE  METHODIST  QUARTERLY  REVIEW  AND  CHRIS- 
TIAN AMBASSADOR,  THE 

Brownings   Attitude    With  Regard   to  Art.    By  A.  C.   R.    467- 

481: July    1890     821.88  Lba. 
PRINCE  HOHENSTIEL-SCHWANGAU 

Sa\>iour  of  Society.    By  Robert  Browning.    Smith,  Elder  &  Co., 

London,    1871.     (The   Right   of   Translation    is    reserved.)     First 

Edition.     821.88  Hphl. 

By  Charles   H.   Herford.    London   Browning   Society   Papers  8: 

133-145    821.88  Dbs  Pt.  8. 

By  Joseph  King.  Jr.    London   Browning  Society   Papers   1 1  :349- 

362    821.88  Dbs  Pt.  11. 

Saviour  of  Societ]?.   Athenaeum  2304:827-828:Dec.  23.  1871. 
PRINCE,  JOHN  T. 

•   Higher   Uses   of  the  Imagination.    New   Church   Review    12:376- 

385:  July   1905. 
PRINCETON,   LECTURES,   LECTURES,   DR.   EDWARD   DOW- 
DENS 

Briefs  on  New  Books.    Dial  23: 74: Aug.   1,  1897. 
PRINCETON  REVIEW 

Classics   and    College.     By    B.    L.    Gildersleeve.     108:67 -95: July 

1878. 
PRINT  OF  KAULBACH'S  PAINTING  OF  THE  PIED  PIPER  OF 

HAMELIN 

By  H.  Kaulbach.    Frank  Leslie's   44:157. 
PRINTED  LETTERS  BY  BROWNING 

The  Browning  Society^  Papers  12:101      821.88  Dbs. 
PRIORY  MAGAZINE 

Browning  and  Meredith.    By  Editor.    1  : 27-30: Aug.  1903     821.88 

Dpm. 


324  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

PROFESSIONAL  POETRY 

Atlantic   Monthly   55:561 -566: April    1885. 
PROGRAM 

The  Boston  Browning  Society  1898-99.   Pictures  of  French  Life  iri 

Browning.    Poet  Lore    10:3:429-430. 

The  Boston  Browning  Society   for   1901-1902.    Poet  Lore   13:3: 

437-439. 

The  Boston  Browning  Society  for   1902-1903.    Poet  Lore   14:1: 

115-117. 

The  Boston  Browning  Society.    Poet  Lore   14:4:102-103.  m\ 

The  Browning  Society  of  the  New  Century  Club  1890-1891.   Poet* 

Lore  2:7:379-84. 

The  Browning  Society  Friday,  June  30,  1882.    University  College, 

Gower  Street,  W.  C.   Browning  Society  Papers  5:135-137     821.88 

Dbs. 

The   Browning   Society's  Second  Annual   Entertainment,   Univer- 
sity College,  London,  Friday  Evening,  June  29,   1883.    Browning 

Society  Papers  5:139-141      821.88  Dbs. 

The  Browning  Society's  Third  Annual  Entertainment  to  be  given 

University   College,   Gower  Street,  on   Friday  Evening,   June   27, 

1884.    Browning  Society  Papers   5:143-153     821.88  Dbs. 

The  Browning  Society's  Fourth  Annual  Entertainment  to  be  given 

at  The  Princes'  Hall,  Piccadilly,  on  Friday  Evening,  November 

28,    1884.     Browning    Society    Papers    7   Appendix :  1  - 1 6     821.88 

Dbs. 

Chautauquan  62:41 3  :May  1911.  ' 

For  the  New  York  Centenary  Celebration.    See  Addresses  122-3 

821.88  Vnya. 

London  Browning  Society  5:  Abstract  135-153. 

London  Browning  Society  8  Abstract  163-4.     821.88  Dbs  Pt.  8. 

Robert   Browning's  Poetr}).    Outline   Studies.     Published   for   the 

Chicago  Browning  Society.     821.88  Vch. 

See  New  York  Browning  Society. 

For  Browning's   Birthday,   May   7.    C.   L.   S.   C.   Round  Table. 

A  Return  to  Robert  Browning.   The  Unity  Club  of  The  Unitarian 

Church,  Rochester,  N.  Y.,  1906-07. 

See   The  Centenar})   Year  BooJ^  of  the  Boston  Browning  Society 

for   1912.     821.88  Vb. 

See  Woman's  Club.  Waco,   1916-1917.     821.88  Zww. 

See  under  Porter,  Charlotte,  and  Helen  A.  Clarke. 

London  Browning  Society,  Appendix.     821.88  Dbs  Pt.  7. 

See  The  Wednesday  Club,  Versailles,  Ky.    Tennyson  and  Brown- 
ing 1909-1910,   1910-1911     821.88  Zvc. 

See  Woman. 

Suggested.     By    Miss    Gertrude    Chamberlin.     Emerson    College 

Magazine  20:3: 132- 134: Jan.   1912. 
PROGRESS  AND  POETRY 

By  Gerald  Stanley  Lee.   Literary  Digest  43:24: 1099: Dec.  9,  1911. 
PROMETHEUS  AGAIN  IN  DRAMA 

Literary  Digest  30: 70: Jan.  24,   1905. 

PROMETHEUS  MYTH  IN  POETRY,  A  SKETCH  OF  THE 

By  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  4:3:135-44. 
PROPAGANDA  FOR  POETRY,  A 

By  Ferris  Greenslet.    Poet  Lore   11:1:41-54. 
PROPHECY  AND  POETRY 

Studies  in  Isaiah  and  Browning.    The  Bohlen  Lectures  for  |909. 

By  Arthur  Rogers.    821.88  Rrp. 


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BROWNINGIANA  325 

Same.  Review.     By   Rev.   Arthur   Rogers.    Independent    68:705; 

March  31.  1910. 
PROPHET  AND  HIS  BRIDE  QUERY,  THE 

By  A.  S.  Cook.    Poet  Lore  3:5:288. 
PROPHETIC  POWER  OF  POETRY 

By  J.  C.  Shairp.    (Eraser's.)    Littell's  Living  Age   148:259-267 
PROSE  LIFE  OF  STRAFFORD 

With  an  Introduction  by  C.  H.  Firth,  M.  A.,  Oxon,  and  Fore- 

words  by  F.  J.  Furnivall,  M.  A.,  Hon.  Dr.  Phil.    Published  for 

the  Browning  Society  by  Kegan   Paul,  Trench,  Trubner  &  Co^ 

London,  1892.     82188  Hsf. 
PROSE  WORK  OF  PERCY  BYSSHE  SHELLEY,  THE 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh   164:42-72: July   1886. 
PROSPECTS  OF  ENGLISH  POETRY 

By  Geo.  Saintsbury.    Independent  56:432-5 :Feb.  25,    1904. 
PROSPEXIT 

By   Margaret   J.   Preston.    Homage   to   Robert   Browning,   Aleph 

Tanner   100     821.88  Xht. 

PROSPICE 

By  Robert  Browning.    Current  Opinion  33:462;  Emerson  College 

Magazine  20:3: 161 -162: Jan.    1912;    Literary  World  20:26:480; 

Dec.  21,  1889. 

Current  Literature  33:462:Oct.   1902. 

First  Printed  in  Atlantic   13:694. 

By  Robert  Browning.    The  Sixth  Reader  of  the  Popular  Series. 

By  Marcius  WiUson.    518-519. 

Translated  into   Japanese   by   Bin   Uyeda.     Kaicho    On    121-125 

821.88  Xku. 

See  Music. 
PROSPICE,  BROWNING'S  CHALLENGE  TO  DEATH 

By  B.  O.  Flowers.    Twentieth  Century  2:59-61  :April  1910. 

PROTHERO,  G.  W. 

Life  and  Letters  of  Leslie  Stephen.    (19th  Cent.)    Littell's  Living 

Age  253:598-607. 

Same.  Nineteenth  Century  61  :61 8-628: April  1907. 

PROVENCE.  PEARL 

Life    Without  Literature   Is   Death.    Baylor   Literary    12:126-28: 
Dec.  1903. 

PROWETT,  C.  G. 

Drorvning's  Lost  Leader.    Notes  and  Queries  292: April  11,  1874. 

PSYCHICAL  RESEARCH  AND  A  KNOWLEDGE  OF  THE  FU- 
TURE LIFE 
By  W.  H.  M.     New  Church  Review  7:598-603:1900. 

PSYCHOLOGICAL  INDEX 

16:191  :July  1910.    Browning  2155.    Index  to  Authors. 

PSYCHOLOGY,  LITERARY  STUDIES  IN 

By  Vernon  Lee.    Contemporary  Review  85: 386-392: March  1904. 

PUBLIC    LIBRARY    BULLETIN    CALLED    THE    BROWNING 

NUMBER 

Fitchburg   (Mass.)   Public  Library.    Library  Journal  31:345: July 

1906. 
PUBLIC  SPEAKING  AND  DRAMATICS  IN  HIGH  SCHOOLS 

By  J.  Milnor  Dorey.    Education  Magazine  34:3 1-38: Sept.  1913- 

June  1914. 


326  BAYLOR  UNIVERSITY 

PUER  PARVULUS 

(Reference  to  Mrs.  Browning.)    By  Evelyn  Masteningo  Caesaresco. 

Contemporary  Review  77:1 17- 123: Jan.   1900. 
PUNCH 

Literary  Help.    Littell's  Living  Age  261:122-123. 
PURPORT  OF  BROWNING'S  AND  WHITMAN'S  DEMOCRACY. 

THE 

By  I.  N.   Cog.    Poet   Lore   7:11:556-566. 
PURSUIT  OF  HAPPINESS.  THE 

Poet  Lore  5:11:582-585. 
PUTNAM'S  MAGAZINE 

Talks   With   Tennyson.    By   Elizabeth  R.   Chapman.    7:546-552; 

Feb.   1910. 
PUTNAM'S  MONTHLY 

Robert  Browning.    7:40:372-381 : April  1856. 

The  Earl"^   Victorians.    By  George  S.  Street.    l:178:Feb.   1853. 
PYKE  RAFFORD 

Memorable  Love  Letters.    Cosmopolitan  37:253-261. 


Q.  K. 

A  Fen,  Parodists.   New  Republic  10:128:317-318:April  14.  1917. 
QUARITCH,  BERNARD 

Catalogue  of  Rare  and   Valuable  BooJ^s,  including  a  Selection  of 

Books   from  the  Library  of   the  Late   R.   W.   Barrett   Browning, 

consisting  chiefly  of  books  associated  with  his  parents.  Robert  and 

Elizabeth  Barrett  Browning.    Catalogue  326.   Also  Catalogue  344. 

821.88  Agu. 
QUARTERLY  BOOK  REVIEW 

The  Ring  and  the  Book.    212-213  :Dec.   1897. 
QUARTERLY  PAPER  OF  THE  BENEDICTIVE  COMMUNITY 

OF  THE  ISLE  OF  CALDEY.  THE 

42:Dec.   1914    821.88  Bwa. 
QUARTERLY  REVIEW 

Robert  Broivning.    Littell's   Living  Age   185:666-681. 

Thomas  Carl^le.    Littell's   Living  Age    113:666-683. 

Dramatis  Personae.    Robert  Browning's   Poems.     1 18:77-105 :July 

1865    821.88  Dqv. 

English  Vers  de  Societe.    Littell's  Living  Age   122:707-720. 

George  Meredith.    By  Percy  Lubbock.    Littell's  Living  Age  264: 

515-526. 

The  Novel  in  The  Ring  and  the  Book-   By  Henry  James.    Littell's 

Living  Age  274:451-463. 

The  Poetry  of  Robert  Bridges.    By  John  Bailey.    Littell's  Living 

Age  278:515-529. 

The  Poetry  of  Robert  Broivning.    By  Percy  Lubbock.    433:437- 

457:Oct.  1912    821.88  Dlak. 

The  Poetry  of  the  De   Veres.    Littell's  Living  Age  210:67-85. 

The  Ring  and  the  Book-    Reviewed.    I  :212-213  :Dec.   1897. 

State  of  English  Poetry.    Littell's  Living  Age    119:131-152. 
QUAYLE.  W.  A. 

The  Poet's  Poet  and  Other  Essays.    Contains:    The  Poet's  Poet 

7-38;   The  Jer»  in  Fiction  167-200;    The  Ring  and  the  Book  292- 

325;  Shylock  andsDavid  as  Interpreters  of  Life  326-351. 


BROWNINGIANA  327 

QUEEN'S  DIAMOND  JUBILEE,  THE 

By  H.  D.  Traill.    Fortnightly  Review  67:825-838  June  1897. 
QUERIES  AND  ANSWERS 

Poet  Lore  3:2:101-103;  3:3:159-162. 

Brorvmng  Slud\f  Hints.    Poet  Lore  3:10:521-588;  3:11:637. 
QUERIES,  BROWNING 

By  Albert  S.  Cooke.    Poet  Lore  2:12:654. 

By  George  W.  Cooke.    Poet  Lore  2:11:591. 

By  A.  L.  Townsend.    Poet  Lore  3:8&9:488. 
QUERY.  A  BROWNING 

By  Alfred  Forman.    Athenaeum  3749: 232: Sept.  2,   1889. 
QUERY,  BROWNING 

By  E.  S.  F.    Poet  Lore  2:4:199. 
QUERY  AND  ANSWER  ON  BROWNING  SCIENTIFIC  ALLU- 
SIONS 

By  George  A.  Koenig.    Poet  Lore  2:3:137-38. 
QUERY  ANSWERED,  THE 

By  C.    Poet  Lore  1:5:49-50. 

By  C.  B.  Stockton.    Poet  Lore  3:2:101-102. 
QUERY  ON  THE  RING  AND  THE  BOOK 

American  Notes  and  Queries   1 : 7:80: June   16,   1888. 
QUERY  (ON  SORDELLO) 

Poet  Lore  1:9:432. 
QUESTION  OF  GREATNESS  IN  LITERATURE.  THE 

By  W.  P.  Trent.    Literary  Digest  24: 865 -866: June  28,  1902. 
QUESTIONS,  SCHOLARSHIP  COMPETITION 

Atlanta  5:712:Sept.   1888.     821.88  Xbm. 
QUIET  HOUR  AT  EMERSON  COLLEGE,  THE 

Emerson  College  Magazine  151  :Jan.  1912. 
QUILLER-COUCH,  ARTHUR 

Sivinhurne.    Edinburgh  Review  226:249-268: April  1917. 
QUIETER,  HARRY  AND  MARY 

See  Pied  Piper  of  Hamelin,     821.88  Hppq. 
QUOTATIONS  FROM  GREAT  THINKERS  CONCERNING  VIVI- 

SECTION 

Letter  to  Miss  Cobbe  from  Browning.    1     821.88  Xqv. 


R 

RABAN  OR  LIFE  SPLINTERS 

By  W.  C.  Smith.    Athenaeum  2788:454-455: April  2.  1881. 
RABBI  BEN  EZRA 

By  G.  D.  Boyle.   Notes  to  the  Pocket  Volume  of  Selections  from 

the  Poems  of  Robert  Browning  86-88.    By  Alex  Hill.     821.88 

Dhn. 

Browning  Study   Programme:   A    Croup   of   Religious   Poems — 

Caliban  Upon  Setebos,  Cleon,  Rabbi  Ben  Ezra,  A  Death  in  the 

Desert.    By  Charlotte  Porter  and  Helen  A.   Clarke.    Poet  Lore 

10:103-113. 

By  B.  O.  Flower.   Arena  40:334-341  :Ocl.  1908. 
RABBI  BEN  EZRA  AND  OTHER  POEMS 

821.88  Htbp. 

By  Robert  Browning.     With  illustrations  by   Bernard   Partridge. 

Hoddcr  &  Sloughton.     821.88  Hrbp. 


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RABBI  BEN  EZRA,  BROWNING'S 

A  Dramatic  Monologue.  6  vo.  half  vellum.  Printed  by  hand  at 
the  Village  Press,  Hingland,  Mass.  By  Fred  and  Bertha  Goudy. 
Frontispiece  and  Decorations  designed  and  cut  on  wood  by  Will 
Dwiggins.  One  hundred  and  seventy-three  copies.  Printed  Nov. 
1904:No,  24. 

Omar  and  the  Rabbi.  Fitzgerald's  Translation  of  the  Rubaiy^at  of 
Omar  Kha]f}fam  and  Browning's  Rabbi  Ben  Ezra,  arranged  in 
dramatic  form  by  Frederick  LeRoy  Sargent.  Cambridge,  1911. 
821.88  Hrba. 

By  L.  M.  Sidney.    Lessons  From  Browning.     821.88  Dslb. 
Three  Magazines  containing  1,  2  and  3.   Translated  and  interpreted 
by  Takeshi  Saito,  in  Japanese.     821.88  Hrbs. 

A   Centenar})   Soliloqu}).    By  Percy  Mackaye.    Outlook   100:906- 

12: April  27.  1912    821.88  Xmb. 

Same.  Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner  28-36     821.88 

Xht. 

RABBI  BEN  EZRA,  REMARKS  ON  SOME  PASSAGES  IN 
By  H.  L.  Wayland.    Poet  Lore  1:2:57-63. 

RADFORD,  ERNEST  W. 

Illustrations  to  Browning's  Poems  1   and  2. 

The  Moorish  Front   to   the  Duomo  in  Luria.    Browning  Society 

Papers  2:251-252     821.88  Dbs. 

The  Original  of  Ned  Bratts.   Dramatic  Id^ls.    (Series  I)   109-143 

1879.    Browning  Society  Papers  2:253-254     821.88  Dbs. 

RAIN,  THOMAS 

Browning  for  Beginners.     821.88  Drb. 

R.  A.  K. 

Signa  Severa.    The  Finch  and  the  Robin  50. 

RALEIGH,  W.  A. 

On  Some  Prominent  Points  of  Browning's  Teaching.  Browning 
Society  Papers  5:477-488     821.88  Dbs. 

Prologue.  (A  Poem.)  A  Souvenir  of  the  Performance  of  Brown- 
ing's Tragedy  A  Blot  in  the  'Scutcheon.  Manchester  Theatre, 
March  27,  1893.    821.88  Hbs. 

RAMBLER.  THE,|  CATHOLIC  JOURNAL  AND  REVIEW 
Browning's  Men  and  Women.   Jan.  1856. 

RANDALL.  J.  HERMAN. 

The  Influence.    Centenar})  Addresses  110-115     821.88  Vnya. 

RANKIN,  T.  E. 

The  Modern  Short  Stor^:  Its  Nature  and  Origin.  Poet  Lore  17: 
1:100. 

RARITIES,  BROWNING 

Poet  Lore  6:264-268. 

Forster's  Life  of  Strafford.    (Is  it  Forster's  or  Browning's?)    By 

W.  G.  Kingsland.    Poet  Lore  6:555-559. 

RAT  CATCHER  OF  HAMELIN,  THE 

By  Gustav  Hartwig.    Eclectic  Magazine   1 19:759-760: Dec.   1892. 

By  Gustav  Hartwig.    Translated  by  T.   Martin.    (Blackwood's.) 

Littell's  Living  Age   195:639-640. 
RATIONALE  OF  THE  SHORT  STORY  ACCORDING  TO  POE, 

THE 

By  J.  P.  Fruit.    Poet  Lore  16:1  :57-65. 


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BROWNINGIANA  329 

RAWNSLEY,  H.  D.  -alt 

At  Browning's  Crave.    Homage  to  Robert  Bror»ning,  Aleph  Tan- 
ner 117    821.88  Xhi. 

Same.  Browning  Centenary   14-18     821.88  Bkc. 
Same.  By  W.  G.  Kingsland.    Browning  Centenary  12-14     821.88 
Bkc.     - 

Take  Home   Her   Heart.    Homage    to   Robert  Drorvning,  Aleph 
Tanner  90    821.88  Xht. 

The  Poefs  Home  Going.    Homage   to  Robert  Dron>ning,  Aleph 
Tanner  108-110     821.88  Xht. 

Valete,    Tenny^son    and    Other   Memorial    Poems    99-100     821.8 
R261. 

READING  FROM  AURORA  LEIGH 

By  Elizabeth   B.  Browning.    Chautauquan  60: 124: Sept.    1910. 

READING  IN  BED,  AS  TO 

Editorial.    Literaiy   Digest   28:112:Jan.   23,    1904. 
READING  LIST  OF  BROWNING 

Library  Journal  24: 177: April  1899.   In  Worcester  Public  Library. 
READING  LIST  ON  THE  BROWNING  BULLETIN  OF 

The  Salem  Public  Library  Jan.  1897     821.88  Asl. 
READING  OF  THE  COLONIAL  GIRL.  THE 

By   Constance    A.    Barnicoat.     Nineteenth    Century    60:939-950: 

Dec.  1906. 
READING  OF  THE  MODERN  GIRL,  THE 

By  Florence  B.  Low.    Nineteenth  Century  59:278-287: Feb.  1906. 
READING  OF  BOOKS  NOWADAYS,  THE 

By  George  P.   Brett.    Atlantic  Monthly   1 14:620-626: Jan.    1916. 
REAL   FACTS   IN    REGARD   TO   FITZGERALD   AND   OMAR 

KHAYYAM, THE 

Current  Opinion  46:508-510:May   1909. 
REAL  HAMLET  AND  THE  HAMLET  OLDEST  OF  ALL,  THE 

Poet  Lore   16:4:110-130. 
REAL  SIGNIFICANCE  OF  THE  PARLIAMENT  OF  RELIGIONS, 

THE 

By  Max  Mueller.    Arena   ll:3-14:Dec.   1894. 
REALISM  AND  REALITY  IN  FICTION 

By  William  Lyon  Phelps.    Century  85:867-868: April  1913. 
REALISM  IN  THE  19th  CENTURY  ENGLISH  FICTION 

By  Emily  Dixson.    Baylor  Literary  1 8:3-7 :Feb.  1914. 
REALISTIC  DRAMA 

By  W  .L.  Courtney.    (Fortnightly  Review.)    Littell's  Living  Age 

278:775-786. 
REALISTIC  POET.  A 

By  Phillips  Bourke  Marston.    Atlantic  Monthly  49:51 4-51 7: April 

1882. 
REALITY  IN  POETRY 

By  Laurence  Housman.    Fortnightly   Review  96:1 1 18-1 121  :Nov. 

191 1  ;  also  Littell's  Living  Age  272:204-214. 
REASONABLE  RHYTHM  OF  SOME  OF  BROWNING'S  POEMS. 

THE 

By  H.  J.  Bulkeley.    Browning  Society  Papers  8:119-131      821.88 

Dbs. 
REASONS  FOR  BEING  A  LIBERAL 

By  Professor  Francis  N.  Thorpe.    Poet  Lore  2:3:150-152. 
RECENT  AMERICAN  POETRY 

Nation  34:150:Feb.   1882. 


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:  March  1898. 


Poet  Lore  4:5:276- 


RECENT  AMERICAN  VERSE 

By   Wm.   Stanley   Braithwaite.     Poet 

Poet  Lore  8:2:95-99;    8:6:370-374; 
RECENT  BOOKS  ON  TENNYSON 

By  C.   Poet  Lore  5:12:630-635. 
RECENT  BRITISH  POETRY 

Nation  65:459-461  :Dec.  1897;  66:208-211 
RECENT  BRITISH  VERSE,  SOME 

By  P.    Poet  Lore  5:8&9:459-469. 
RECENT  BROWNING  BOOKS 

By  Charlotte  Porter  and  Helen  A.  Clarke 

283. 
RECENT  COMPILATIONS   OF   POETRY 

Nation  69 :433:Dec.  1899. 
RECENT  ENGLISH  POETRY 

By  M.  D.  Armstrong.    Fortnightly  Review  101 :499:  March  1914 

Atlantic  51:840: June   1883. 

Nation   48:1245:389-90:May  9.    1899. 
RECENT  GIFTS  FROM  DR.  FRANK  W.  GUNSAULUS 

(Notice  of  gift  of  bust  of  Pompilia  and  two  books  from  Browning 

library.)     Ohio    Wesleyan   Alumni   Quarterly   3:2:Jan.    1920. 

RECENT  LITERATURE 

Atlantic  Monthly  27:392-400:  March  1871;  29:61 9-630:  May 
1872;  32:102-n8:July  1873;  33:368-376:March  1874;  68:842- 
846:Dec.  1891. 

RECENT  POETRY 

Current  Opinion  49:568. 

Editorial.    Atlantic  Monthly  37:1 12-121  :Jan.   1876;   38:747-752: 

Dec.  1876;  39:624-637:May  1877;  43: 405 -41 4: March  1879;  44: 

551-559:Oct.  1879. 

By  Henry  Morley.    Nineteenth  Century  2:692-712;  4:528-542. 

By    French    Kingsley.     Budridge    &    Clough.     Eclectic    Magazine 

20:166-177. 

Nation    32:98-99:Feb.     1881;     35:469-71  :Nov.     1882;     36:470: 

1883;  37:337:1883;  38:549:1884;  39:527:1884;  40:503-5:1885; 

41:541:1885;;  42:449:1886;  44:298-99:1887;  51:422-424:1891; 

58:432-434:1894;    79:120:Aug.   1904;    81:506-08:Dec.   1905. 

RECENT  POETRY  REFERENCE 

Current  Opinion  45:572;  46:452;  47:102. 

RECENT  STUDIES  IN  LITERATURE 

By  Editor.    Outlook  64:594:March   10.   1900. 

RECENT  TEXT  BOOKS  OF  ENGLISH  LITERATURE 
By  Editor.    Outlook  48:359: Aug.   1893. 

RECENT  TRIBUTE  TO  LONGFELLOW 

By  W.  P.  Trent.    Forum  38:557 :ApriI  1907. 

RECENT  VERSE 

84:200:Feb.  1907. 

RECENT  VOLUMES  OF  VERSE 
Nation  100:706:June  1915. 

RECOLLECTIONS  OF  ALCOTT,  WHITTIER  AND  BROWNING 

By  M.   S.  Porter.     Bc81    P846r. 
RECOLLECTIONS  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING 

By   Moncure   D.  Conway.    Nation  50:27-30:1890. 

Literary  World  21  :2:25-26:Jan.  18,  1890. 


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RECOLLECTIONS  OF  BROWNING  IN  VENICE 

By  Katherine  De  Kay  Bronson.    Century  63: 572-584: Feb.   1902. 

Current  Opinion  32:338-341. 

Review  of   Reviews  32:338-341. 
RECOLLECTIONS  OF  THE  BROWNINGS 

By   Harriet   G.   Hosmer.    In  Two   Parts.    Part   1    Youth's   Com- 
panion 74:32:388: Aug.  9,   1900;   Part  2  Youth's  Companion  74: 

46:599-600:Nov.  15.  1900. 
RECOLLECTIONS  OF  COVENTRY  PATMORE 

By   R.   Garnett.     (Saturday  Review.)     Littell's   Living  Age  212: 

61-64. 
RECORDS  OF  TENNYSON,  RUSKIN  AND  BROWNING 

By  Anne  Ritchie.    Athenaeum  3389:477-478:Oct.  8.  1892. 
RECREATIONS  OF  A  PRODUCTIVE  SCHOLAR 

By   Theodore   Roosevelt.    Outlook    102:750-752. 
RED  COTTON  NIGHT-CAP  COUNTRY 

Or    Turf  and    Towe.rs.    By   Robert    Browning.     London:    Smith. 

Elder  &  Co.,  15  Waterloo  Place,  1873.    (The  Right  of  Transla- 
tion is  reserved.)    First  Edition.     821.88  Hrcl. 

Athenaeum  2376:593-594: May    10,    1873. 

Editorial.   Atlantic  32: 11 4-11 5 :July  1873. 

By  A.  Orr.    Contemporary  Review  22:87- 106: June  1873. 

By  R.  E.  T.    Penn  Monthly  4:45:657-661  :Sept.   1873. 
RED  LETTER  DAYS  OF  MY  LIFE 

By  Mrs.  Andrew  Crosse.    John  Kenton  and  His  Friends   1  : 1 22- 

186;    The   Wedded  Poets  1:225-280.     (2  volumes)      B  C951rl. 
REED,  HELEN  LEAH 

Aristophanes'  Philosophy  of  Poetry  According  to  BroT»ning.    Poet 

Lore  5:5:237-247. 

Browning's  Pictures  of  Chivalry^.    Poet  Lore  11:4:588-601. 
REES.  R.  WILKINS 

Glimpses  of  Rusl^in.    Eclectic  Magazine   141  :421-434:Oct.    1903. 
REFERENCE  TO  BOOK  TRANSCRIBED  BY  BROWNING 

Books  of  the  Month.    Fortnightly  Review  28: 730: Nov.  1877. 
REFORMER  OF  MEDICINE.  THE 

By  Edward  Berdoe.    123     821.88  Dbm. 
REGARD  FOR  SHAKESPEARE 

Poet  Lore  2:2:108-109. 
REID,  ANDREW 

IVh^  I  Am  a  Liberal.    Robert  Browning  11     329.942  R353. 
REID,  DONALD  N. 

Reminiscences  of  a  Behar  Planter.    Gentlemen's.    Littell's  Living 

Age  208:632-638. 
REID,  MARY  J. 

A  Glance  at  Some  of  Stedman's  Wor^.    Literary  Digest   10:341- 

342:  Jan.  19,  1895. 
RELATION  OF  DRAMA  TO  LITERATURE 

By  Brander  Matthews.    Forum  24:635,  638,  639: Jan.   1898. 
RELATION  OF  MUSIC  TO  POETRY,  THE 

By  Alfred   Hayes.    Atlantic  Monthly    1 13:59-69: Jan.    1914. 

RELATION  OF  NATURE  TO  MAN  IN  BROWNING.  THE 
By  Francis  H.  WiUiams.    Poet  Lore  4:5:238-243. 

RELIGION 

Browning  and  Tennyson  as  Spiritual  Forces.    By  C.  C.  Everett. 

(Typewritten)     821.88  Rtb. 

Browning's  Message  to  His   Time,  His  Religion,  Philosophy^  and 


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Science.    By  Edward  Berdoe.     821.88  Dbm. 

The   Creal    Tn>in   Brethren:    Tennyson   and   Bromning.    English 

Literature  in  Account  With  Religion  1800-1900.    9:349-393.    By 

Edward  M.  Chapman.     (Typewritten)     821.88  Ret. 

See  Henry  Jones,  Weatherford. 
RELIGION,  BROWNINGS 

By  Rev.   A.  T.   Bannister      Homiletic  Review   39:210-21 6  :Sept. 

1900. 
RELIGION.  EVOLUTION  OF 

As  suggested  in  Browning V  Poems.    By  Emma  L.  Hellings.    Poet 

Lore  17:2:113-117. 

Guidance  From  Browning  in  Matters  of  Faith.    By  John  A.  Hut- 
ton.     821.88  Rhg. 
RELIGION  IN  LITERATURE 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  207:1 78-202  :Jan.   1908. 
RELIGION  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING,  THE 

By  J.  B.   McLaughlin.    The  Ampleforth  Journal  2:1 :48-62:Oct. 

1903. 
RELIGION  OF  BROWNING'S  POETRY 

By  W.  G.  Kingsland.    Poet  Lore  6:5:277. 

By  Rev.  M.  J.  Savage.    Arena  9: 273 -285: Feb.  1894. 

See  Poet  Lore   10:103. 
RELIGION  OF  OUR  LITERATURE 

Essays  Upon  Thomas  Carl})le,  Robert  Bron>ning,  Alfred  TennXf- 

son,  etc.    By   George   McCrie.    Robert  Brorvning  69-109     820.4 

Ml  32. 
RELIGION.  PHILOSOPHY  AND 

A  series  of   addresses,  essays  and  sermons   designed  to  set   forth 

great  truths  in  popular  form.   By  Augustus  Hopkins  Strong,  D.  D. 

Autographed  copy.     204  S923  C.  2. 
RELIGIOUS  EDUCAllON 

Children's  Reading  as  a  Help  in  Training  Character.    By  Ella  L. 

Cabot.    11:210:  April   1910. 

Credit  for  Religion.    By  Vernon  P.  Squire.    ll:513:Dec.  1910. 
RELIGIOUS  INFLUENCE  OF  RUDYARD  KIPLING 

By  Rev.  J.  T.  Sunderland.    Literary  Digest  19:258-259: Aug.  26, 

1899. 
RELIGIOUS  OPINIONS  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING,  THE 

By  Mrs.  Sutherland  Orr.    Contemporary  Review  60:876-891  :Dec. 

1891;  Littell's  Living  Age  192:365-374:Feb.  6,  1892. 
RELIGIOUS  POEMS 

Bron>ning   Stud})    Programme:    A    Croup    of   Religious   Poems — 

Caliban  Upon  Sttebos,  Cleon,  Rabbi  Ben  Ezra,  A  Death  in  the 

Desert.    By  Charlotte   Porter  and  Helen  A.  Clarke.    Poet  Lore 
10:1:103-113. 
RELIGIOUS  SPIRIT  IN  THE  POETS,  THE 

By    W.    Boyd    Carpenter.     Robert    Browning    202-247     821.04 

C297. 
RELIGIOUS   TEACHER,   BROWNING  AS   A 

By  George  Willis  Cooke.    Poet  Lore  2:6:333-336. 

By  R.  H.  Hutton.   Littell's  Living  Age  184:4:660-665: March  15, 
1890. 
RELIGIOUS  TEACHINGS  OF  AESCHYLUS,  THE 

By  Mary  Blauvelt.    Poet  Lore  4:8&9:415-425. 

RELIGIOUS  TEACHING  OF  BROWNING.  THE 

By   Dorothea   Beale.    Browning  Studies   76-91.    Edittsv.   by   Ed- 
ward B.rdoe.     821.88  Vlbs. 


BROWNINGIANA  333 

By  Dorothea  Beale.    Browning  Society  Papers  3:323-338     821.88 

Dbs. 

Literary  Studies.    By  Dorothea  Beale.    82-107     804  B3661«. 
RELIGIOUS  THOUGHT,  MODERN 

The  Stud})  Class.    By  Anna  Benneson  McMahan.    206-207     807 

M167. 
RELIGIOUS  WORLD.  THE 

In  Memory  of  the  Brorvnings.    By  Editor.    Outlook  55:191  :Jan. 

9.    1897. 

Memorial  to  Mrs.  Bromning,  A.    By  Editor.   Outlook  57:443:Oct. 

16,  1897. 
RELPH.  MARTIN  .    ,  . 

Mr.  Browning's  Dramatic  Id^ls.    Contemporary   Review  35:289: 

May  1879. 
REMARKS 

By  C  DeB.  Mills.    Memorial  Meeting  of  the  S\fracuse  Broivning 

Club  79-90    821.88  Bsy. 
REMARKS  ON  READING 

Century  70:154-155:May  1905. 
REMINISCENCES  AND  REFLECTIONS 

By  G.  D.  Boyle.    Note  to  the  Pocket  Volume  of  Selections  from 

the  Poems  of  Robert  Browning  121-140.    By  Alex  Hill.     821.88 

Dhn. 
REMINISCENCES  OF  A  BEHAR  PLANTER 

By  Donald  N.  Reid.     (Gentlemen's.)     Liltell's  Living  Age  208: 

632-638. 
REMINISCENCES  OF  AN  ENGLISH  TEACHER 

By  Henry  E.  Bourne.    Dial  49:232-3. 
REMINISCENCES  OF  BROWNING 

By  John  Skelton.   In  Table  TalJ^  of  Shirley.   Blackwoods  fit  Sons, 

Edinburgh  and  London,    1895.     824.8  F942t. 

REMINISCENCES  OF  LORD  BATH 

By  Malcolm  MacColl.    (Contemporary  Review.)     Littell's  Living 

Age  210:44-54. 
REMINISCENCES  OF  THOMAS  CARLYLE 

Brorvning  and  Coleridge.    By  Sir  C.  Gavan  Duffy,  K.  C.  M.  G. 

Eclectic  Magazine   1 18:326-331  : March   1892. 
REMINISCENCES  OF  WM.  MACREADY 

By  Editor.    Edinburgh  Review  141  :21 6-232: Jan.   1875. 
REMINISCENCES  OF  PROFESSOR  SOPHOCLES 

Atlantic  Monthly  67: 779-788: June  1891. 
REMINISCENT 

By  William  G.  Kingsland.    In  manuscript. 
REMY  DE  GOURMONT 

By  Richard  Aldington.    Arena  6:167-183. 
RENAISSANCE  DE  LA  POESIE  ANGLAISE,  LA 

1798-1889.    Par  Gabriel   Sarrazin.    Robert  Browning   197-232. 
RENAISSANCE  PICTURES  IN  BROWNING'S  POETRY 

By  Richard  Burton.    See  Literar})  Likings  150-171      821.88  Gbb. 

By  Richard  Burton.    Poet  Lore  10:1:66-76. 
RENAISSANCE  WONDER  IN  ENGLISH  POETRY,  THE 

By   Theodore   Watts   Dunton.    Literary   Digest   28:698:  May    14, 

1904. 
RENAUD,  EMILIANO 

See  Music. 
RENOLDS.  P.  R. 

A  Letter  From  Browning  About  In  a  Balcony.    Independent  43: 

1746-49. 


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REPETITION  AND  PARALLELISM  IN  ENGLISH  VERSE 

Poet  Lore  7 :8&9: 458-459. 
REPORT  OF  THE  CIVIC  COMMITTEE 

By  Kate  Cassatt  MacKnight.    Annals<  of  American  Academy  28: 

293-296:  June   1906. 
REPPLIER.  AGNES 

Curiosil^  of  Criticism.   Atlantic  Monthly  59:3 14-323:  March  1887. 

Deca^  of  Sentiment.    Atlantic  Monthly  60:67-76: July   1887. 

English  Lo\>e  Songs.   Atlantic  Monthly  65:23-33: Jan.  1890. 

Fiction  in  the  Pulpit.    Atlantic  Monthly  64: 527-536  :Oct.   1889. 

Pleasure:  A  Heresy.    Atlantic  Monthly  67:393-402: March   1891. 

Some  Aspects  of  Pessimism.    Atlantic  Monthly  60: 756-766  :Dec. 

1887. 
REPUTATIONS,  SOME  RECONSIDERED 

Editorial.     Literary    Digest    18:248-249: March   4,    1899. 
R.  E.  T. 

Red  Cotton  Night-Cap  Country^.    Reviewed  in  Penn  Monthly  4: 

45:657-661  :Sept.  1873. 
RETICENCE  IN  LITERATURE 

By  Arthur  Waugh.    For  numerous  references  see  under  Brol»ning 

in   Index.     824.9   W354. 
RETROSPECTS 

By  William  Knight.    Robert  Browning  69-102. 
RETURN  OF  ROBERT  BROWNING,  A 

The    Unity   Club   of   The   Unitarian    Church,   Rochester,    N.   Y., 

1906-1907.    Programs,  Etc. 
RETURN  OF  THE  DRUSES 

Athenaeum  81 8:608-609: July  1,  1843. 

By  Gamaliel  Bradford,  Jr.    Boston  Browning  Society  Pajjers  268- 

288    821.88  Vbp. 

In  Lyric  Form.   A  Libretto  for  Presentation  of  the  Play  in  Mono- 
logue.   By  Charlotte  Porter.    Poet  Lore   16:1:23-28. 

See  Lips  of  Music.    By  Charlotte  Porter.     81 1    P8441. 

By  Vida  D.  Scudder.    Poet  Lore  1:10:458-459. 

Stage    Version    of    Browning's    Tragedy.     By    Charlotte    Porter. 

821.88  Hrdp. 
REVELL,  WILLIAM  E. 

BroJvning's  Criticism   of  Life.     821.88  Drc. 

Same.   (Review.)     Independent  44 :2 : 1 452  :Oct.    13,   1892. 

Browning's  Poems  on  Cod  and  Immortalit\f  as  Bearing  on  Life 

Here.    Browning  Society  Papers  4:435-454     821.88  Dbs. 

Browning's   Views  of  Life.    Abstract  of  Address.    Browning  So- 
ciety Papers  10:197-1 99     82 1 .88  Dbs. 

A   Grammarian's  Funeral.    Notes  to  the  Pocket  Volume  of  Selec- 
tions from  the  Poems  of  Robert  Browning  30-37.    By  Alex  Hill. 

821.88  Dhn. 

The   Value  of  Browning's   WorJf.    Browning  Society   Papers    12: 

64-81     821.88  Dbs. 

Same.  Read  at  the  Seventy-fifth  Meeting  of  the  Browning  Society, 

Friday,  May  30,  1890.    (Typewritten)     821.88  Dvr. 

REVIEW  AND  EXPOSITOR 

Music,  Madness  and  the  Master.    A  Study  of   Saul.    By   M.  L. 

Mertens.    Jan.   1918. 
REVIEW,  THE  ENGLISH 

Edited  by  Austin  Harrison.    Robert  Browning.    By  Darrell  Figgis. 

i3ft-254;May  1912.    821.88  Drf. 


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REVIEW  OF  ENGLISH  PROSODY  FROM  12th  CENTURY  TO 

PRESENT  DAY 

By  George  Saintsbury.    Edinburgh  Review  213:1-31  :Jan.  1911. 
REVIEW  OF  REVIEWS 

Browning  and  the  Larger  Public.    (3  divisions.)     15:184-192. 

BroVfning   as  a   Chapel-Coer.    A   review  of  a  Chapel   talk  with 

Browning.    A  Talk  with  the  Rev.  Edward  White  in  Young  Man. 

17:461 -463:  April  1898. 

Editorial  on  Cushman's  Article  in  Poet  Lore,  French  Enthusiasm. 

20:466:Oct.  1899. 

Review  of   Mrs.  Bronson's  Recollection  of  Browning  in    Venice. 

Cornhill  Magazine  20:353-354. 

The  World's  Most  Wonderful  Love  Stor^.    (From  the  Edinburgh 

Review.)     19:734:  June  1899. 
REVIEWS  AND  BOOK  NOTICES 

By  Edwin  Fay.    American  Journal  of  Philology  6:31:89. 
REVIEWS  AND  LITERARY  NOTICES 

Atlantic  Monthly  26:1 15-1 28: July   1870;    14:642-648:Nov.  1864. 

Ring    and   the   Book-     Editorial.     Atlantic    Monthly   23:256-264: 

Feb.   1869. 
REVIEWS  AND  NOTES 

Poet  Lore  14:3:141-142. 
REVIEWS,  ENGLISH  QUARTERLY 

Editorial.    Independent  42:752. 

REVIVAL  OF  POETIC  DRAMA,  THE 

By  Edmund  Gosse.    Atlantic  Monthly  90: 156-66: Aug.   1902. 

By  Brander  Matthews.   Atlantic  Monthly  101  :21 9-224: Feb.  1908. 
REVOLUTION    IN    RELIGIOUS    THOUGHTS    DURING    THE 

NINETEENTH  CENTURY 

By  B.  O.  Flower.    Arena  26:598-61 1  :Dec.   1901. 

REVUE  DE  PARIS,  LA 

Menage  de  Poetes.  By  Mary  James  Darmesteter.  295-31 7  :Sept. 
15,  1898;  788-8I7:Oct.  15,  1898    821.88  Bmd. 

REVUE  DES  DEUX  MONDES 

July  15,  1851.  Vol.  11.  Twenty-first  year.  New  Period.  (La 
Poesie  Anglaise  Depuis  B^ron.)  Elizabeth  Browning.  By  J. 
Edmund  Reade,  Henri  Taylor  par  M.  J.  Milsand.  Robert  Brown- 
ing 2:661 -689 :July  15,  1851;  Elizabeth  Browning  2:3:339-361: 
Jan.  15.  1852    821.8  M661. 

REYNOLDS.  MYRA 

Edited  for  School  Use.  Selections  from  the  Poems  and  Play»  of 
Robert  Browning.     821.88  Gle. 

Material  From  English  Literature  of  the  International  Sunda}^ 
School  Lessons.  Biblical  World  1 1  :49-52:Jan.  1898;  127-130: 
Feb.  1898;  203-207:  March  1898;  257-259 : April  1898. 

REZZONICO  PALACE,  THE 

By  Arthur  Upson.    Homage  to  Robert  Browning,  Aleph  Tanner 

105    821.88  Xht. 

By  Arthur  W.  Upson.    Collected  Poems   1  :244. 

REZZONICO,  PALAZZO 

Walls  Etched  Monthl:^  Jan.   1921.    Contains  an  etching  of  Pa- 
lazzo Rezzonico  and  a  note  from  a  diary  by  Jane  Wall.     821.88. 
By  Frank  Brangwyn.    Painted.    Century  85:445:Jan.   1913. 
In  Pallazzo  Rezzonico    Venice.    On  page  87  Sabbath  Songs  and 
Soimeis  and  Bi^-Wa^  Ballads,  by  Jeaaie  Motmqo. 


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RHYME,  BROWNING'S  MASTERY  OF 

By  W.  J.  Rolfe.    Poet  Lore  5:5:258-266. 

RHYMES  IN  BROWNING,  A  STUDY  OF 

By  Elizabeth  Clarke.    Poet  Lore  2:9:480-86. 

RHYS.  ERNEST  _ 

A  Tribute  to  Sn>inburne.  Nineteenth  Century  65:965-979: June 
1909. 

RICCARDI  PALACES,  BROWNING  AND